Tag Archives: electronic medical record

Is your data organized to allow for utilization?

Even early-adopter health systems – leaders in the transition to population health management who have relied on data for some time – find it valuable to review their analytics platforms and ask, ‘what can you do for me now?’ One such system is Mercy health system – a Pioneer ACO and participant in the Physicians Group Practice demonstration […]
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3 analytics deliverables credited with ACO progress

What does it take to create an accountable care organization that meets benchmarks in care delivery and proves to be profitable? Jeff James, Chief Executive Officer at North Carolina-based Wilmington Health, says metrics and analytics allow for his group’s ACO to exist. The ACO was formed as a partnership with Blue Cross Blue Shield of […]
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Documenting diagnoses makes a difference in care quality.

An often-repeated statistic warns that 8 million Americans have diabetes and don’t know it. There are similar claims about other chronic illnesses, like hypertension and chronic heart failure. If a patient doesn’t know they are missing a diagnosis, their health care provider may not either. The white paper Accurate coding: The foundation of accountable care explains that […]
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Trusting predictive analytics

Most likely, the last time you purchased something online you were offered “recommendations” or saw what “others also liked.” The technology behind these common prompts uses predictive analytics. Your online merchant is leveraging data about your shopping and online searching behavior to predict their desired outcome — that you might buy something else! As we […]
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