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Population Health Management

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Population Risk Management
Healthcare Providers are taking on risk for the cost and quality of care delivered to their patients and need to effectively manage it for patient populations. Successful Population Health Management hinges on creating actionable patient lists from a population health pyramid. Providers ...
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Physician and patient Engagement
A successful care continuum management program hinges on an effcient ...
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Solve Population Health Challenges using Healthcare Analytics
SmartCare® is Indegene's proprietary population health data analytics and business intelligence platform. A combination ...
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Case Studies
Leveraging predictive Modeling for chronic Disease management
The client is one of the largest Medicaid Insurers in the State of New York. It has a state-wide network of more than 67,000 ...
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Videos
Provider Solutions Powered by SmartCare
SmartCare® is Indegene's proprietary population health analytics and business intelligence platform. A combination of enterprise data warehouse (EDW), exhaustive predictive analytics, and risk-modeling capabilities gives decision makers a significant competitive edge to succeed in today’s value-based care environment ...
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Webinars
Uncover Successful Strategies for Analytics-Driven Physician Alignment
This webinar will discuss the importance of engaging providers with analytics-driven performance insights in the right format, at the right place and time. Indegene has worked with over 100,000 providers and has observed several best practices in the use of data insights to drive engagement. Learn how integrated data and analytics-driven interventions help achieve greater physician alignment and drive better quality and cost outcomes. Understand best ...
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Webinars
Population Health Management: Evolving Practices and Care Models
Population Health Management (PHM) is no longer just a hot discussion topic – it is now becoming real to healthcare providers. This presentation will build upon our six-part PHM framework to highlight recent work by leading organizations facing the challenges of IT-enabled PHM. In this session ...
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Blogs
The Fate of Obamacare - Speculation Abounds
The impact of Donald Trump's election win on the US healthcare system is a matter of intense speculation. I've been sifting through scores of articles in an attempt to find the most informative ones. In this issue, I would like to share with you the best of these articles and a few insights of my own. Since I'll be providing brief excerpts from these articles, I hope you will follow the links to read them in their entirety ...
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PHM Strategies Based on Patient-Generated Health Data
Patient-generated health data (PGHD) are health-related data that are created, recorded, or gathered by or from patients (or family members/or caregivers) to help address a health concern. PGHD include health and treatment history, biometric data, symptoms, participation in wellness activities, and lifestyle choices ...
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Delving Into the ROI Equation for PHM
This edition covers the topic "Delving Into the ROI Equation for PHM." calculating the different variables in an ROI equation is difficult. Let's approach the topic by first defining the 4 important components of an ROI equation: cost of investment, return on investment, "time value of money," and pricing. We'll then provide examples and details for each component. Finally, we'll summarize the topic along with some perspectives ...
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Blogs
Six Great Data-Driven PHM Strategies
This and the forthcoming issues of the newsletter and will discuss strategies for population health management. For a healthcare organization striving to achieve healthcare's Triple Aim, understanding the diverse strategy choices is essential. There is abundant research regarding these choices ...
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Blogs
MACRA, MIPS, APMs, and HCAHPS
MACRA: The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) is a federal legislation signed into law on April 16, 2015. Its most important function is to establish how providers obtain Medicare reimbursement. There are two paths available - MIPS and APMs, which are described below ...
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Blogs
External Provider Relationships and PHM Ecosystem/Partner Selection
Studies have shown that geographic variation in spending is significantly high for post-acute care (PAC)*. Since most hospitals work with many different pac facilities each year, comparing costs and outcomes of these facilities may provide an excellent opportunity to improve outcomes while reducing costs ...
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Clinical Best Practices and Treatmenvt Gap Analysis
Clinical best practices and treatment gap analysis are connected in many ways and are the subjects of this blog. Both are linked to evidence-based medicine, which appeared during the 1990s. The positive impact of evidence-based medicine is growing as healthcare finds new ways to take advantage of the ever-increasing rate of available research data ...
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Corporate Culture Transformation and Alignment
Corporate culture transformation and alignment go hand in hand. For transformation efforts to succeed, there must be a high level of alignment among all the stakeholders. On the contrary, alignment has little value if the healthcare corporate culture is decades behind what is required to succeed in today's fee-for-value environment. This blog covers both the subjects ...
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Care Coordination and Population Stratification
Analytics that helps risk-stratify the population forms the basis for an effective clinical intervention program. However, insights alone cannot deliver better outcomes. Achieving optimal results from these interventions largely depends on the coordination of care across caregivers and administrators and requires sophisticated infrastructure. It is important to understand the nuances of care coordination and population stratification in driving your phm program ...
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Provider And Patient Engagement
Your journey to an excellent roi begins with engaging your provider and patients. Although both are equally important in delivering the desired quality and performance outcomes, selecting the right tools are paramount to your organization's success in managing population health ...
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Reasons for Embarking on a Population Health Management Initiative
We have initiated this blog to bring out essential elements that would be necessary to ensure that your Population Health Management (PHM) strategy is successfully implemented. To begin with, we introduce you to the need for a PHM initiative, followed by a brief discussion on the underlying opportunities, and finally details of the 12 key elements required for the PHM roadmap ...
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