Two Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awardees Use Technology to Manage Population Health and Value-based Reimbursement

Children’s Health Alliance and Blanchard Valley Health System improve population health outcomes and lower costs with the help of Wellcentive

 ATLANTA, Georgia—March 24, 2015—Two Wellcentive clients, the Children’s Health Alliance and Blanchard Valley Health System, have been honored as winners of the annual Healthcare Informatics (HCI) Innovator Awards. Both organizations earned recognition for implementing value-based care strategies and proactively managing the health of their patient populations, using Wellcentive’s comprehensive technology and service solutions. The HCI Innovator Awards Program recognizes healthcare leadership teams who have effectively employed information technology to make a difference in their organizations and in the industry at large.

Children’s Health Alliance (CHA)—a not-for-profit association of more than 100 independent primary care pediatricians in Oregon and southwest Washington—was named the co-second place winning team. CHA has pioneered a pediatric-focused population health management (PHM) approach, representing a new frontier in an industry that lacks well-developed evidence-based protocols for pediatric care. The CHA team has achieved significant results to date, including dramatic improvements in asthma care and proactive care management, driven by a unique model for stratifying pediatric patients by risk based on both clinical and social factors.

CHA has also developed a broad range of pediatric-specific protocols and quality measures. The group is collaborating with Wellcentive to incorporate alerts, guidelines and measures into a comprehensive approach to value based care that will help pediatric care teams manage the health of their patients accurately and efficiently.

HCI recognized Blanchard Valley Health System in Findlay, Ohio, as an award semifinalist for teaming up with a large manufacturer to tackle the healthcare value challenge. Blanchard and the local employer established a patient-centered medical home initiative—enabled by Wellcentive’s PHM solution—to get more value from providers and to encourage employees to better manage their health. Serving more than 4,000 employees, the medical home is driving better management of high-risk and high-cost patients, including an increase in preventive care compliance and a drop in unnecessary ER utilization ─ driving a documented return of $2.44 for every dollar invested in the program.

“Blanchard Valley Health System and Children’s Health Alliance are two excellent examples of provider organizations transforming the process of healthcare in this country, driving measurable improvement in the quality, cost and proactive management of health for their customers,” said Tom Zajac, CEO of Wellcentive. “We congratulate them on this recognition and are honored to support their groundbreaking achievements.”

Leaders of these teams, along with the other award winners, will be recognized at the Healthcare Informatics Innovator Awards and Leading Edge Awards Reception to be held 6:30 to 10 p.m. Central April 13 in Chicago at the annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems (HIMSS) Conference.

About Wellcentive
Wellcentive’s solutions are built from the ground up to help our customers improve quality, optimize revenue, and transform the healthcare process. Our value-driven population health management solution combines our more than 10years of population health management (PHM) experience with highly scalable cloud-based technology and transformative services to deliver clinical, financial and human outcomes for providers, health organizations, payers and employers. Wellcentive has gained recognition as a leader in population health management in reports by IDC Health, KLAS and Chilmark. We aggregate over one billion data points per month from more than 3,000 interfaces, improving outcomes for over 30 million lives. Visit www.wellcentive.com; follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook; or call 877-213-8456 to learn more.

The Physician Alliance Expands Rollout of Wellcentive Solution to Improve Quality, Earn Value Based Care Incentives from Payers

Technology-enabled population health management maximized physician group’s pay-for-performance reimbursement

ATLANTA, Georgia—March 23, 2015—To enable its physicians to participate successfully in quality programs and risk-based contracts, The Physician Alliance, a group of more than 2,100 primary care and specialty physicians in southeast Michigan, has expanded its partnership with Wellcentive, the industry leader in end-to-end population health management solutions. Under the new agreement, The Physician Alliance will increase the number of physicians using the Wellcentive solution, roll out care management technology to empower care teams and adopt the company’s services for managing data quality.

Expanded use of Wellcentive’s population health management solution is a critical component of The Physician Alliance’s strategy for managing risk as the healthcare industry transitions to a value-based care delivery model. The physician organization has already experienced success using the Wellcentive solution to participate in Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan’s Physician Group Incentive Program (PGIP). The group’s physicians received the maximum pay-for-performance reimbursement under the program in both 2013 and 2014.

