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Four steps to population health management: Step three — Invest in in-home intervention

In our last blog, we discussed the importance of helping patients make seamless transitions to their homes or another care facility following their stay in the hospital. Through care management programs supported by data analytics, providers can identify and help patients who need a little extra help — and prevent costly re-admissions. The next step […]
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Four steps to population health management: Step two — Manage care transitions

In our last blog, on “Four Steps to population health management“, we discussed the first step of population health management (PHM), optimizing management of your physician referral network. By using data analytics, you can get a snapshot of which specialists are providing the highest-quality care at the lowest cost. But there is another area that […]
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Four steps to population health management: Step one — optimize network management

In our last blog, we talked about what it takes — a combination of claims and clinical data — to lay a solid foundation for population health management, or PHM. Now let’s take a look at the four steps of PHM, starting with the first step, optimizing network management. Value-based organizations should consider the referral […]
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Information transparency is vital to population health management, yet difficult to achieve

You’d think providing up-to-date, relevant information to physicians in your accountable care organization (ACO) would be easy. Share files, email data, and voila! Transparency! But it’s not that simple. Data transparency is critical for population health management (PHM) success; without it, physicians won’t trust data that shows sub-optimal care patterns or outlier behavior. Transparency requires […]
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