Tag Archives: Population Health Analytics

Is a provider-led health plan a good fit? Evaluate 6 areas to find out

To drive down costs and improve care through value-based models, one must have a deep understanding of the population they serve. Health care providers have this knowledge. Their familiarity with the demographics, economics and general needs of their communities means some are well-positioned to launch their own provider-sponsored health plans (PSHP) and have a sense […]
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The risks and rewards of value-based contracting

In the new Optum white paper, “The speed of transformation: Preparing for the payment models of tomorrow,” we discuss the drivers that are pushing the move to value-based reimbursement. One area that will see some of the greatest — and fastest — changes is contracting with payers. Moving to fee-for-value creates significant financial risk for […]
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Lehigh Valley Health Network to discuss clinical and organizational transformation at “Hospital of Tomorrow” event

The hospital of tomorrow will do much more than provide just-in-time care for patients. It will also provide just-in-time interventions that will keep populations healthy as well as navigate the sick through their illnesses so that they can avoid a hospital admission. Leaders from the Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN), an award-winning health system in […]
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Simplifying care coordination for high-risk patients

The previous blog post in this series introduced, HealthEast, a Minneapolis health system using data and analytics to drive success in their medical home care management. This post will discuss how the system applied data and analytics to get great results. For their care coordination and reporting needs, HealthEast decided to install Optum One, a […]
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