In our prior blog Top 3 Challenges to Adoption of Predictive Analytics Projects in Value-based Care we debunked the myth that the best predictive models should have hundreds of input variables. Instead, a predictive model should utilize a few key
The healthcare industry is successfully transitioning to value-based care, even while the fate of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) remains unclear. This is according to a recent McKesson study that shows both payers and providers making profits from value-based care.
A recent study from the New England Journal of Medicine stated healthcare executives and administrators see population health as the future of healthcare. However, that message is not being effectively communicated to the doctors and clinicians who interact with patients.According
The purpose for your population health program is to keep members healthy and prevent the onset and advancement of disease. Historically, programs have been disjointed because providers, employers and communities execute isolated efforts, with no collaboration or communication between them.
It is now fairly common knowledge that Care Management (CM) programs have had mixed success in reducing the Per Member Per Month (PMPM) cost for a population. There are many publications that site case studies and compile savings and ROI