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Everything you need to power population health management.
Everything you need to power population health management.

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Why most of the current analytics fail in this complex multi-dimensional world of population health management?

One of the biggest frustrations for executives at health plans and providers participating in risk contracts or value-based contracts is the realization that high quality scores do not always translate to better outcomes or lower per-member-per-month costs. Learn where most of the current analytics fails to address this issue and how AI driven predictive model can help: https://goo.gl/aga4bd
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Why typical actuarial and claims-based risk models don’t portray the complete picture for any patient?

Utilization based risk scores are not enough for patient stratification. Typical actuarial and claims-based risk models don’t portrays the complete picture for any patient. When you combine claims with EMR, health risk assessments, and social determinants you can more accurately predict future costs and outcomes. Learn how clinical and non-clinical risk models together can help your organization: https://goo.gl/6NA6fV
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Why High Quality Scores Don’t Always Translate to PMPM Reduction?

One of the biggest frustrations for executives at health plans and providers participating in risk contracts or value-based contracts is the realization that high quality scores do not always translate to better outcomes or lower per-member-per-month costs.
Learn why: https://goo.gl/aga4bd
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How predictive analytics can be used to shape a high-touch, proactive Oncology Care Model?
Watch the on demand webcast to uncover the Hidden Savings Opportunities of your Oncology care management program: https://goo.gl/aKLQ1N
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How the emerging provider-driven, practice-based PHM programs open up many exciting opportunities?

The emerging provider-driven, practice-based PHM programs build upon the physician-patient relationship and demand greater accountability to outcomes by both. Learn how this strengthened relationship, coupled with the changes in payment models make the PHM programs very promising in the mission to bend the healthcare cost curve: https://goo.gl/TQwruh
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Population Health Management Myth: Is Predictive analytics only for “Grown-Ups”

Predictive analytics is appropriate and vital for any value-based care organization regardless of size and age. Keeping your population healthy and bending the cost curve starts with being able to proactively predict the patients that you should focus resources on.
Learn more: https://goo.gl/j8oTTr
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In which population health program you should invest for the highest and quickest ROI?

Not all population health programs are created equal. So question arises which program is best to follow and invest for highest and quickest ROI.
Learn more: https://goo.gl/tfp9Us
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Is HIE or EDW prerequisite for any Population Health Management program?

Enterprise data warehouses and health information exchanges are not required to have accurate data. Combining disparate sources of data using an adaptive ETL process is just as effective and ensures that your data is also actionable.
Learn more: https://goo.gl/8yZ4Yn
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Do cost goals and quality goals contradict in achieving Population Health Management goal?

We keep hearing about ACOs, health plans and health systems meeting quality measures but missing the cost target. Or meeting cost targets but missing quality measures like STAR, HEDIS, and GPRO goals. Learn how to Aligning Cost and Quality Goals to drive their PHM Program: https://goo.gl/KHlA9h
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Utilization based risk scores are enough for Patient Stratification?

Typical actuarial and claims-based risk models don’t paint the whole picture for any patient. When you combine claims with EMR, health risk assessments, and social determinants you can more accurately predict future costs and outcomes.
Learn more: https://goo.gl/6NA6fV
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