Tag Archives: Optum One

Analytics are key to engaging providers in the process of change

As health care groups continue to grow larger, it becomes increasingly difficult for information to flow from the health care providers to the central office and vice versa. I have seen this happen to a number of health care organizations that were rapidly adding new practices and personnel. How does a growing organization keep the […]
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Florida Medical Clinic scores new contracts after using analytics

In the move from fee-for-service to value-based health care a number of organizations are missing the target. I have seen several very good health care groups miss out on substantial value-based contracts because they could not take on the risks. The solution is to manage the risks through the utilization of analytics. Florida Medical Clinic, […]
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Sentara Medical Group puts improved predictive modeling into action

In a recent post, we discussed usability factors in predictive analytics. Today’s final post in the predictive analytics series will discuss an example of a provider that has used prediction to inform its population health management program. Predicting hospitalizations helps Sentara practice proactive care. Sentara Medical Group has 380 primary and specialty care physicians in […]
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Combining high-tech and high-touch with care guides

The previous blog post focused on how Minneapolis-based HealthEast applied data and analytics from Optum One to get great care management results. This final blog in the three-part series will show how care management is making a difference in patient lives. One relatively new element to care coordination that HealthEast put into practice was certified […]
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For providers, analytics pave the way for value-based care

To succeed in value-based care, providers are not only providing care but also expertly managing health across their patient population. Rather than only seeing patients who present at their office or facility, they’re being proactive by gaining deeper insight into their patients’ health and evaluating their risk. And to do it, they are amassing—and analyzing—the […]
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