“We formed our organization with the express intent of creating a high-performing network of physicians who could work together to transform the care delivery model and participate more easily in value-based contracts with payers,” said Michael Madden, CEO and president of The Physician Alliance. “Wellcentive has already proven its value in helping us achieve value-based reimbursement. We are confident that we have the technology foundation in place to manage an increasing number of payer-led initiatives.”

“Our enhanced partnership with The Physician Alliance will empower physicians and staff to serve their patient population more efficiently and effectively,” said Tom Zajac, Wellcentive’s CEO. “Over the past few years, we have worked with the physician organization to optimize pay-for-performance success. We are honored to continue supporting them in managing an increasingly complex array of value-based contracts and to prepare for the rapid shift where physicians take on significant risk.”

Wellcentive’s platform enables healthcare organizations to aggregate data from all modalities of care, standardize best practices for managing care and continuously improve clinical and financial outcomes. Wellcentive’s care management solution, which The Physician Alliance will now incorporate into its existing Wellcentive solution suite, will help physician practices manage complex cases, support transitions of care, and empower nurses and providers with insights and workflow to drive optimal population health.

The new agreement also includes Wellcentive’s services for monitoring and improving data quality. Critical to accurately directing care processes, Wellcentive will monitor the physician group’s data to structure and ensure a complete longitudinal view of information that is consistent, accurate and actionable for physicians.

About The Physician Alliance
The Physician Alliance, LLC (TPA) is one of the largest physician organizations in Michigan. TPA works to establish a high performing network of physicians committed to evolving the care model strategy while remaining consistent with the principles of the Patient Centered Medical Home. Serving more than 2,100 physicians, TPA supports members through contracting and collaboration with third party payers, educational services, networking opportunities, discount product programs, public advocacy and collaboration with other stakeholders in Michigan healthcare. Membership is open to any board certified or board eligible physician with hospital staff privileges at an accredited acute care hospital. For more information and to join TPA, please visit www.thephysicianalliance.org or call (586) 498.3555.

About Wellcentive
Built from the ground up to help customers improve clinical, financial and human outcomes, Wellcentive’s population health management technology is cloud-based, scalable, and customized to meet the needs of providers, health organizations and payers. Wellcentive’s technology, insight and services help care teams measure and report performance and implement actionable workflow to drive value-based reimbursement and the transition from volume to value. Wellcentive has gained recognition as a leader in population health management in reports recently released by IDC Health, KLAS and Chilmark. Wellcentive aggregates data from more than 3,000 interfaces, and its solutions improve outcomes for over 30 million lives. Visit www.wellcentive.com; follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook; or call 877-213-8456 to learn more.

Children’s Health Alliance Presents “Pediatrics Population Health Management in Action” at IHI’s 16th Annual International Summit

ATLANTA, Georgia – March 13, 2015

PRESENTATION TIME/PLACE:
Tuesday, March 17, 9:30-10:45 a.m. CT, Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention, Dallas. Click here.

WHAT:
The Children’s Health Alliance (CHA) will present a detailed overview of its pediatrics population health collaboration among 100 private practice pediatricians in Oregon and southwest Washington that improves delivery of office based pediatric care management and population health management. These practices identified child/family needs to segment 81,000 children over a two-year period.  Their insights will be shared at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI) 16th Annual International Summit on Improving Patient Care in the Office Practice and the Community. CHA is a client partner of Wellcentive, the industry leader in end-to-end population health management solutions and services.

CHA’s Drs. Jay Rosenbloom and Albert Chaffin, both practicing pediatricians, will describe how the initiative expanded from a homegrown asthma care management program to a full-fledged population health management approach that engages community partners. The program included a pediatrics needs assessment and segmentation tool, common language and approach to pediatrics population segmenting, and an asthma registry along with meaningful measures and other tools. Findings from this pioneering work in pediatrics population health management can help organizations:

  • Enable physicians to segment patient panels based on level of support needed from the care team
  • Deploy core competencies and operational approaches, including how to identify, prioritize and track patients needing care management
  • Demonstrate methods to engage providers through shared learning and rapid-cycle development and implementation
  • Use meaningful pediatric care measures and analytics to sustain quality patient care coordination

WHY:
Children are experiencing chronic illnesses such as asthma, obesity and ADHD at record rates, a serious U.S. health concern that cannot be dealt with only at the individual level of care. By contrast, population health management offers enhanced approaches to make a meaningful reduction in these rates – especially when providers and their care teams are equipped with practical and actionable tools and analytics capabilities. The CHA presenters will offer valuable information about their approach and tools for proactive office-based care management and measures for care for their entire population, in particular children and youth with special health care needs.

