Tag Archives: clinical analytics

Evaluating data’s impact on sepsis care

The previous post introduced Saint Thomas Health’s efforts to use data to reduce sepsis mortality within its patient population. This post will discuss some of the results of the organization’s efforts. Getting information into the hands of doctors and nurses treating potentially septic patients is key. As important is the collection and analysis of vast […]
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Podcast: Applying analytics to optimize care coordination programs

In the ever-evolving world of health care, clinical analytics are a key capability clinics and hospitals need to have as they shift from providing care to managing health. Analytics help provider organizations find opportunities among their attributed populations that are actionable, predictable and preventable. In this edition of the Health Care Dialogue podcast, Kristin Landry […]
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Navigating the value transformation journey: Data and analytics to provide actionable information

In a value-based reimbursement setting, your most important technology assets may be your data. That’s because data, coupled with the right analytics capabilities, can help you focus on the patients and the conditions that have the most potential for cost savings and care quality improvement. And isn’t savings and care improvement what this “value transformation […]
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Navigating the value transformation journey: Managing population health yields cost and quality improvement

The premise of value-based contracting is that by changing incentives, health care organizations will help unhealthy people get healthy and healthy people stay that way. The change most value-based organizations are undertaking that stands to make the most difference in the health of patients is population health management (PHM). Population health management is a proactive, […]
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