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Four areas where providers can dramatically improve care management

Value-based care is fundamentally altering the nature of health care in the United States. Care delivery is transitioning from an episodic, somewhat reactive model into a more proactive health management approach. More and more often, provider organizations are accepting a per-member-per-month budget to manage the health of a population, and their incentives revolve around maximizing […]
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Perspectives from provider organizations transitioning to value-based care models

Organizations across the country are transitioning to value-based systems of care delivery and reimbursement at different speeds and with varying objectives. With the first half of 2015 bringing many major announcements from both commercial payers and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the push toward value-based models seemed to have become the preferred […]
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Is your organization data rich but insight poor?

The good news: more than 80 percent of doctors have electronic health records (EHRs) and more than 90 percent of hospitals have EHRs. The not-so-good news: 30 percent of hospitals use a data mining or a warehousing tool, while 80 percent of EHR data is unstructured. There‚Äôs lots of data available, but what insights are […]
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