INTERVIEW OPPTYS:
Jay Rosenbloom, M.D., Chair of Population Health Management, Children’s Health Alliance
Albert Chaffin, M.D., Medical Director, Children’s Health Alliance

Wellcentive Celebrates 10th Anniversary as Pioneer in Population Health Management Solutions

A decade of expertise qualifies Wellcentive to help providers meet the federal government’s aggressive timeline for the shift to value-based healthcare

ATLANTA, Georgia—February 24, 2015

Wellcentive, the industry leader in end-to-end population health management, celebrates its 10-year anniversary this month as a pioneer in delivering solutions that optimize value-based care delivery and reimbursement. Wellcentive credits its longevity to its singular focus on transforming population health, its outstanding and collaborative team of clinical, technology and service experts, and its partnership with its customers.

“I am proud to lead a company that has so accurately anticipated the needs of care teams and health systems to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of patient care,” said Tom Zajac, Wellcentive’s CEO. “Our company was a pioneer in developing solutions that enable quality improvement, revenue management, and process transformation throughout the continuum of care, and we will continue to provide that level of innovation for healthcare providers and their patients. We owe our success to our leaders, our employees and our loyal clients who believed in our vision of helping patients achieve life-long health.”

Wellcentive was founded in 2005 by practicing internal medicine physician, Paul Taylor, M.D., and healthcare technologist, Mason Beard.  Frustrated by the difficulty of managing pay-for-performance (P4P) initiatives and regulatory reporting using spreadsheets and other manual techniques, Dr. Taylor teamed with Beard to create solutions to help physician practices not only streamline their participation in P4P programs but also improve the quality of the care they provide.

“Compared to a decade ago, the number of value-based initiatives that providers have to juggle and the amount of risk they are being asked to assume is astounding,” said Dr. Taylor, who still practices medicine while serving as Wellcentive’s chief medical information officer. “Physician organizations need a solution that enables efficient management of multiple concurrent quality programs with varying objectives and outcomes of interest, and then helps them proactively take action to improve the care of the patients they serve.”

Given the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)’s recently announced ambitious timeline, providers can no longer ignore the industry’s shift to value-based reimbursement.  Any provider with a Medicare population must be prepared for value-based purchasing within the next three years.  HHS announced its intention that 90 percent of traditional fee-for-service Medicare payments will be tied to quality driven, value-based reimbursement models by 2018.

“It has been extremely rewarding to witness the impact Wellcentive has made in the market and to help drive the success of this impressive team and company,” said Mason Beard, Wellcentive’s chief product officer. “We have grown to the point where we have providers in all 50 states and Puerto Rico who are using Wellcentive solutions to proactively manage the care for over 30 million people leveraging data received using over 3,000 interfaces exchanging data at a rate of more than 1.3 billion data points per month.  We’ve come a long way, and I am very proud of our team.”

Wellcentive’s solutions currently help physician organizations and health systems nationwide participate in accountable care organizations (ACOs), patient centered medical homes (PCMHs), PQRS, DSRIP and other value-based incentive programs. Providers use Wellcentive to improve chronic and preventive care, decrease readmission rates, better engage patients and physicians, institute nurse navigator programs to monitor high-risk patients, and manage multiple value-based contracts with employers and insurers.

The company has distinguished itself as a trailblazer in helping customers realize tangible results through population health management and value based care processes. In industry analyst KLAS’s latest report on population health management, 89 percent of Wellcentive’s clients claimed that they “realized tangible benefits” through the use of the company’s solutions.

About Wellcentive
Built from the ground up to help customers improve clinical, financial and human outcomes, Wellcentive’s population health management technology is cloud-based, scalable, and customized to meet the needs of providers, health organizations and payers. Wellcentive’s technology, insight and services help care teams measure and report performance and implement actionable workflow to drive value-based reimbursement and the transition from volume to value. Wellcentive has gained recognition as a leader in population health management in reports recently released by IDC Health, KLAS and Chilmark. Wellcentive aggregates data from more than 3,000 interfaces, and its solutions improve outcomes for over 30 million lives. Visit www.wellcentive.com; follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook; or call 877-213-8456 to learn more.

