Tag Archives: clinical risk

Identify six focus areas to manage business model changes

Providers can better manage enterprise-wide care transitions by addressing six key focus areas. As provider organizations map their strategy for transitioning into a value-based care organization, they may find they need to redefine their whole business model. It’s a big undertaking. Providers can make it more manageable by breaking the work into six categories. Physician […]
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Provider executives share insights on the evolution of population health

How can you adapt to population health? If you’re a health care provider, such a question can’t be answered in a sentence or a paragraph—or even an entire article. But providers who are undergoing a fee-for-service to fee-for-value transformation have offered some insight into how and why they’re evolving to become excellent at managing the […]
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Consumer behavioral segmentation – the next frontier in population health stratification

In my previous blogs I have outlined the need for providers to develop customer relationship management and patient relationship management capabilities but a fundamental requirement for success is the ability to segment the consumer and patient. Currently, providers are focused on segmenting patients based on their predictive clinical risk. The challenge to only leveraging predictive […]
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Population health stratification – thinking beyond the standard clinical risk segments

In my previous blogs I have outlined the need for providers to develop customer relationship management and patient relationship management capabilities which includes understanding the consumer’s perspective on health and the healthcare system. Currently providers are focused on understanding an individual’s clinical risk profile but it is important to integrate an individual’s attitude and activation […]
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