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The journey to value: Taking the first value-based steps with population health management-Part 2

In the previous Journey to Value post, we discussed the usefulness of population health management (PHM) as a bridge between the volume and value worlds. This final post in the Journey to Value series discusses another program necessity as organizations journey to value: comprehensive data and sophisticated analytics. The fuel for the value-based care is […]
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The journey to value: Taking the first value-based steps with population health management-Part 1

In our previous Journey to Value post, we suggested four elements that organizations should consider as they as they determine their roadmap for value-based care. With a roadmap that accounts for market needs, financial impacts, provider network strategies and aligned incentives, organizations are ready to program the milestones around which they will convert to value-based […]
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Using advanced analytics to improve quality and cost for COPD patients

Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, represent a huge chunk of the nation’s health care costs. In 2010, COPD-related costs totaled $49.9 billion, including $29.5 billion in direct health care expenditures, $8 billion in indirect morbidity costs and $12.4 billion in indirect mortality costs. It is a major cause of hospitalizations in the […]
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