Tag Archives: health management

MACRA requires knowledge of qualities of “good” data

Medicare is allowing physicians and group practices to set their own course toward compliance with the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, or MACRA. But regardless of the path chosen, accurate measurement is key. That’s because the most basic level of participation requires physicians to submit data on one quality measure and one improvement activity […]
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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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Integrated approach to customer relationship management and patient relationship management

As I have discussed in previous blogs, today’s health care trends challenge hospitals and physicians to think differently about how they engage the community and consumers. With new dynamics due to health care and market reforms and the retailization of health care, providers need to strategically and systematically think about how to engage the individual […]
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