Wellcentive to Support Clients in New CMS Initiative that Promotes and Incentivizes Care Management

CMS launches new payment for chronic care management in 2015

ATLANTA, Georgia—January 21, 2015— On January 1, 2015, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will start paying physicians for delivering care management to their Medicare patients with two or more chronic conditions. For their efforts, eligible providers will be reimbursed at approximately $40 per patient per month – or up to $238,000 per provider per year.

Wellcentive, an industry leader in end-to-end population health management solutions, has the comprehensive care management tools to help healthcare organizations succeed with this valuable initiative. Wellcentive provides tools that not only track patient outreach efforts and all other non face-to-face services, but also integrates them all within a single, actionable patient record.

“Most health systems have a variety of EHRs in play, which makes it challenging to even identify patients that fit the criteria of this initiative,” said Tom Zajac, Wellcentive’s CEO. “Wellcentive’s enterprise-wide solution enables organizations to leverage the entire patient database, delivering a comprehensive view for providers to be able to improve clinical outcomes – the ultimate goal of CCM.”

The biggest change from previous Chronic Care Management (CCM) billing requirements is the renewed focus on patient collaboration and care coordination that comprise non face-to-face time. CMS created the new CPT code, (99490), to reimburse providers for doing what they likely already do – spend 20 minutes per month on non face-to-face care for patients.

“Though the new policy is not restricted to primary care physicians, the move toward care management in this population represents a profound shift in recognizing and rewarding high quality, coordinated care at the primary care level,” added Zajac, “This is because PCPs have the best ability to coordinate care across the continuum and spend much of their time doing so already.”

Data from CMS shows that in 2010, 63 percent of Medicare beneficiaries between 65 to 74 years had two or more chronic conditions.[1] The same year, Medicare spending totaled over $300 billion and increased significantly as the rate of chronic conditions increased.

With the high cost of Medicare spending and its large-scale impact on the U.S. healthcare system as a whole, investing in care management efforts in this population makes sense.

The strength of Wellcentive’s solutions for population health management has been recognized extensively in the last year by prominent industry analysts such as IDC Health Insights, KLAS and Chilmark Research. Wellcentive empowers health systems, providers, payers, employers and other organizations to drive improved outcomes by aggregating data across the continuum of care, applying analytics to identify and risk-stratify patients, and delivering action-based workflow to manage the health of populations.

 

About Wellcentive
Built from the ground up to help customers improve clinical, financial and human outcomes, Wellcentive’s population health management technology is cloud-based, scalable, and customized to meet the needs of providers, health organizations and payers. Wellcentive’s technology, insight and services help care teams measure and report performance and implement actionable workflow to drive value-based reimbursement and the transition from volume to value. Wellcentive has gained recognition as a leader in population health management in reports recently released
by IDC Health, KLAS and Chilmark. Wellcentive aggregates data from more than 3,000 interfaces, and its solutions improve outcomes for over 30 million lives. Visit www.wellcentive.com; follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook; or call 877-213-8456 to learn more.

Wellcentive Unveils Proven DSRIP Solution to Improve Healthcare Quality and Reduce Costs for Medicaid Patients

ATLANTA, Georgia—January 13, 2015—Wellcentive, the industry leader in end-to-end population health management, today unveiled a solution package specifically designed to help healthcare organizations successfully participate with the federal government’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program. Wellcentive’s DSRIP solution enables these organizations to proactively manage and improve the performance measures on which DSRIP reimbursement is based.

Established by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), DSRIP is a new Medicaid funding (incentive) program that allows states with high uninsured and Medicaid populations to begin improving the quality of and access to care. State governments can utilize DSRIP funding to encourage providers to innovate and align Medicaid care delivery with the broader goals of healthcare reform: higher quality care, improved clinical outcomes and lower costs.

Wellcentive’s solution is currently helping healthcare organizations in New York and Texas meet DSRIP requirements for delivering and measuring quality care.

