By Dr. Kevin Keck – Healthcare organizations are looking to tap into the potential value of social determinants of health (SDoH) data. Using this data, companies can identify previously unaddressed gaps in care, the most effective communication channels, and…Read More
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By John Pagliuca – Outcomes-based contracts make plenty of sense, as they are designed to get organizations to work toward common goals. Consider the following publicly disclosed outcomes-based contract terms and it’s easy to see how…
This is our ongoing reporting on how AI is being integrated into healthcare technology. We are seeking out the thought leaders and innovations that are moving the needle forward which include AI & Machine Learning at HIMSS19, SCIO Health Analytics, Change Healthcare, and Perception Health.
By David Hom – Brokers and consultants often are left to rely on the same set of data (over and over again) when trying to enable clients to improve members’ health as their own financial health. As a result, consultants often find themselves frustrated when they can’t move the needle toward better results.
By David Hom – Employers of all kinds, particularly those who have a high percentage of employees with chronic conditions, often struggle to determine which health benefits will support their efforts to maintain a healthy workforce.
By Bob Abrahamson – Good chefs often keep adding ingredients into a recipe to go from merely edible to appetizing to scrumptious and beyond. Healthcare organizations can do the same when it comes to getting the most out of data.
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By John Pagliuca – It takes seeing things in a different light to break out of a rut. So, oftentimes when a teacher, a friend, a business partner, a relative, or even a stranger provides that one piece of much needed insight, the proverbial light bulb goes off.
By Eileen Cianciolo – As value-based care takes hold in the healthcare industry, organizations can no longer churn out services without understanding their patients, the risk that they bring to the table — and, perhaps most importantly, what needs to be done to improve outcomes.