Tag Archives: transparency

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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Changing reimbursement models requires changes to physician compensation models – the value of unblinded performance metrics

In my final blog related to changing reimbursement models requiring changes to physician compensation models, I want to identify the value of sharing unblinded information once physicians have approved, digested and absorbed the compensation model. Many of the organizations I have talked to find unblinded incentives to be a very powerful tool. However, you need […]
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Changing reimbursement models requires changes to physician compensation models – 5 fundamental pillars

As noted in my previous blog, “Changing Reimbursement Models Requires Changes to Physician Compensation Models – The Basics,” as provider organizations move to risk-bearing contracts they need to answer key questions in the areas of goals, governance and physician engagement. There are five pillars provider organizations need to build a strong value-based physician compensation model […]
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