“We’ve had the privilege of working with early DSRIP participants, and that collaboration has enabled us to define the solutions and services required to meet the unique needs of the DSRIP program,” said Tom Zajac, CEO of Wellcentive. “To be successful with DSRIP, providers need to do more than just report on outcomes; they need tools to both track and improve care management and utilization. Our healthcare organizations have realized year-over-year improvements in the metrics used for DSRIP, and we look forward to helping other DSRIP organizations succeed as well.”

“Wellcentive got our solution up and running and our staff trained in record time so that we could start tackling the reporting required for transformation of care delivery,” said Sherry Wachtel, Executive Director of Clinical Research and Innovation at CHRISTUS Spohn Health System. “We are very pleased with the level of service Wellcentive has delivered and the way its solution is enabling better care delivery.”

Wellcentive enables providers to identify and engage at-risk patients, coordinate care across the continuum, close gaps in care and track how well they are managing Medicaid beneficiaries—from the individual patient all the way up to the community level. The company’s DSRIP solution includes high-impact services designated to help DSRIP organizations succeed, such as targeted data interface development, data quality services and proactive outcomes reporting.

“Whether our customers are just starting with PHM through DSRIP or simply adding DSRIP to their growing number of multi-payer programs, Wellcentive is well equipped to partner with them on their long-term population health management journey,” continued Zajac. “Our solution establishes an infrastructure for joining risk-sharing initiatives that include and expand upon the measure sets required by DSRIP. The federal government and private payers alike are moving the industry toward value-based care. Leveraging technology to analyze data and drive an effective workflow is essential to success in this new environment.”

About Wellcentive
Built from the ground up to help customers improve clinical, financial and human outcomes, Wellcentive’s population health management technology is cloud-based, scalable, and customized to meet the needs of providers, health organizations and payers. Wellcentive’s technology, insight and services help care teams measure and report performance and implement actionable workflow to drive value-based reimbursement and the transition from volume to value. Wellcentive has gained recognition as a leader in population health management in reports recently released by IDC Health, KLAS and Chilmark. Wellcentive aggregates data from more than 3,000 interfaces, and its solutions improve outcomes for over 30 million lives. Visit www.wellcentive.com; follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook; or call 877-213-8456 to learn more.

Crain’s Detroit Business reports four Wellcentive hospital clients in Michigan receive millions in bonus payments from BCBS

Crain’s Detroit Business reports five healthcare systems—four of which use Wellcentive solutions to manage the health of their patient populations—earned a total of $50 million in shared savings from Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) of Michigan. The five systems, including Wellcentive clients Trinity Health Michigan, Beaumont Health System, MidMichigan Health and Botsford Hospital, signed innovative, value-based reimbursement contracts with BCBS in 2011 and 2012. Read more here

Wellcentive Announces Addition of Industry Experts to Regional Leadership

ATLANTA, GA, January 9, 2015 – Wellcentive, the industry leader in end-to-end population health management, announced today that Bryan Ness has been appointed as Regional General Manager for the Western United States, and Jim Clifford has transitioned to the Regional Director role responsible for the Central and Midwest area of the country.

“Our company is growing rapidly as healthcare organizations recognize the need for solutions to help them manage their patient populations,” said Tom Zajac, Wellcentive’s CEO. “Bryan and Jim’s passion and expertise in population health solutions will be instrumental in meeting the needs of our customers and prospects in the market who are seeking to improve the quality and cost of care.”

 

Ness brings more than 20 years’ experience in the hospital, physician and payer markets—including responsibility for $300 million in sales—to his role as Regional General Manager. In his new role, he will head up market development including sales, customer relationships, and partnership development for the western half of the United States.

 

 

 

As a member of the Wellcentive team since its founding, Clifford has been instrumental to the growth and success of the company. He has worked in every facet of the company including implementation, user training, project management, product design and consulting. In his new role he will focus on sales and business development.

 

 

Wellcentive empowers health systems, providers, payers, employers and other organizations to drive significant value-based reimbursement gains by aggregating data across the continuum of care, applying analytics to identify and risk-stratify patients, and delivering action-based workflow to improve the health of populations.

