Health systems, integrated delivery networks (IDNs) and clinically integrated networks (CINs) face major challenges in today’s healthcare environment. The economic drivers for such organizations in a value-based reimbursement reality are different from what they were in the fee-for-service world. Making the transition from the traditional mindset to one that results in success with value-based care delivery can be difficult, as margins are slim and stakeholder engagement is key.
Health systems, IDNs and CINs are aligning the goals and processes of their facilities as well as their employed and affiliated physicians, and they are taking the lead with value-based contracting in their communities. They are focused on transitions of care management, admission and readmission rates, emergency department and urgent care utilization, engagement of employed and affiliated providers, patient satisfaction across the continuum of care, and minimizing leakage to other health systems.
Philips Wellcentive has years of experience helping health systems, IDNs and CINs engage their providers and patients, provide actionable insights into clinical and utilization metrics, manage workflows across healthcare settings and provider types, and proactively navigate the transition to value-based care.