A value-based care payment system focuses on health outcomes, rather than the quantity of services provided. It puts a heavy emphasis on the overall health of the patient.
Diabetes is a complicated condition, but data-driven interventions can prevent comorbidities and keep patients healthy.
Care management programs are critical tools for helping vulnerable populations, and data analytics are the key to measuring their success efficiency.
On-demand webinar recording | Staff shortages, physician burnout, and financial instability are key challenges healthcare organizations are facing today. Join us as we explore new approaches in data management, analytics, and automation to transform your organization in uncertain times.
Many healthcare organizations feel they must move from fee-for-service to value-based care and risk. Here's a deep-dive on what to consider.
As more healthcare organizations move toward pay for performance, there is a rising need for single care models that deliver whole person care. This results in a patient-first approach to multi-payer contracts.
From the CIO to the VP of Population Health, here's a deep dive into the arguments for and against "building" or "buying" an analytics system.
We look at the cost of care: the technology has gotten better and yet the number of people with chronic illness grows, and costs go up.
Value-based care is sweeping the healthcare industry, but what does it really mean? We’re taking you through the basics of this healthcare delivery model so that you can understand how it works, what challenges it poses, and what the future holds.
Join us for this year’s national gathering of ACOs! We can’t wait to dig deep into accountable care organizations’ current bright futures.