About Wellcentive
Built from the ground up to help customers improve clinical, financial and human outcomes, Wellcentive’s population health management technology is cloud-based, scalable, and customized to meet the needs of providers, health organizations and payers. Wellcentive’s technology, insight and services help care teams measure and report performance and implement actionable workflow to drive value-based reimbursement and the transition from volume to value. Wellcentive has gained recognition as a leader in population health management in reports recently released by IDC Health, KLAS and Chilmark. Wellcentive aggregates data from more than 3,000 interfaces, and its solutions improve outcomes for over 30 million lives. Visit www.wellcentive.com; follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook; or call 877-213-8456 to learn more.

Wellcentive Becomes First Solely Focused Population Health Management Vendor to Join CommonWell Health Alliance

ATLANTA, GA, December 16, 2014 – Wellcentive, an industry leader in end-to-end population health management (PHM) for healthcare organizations, today announced it is joining CommonWell Health Alliance (the “Alliance”) as a General Member.

CommonWell, a non-profit trade association, is dedicated to the simple vision that health data should be available regardless of where care occurs. Provider access to this data must be built into healthcare technology at a reasonable cost for use by a broad range of organizations and the people they serve. Wellcentive is joining CommonWell as the first solely focused PHM solution provider in support of this critical mission of improving interoperability.

“Each member of CommonWell brings a unique contribution to our team. Wellcentive will provide a fresh perspective on how to improve data flow to meet the PHM needs of healthcare organizations,” said Nick Knowlton, membership chair for CommonWell. “Data liquidity is integral to population health management, and managing populations is increasingly integral to the success of healthcare organizations.”

Wellcentive enables healthcare organizations of all sizes to better manage the health of their populations with the goal of improving care quality while reducing costs. It does this by helping these organizations analyze the data in their systems to identify and close care gaps, increase preventive and wellness care and better manage high-risk patients. By joining the CommonWell Health Alliance,
Wellcentive becomes a valuable member helping to enhance interoperability and participating in the conversation regarding the improvement of patient care.

“Since EHRs are one of the primary sources of data for PHM analytics, the two have always had a symbiotic relationship,” said Tom Zajac, Wellcentive’s CEO. “Improving data interoperability has a direct effect on our ability to deliver faster, more accurate insights that will help advance the delivery of care across the nation. As a leader and early innovator in the PHM space, Wellcentive fully supports the CommonWell mission and feels privileged to help these forward-thinking organizations shape the standards for the future. We view it as an important strategic step toward solving many of the healthcare industry’s most pressing issues.”

Wellcentive joins a diverse group of CommonWell members that have joined together to enable healthcare providers to manage patient identity, support consent management and facilitate better coordination along the broad care continuum. Today, CommonWell members are live with these services at more than 10 provider sites ranging from large acute hospitals to rural specialty practices. More than 20,000 people have enrolled since services launched in January 2014 and dozens of clinicians are leveraging these services daily. Membership is open to healthcare-centric organizations, systems and vendors—all those who share the Alliance’s vision for interoperability.

Wellcentive Recognized by KLAS as an Early Leader in Helping Healthcare Customers Realize Tangible Benefits

Wellcentive is helping customers see real improvements in outcomes, quality measures and care planning

ATLANTA, Ga.—December 16, 2014—Wellcentive has again distinguished itself as an early leader in helping customers see tangible results within the population health space. Among the top tier vendors in KLAS’s latest report, 89 percent of Wellcentive customers reported that they “realized tangible benefits” through the use of the company’s solutions.

In the Dec. 11th report by KLAS titled, “Population Health Performance: Emerging Market, Emerging Value,” customer respondents viewed Wellcentive as a partner who works alongside them to help deliver tangible benefits in improved quality and cost savings well above the competition. “There are incentives attached to all of those quality measures, so we get reimbursed for those too,” said one provider.

“Our customers recognize Wellcentive as more than just a technology play – but as a partner in helping them solve problems and deliver real value,” said Tom Zajac, Wellcentive’s CEO. “We believe that our focus on partnering with our customers and Wellcentive’s top rankings for realizing tangible benefits are directly linked, as substantiated in this report. We are proud to be named as a top performer in delivering clinical outcomes and quality measures.”

In the report, another customer affirmed that, “Wellcentive drives the most value for us.” Adding, “from an administrative, clinical and IT perspective we have not found a tool that exceeds the capability of Wellcentive, nor have we found a tool that has as much functionality.”

“With all the hype, noise and excitement in the industry around PHM, we feel like what matters most is which vendors are delivering real value,” said Zajac.

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