Product Consulting Team
With over 135 years of combined experience, the MedeAnalytics Product Consulting Team offers in-depth domain and product expertise to help payers and providers address their most significant analytics challenges and deliver measurable impact.
Managed care organizations that provide healthcare services to Medicare/Medicaid members are dedicated to improving the health and wellness of these underserved populations, especially those living in rural areas.
Companies tap into what people like to eat and drink, how we purchase consumables, where we like to shop, what shows we might like to stream, whether we vote, and so on. If you have ever created a profile on a streaming application (think Netflix or Amazon), you will receive recommended books, movies and other items just as soon as you start surfing.
By this point, we’ve all heard the statistic that healthcare data is growing at 36% annually. The result of this growth is that we’re all swimming in charts that, unfortunately,…
No matter the time of year, payers and providers should work to agree on a shared source of truth when it comes to data. With the recent end of the year, it’s time to celebrate the new year (who isn’t ready to say goodbye to 2020?) and close the books, which includes the reconciliation of any shared savings or losses.
November brings cooler nights, changing leaves, pumpkin spice EVERYTHING and, of course, the kickoff to HEDIS® season. Amid eating too much turkey and stuffing, many of our Healthcare Quality Assurance colleagues also are entering the HEDIS MY 2020 data submission season.
People like stories. We like to tell them. We like to read them. Enterprise analytics is the story of a healthcare organization. Just like the chapters in a book, enterprise analytics takes “readers” from the beginning to the end, from chapter to chapter without interruption.
The idea of having a crystal ball to better understand what claims will be denied is an awesome concept. But one we can’t rely on. Thankfully, we have predictive analytics to take the place of a crystal ball.
I have heard the word “unprecedented” so many times in 2020 that it has lost its significance; many of us have become desensitized to the extraordinary changes in the world this year.
Employers and their sponsored health plans are thinking about next year’s benefit designs with a significant challenge not seen before: the effect of the coronavirus pandemic. There are important considerations to take into account before making any decisions about new or existing coverage. Becky Niehus, a director of Product Consulting at MedeAnalytics, explores these new issues and what employers can do to ensure employees are “covered.”
As providers determine how to get patients to return to facilities for routine disease management and preventive screenings, opportunities are ripe for the application of analytics to triage at the right time to the right setting. Data related to COVID-19 will continue to flow rapidly, but there are possibly more questions than answers now about a return to “normal.”
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