Improve value-based care quality and population health outcomes
The rise of value-based care has inevitably spurred heightened focus on quality improvement across the healthcare ecosystem. There are two sides to this coin: measures and members. On the measures side, health plans are working to align with strict national standards and state-specific requirements (think: HEDIS, Star ratings). On the members side, payers are striving to understand their patient populations more fully and provide more timely, appropriate interventions.
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Siloed, incompatible information from EMRs, claims and other sources hinder efficient quality calculations and data submission
Unnecessary ED visits and readmissions drive up costs and decrease member satisfaction
Insufficient, unreliable data on clinical performance deters provider engagement
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