Managing your data – from quantity to quantifiable
Managing data means a lot these days. It’s not just looking across your network and your patient population, it’s navigating new regulations on data exchange, matching system-wide quality measures with multiple risk contracts and meeting new technology challenges for 3rd party apps toward bi-directional patient engagement.
The industry has split the atom on big data, parsing it out in algorithmic strategies around AI, machine learning and newer adaptive intelligence to balance science, preventive medicine and healing. At the apex remains the clinician.
From policy to customer insights, these resources can help you go beyond managing data to leveraging it for better financial and clinical outcomes.
Are you a data blocker?
How to fit into ONC’s new interoperability framework and regulation
Our new white paper offers an in-depth examination of the federal government’s plan to overhaul national interoperability. Based on regulatory power from 2016’s 21st Century Cures law, data blocking can bring fines of up to $1 million and other penalties.
The law also directs federal agencies to construct new rules for how clinical data is shared, governed and billed. The federal Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) has begun this rulemaking process.
In this free white paper you will learn:
- How ONC will define data blocking and its intentions for change
- How CMS is aligning the overhaul into its quality programs
- The rise of API exchange and shortcomings in the federal approach
- Links to Philips comment letters to ONC and CMS
- How the new exchange framework is being cast and how to fit in
- Necessary next steps/timelines for health systems and providers to prepare
- What parts are voluntary and what parts are not
How one clinically integrated network
is managing care to succeed in VBC
Eastside Health Network (EHN), a joint venture Clinically Integrated Network (CIN) in Washington state, is working with Philips Wellcentive to take on progressively greater risk in its value-based care contracts, including full capitation.
The presenters will discuss the core tenets of EHN’s success and demonstrate how they’ve applied these to succeed in four different types of risk-based contracts. They’ll also discuss the importance of creating a shared culture with clinicians that aligns clinical and financial goals and celebrates practice wins.
Watch this webinar and learn how to:
- Deliver trustworthy data aggregated from disparate sources in the form of a longitudinal record, making it easy for clinicians to take action
- Focus on quality measures and set goals tailored to specific contracts
- Proactively manage care, close care gaps and address patient leakage
- Activate and engage patients and providers to collaboratively improve health
Every day, we are helping providers transform the way they deliver care, supporting enhanced patient outcomes and improved use of data. Reach out to us today to learn how you can avoid the cost of inaction and power your success in the new healthcare landscape.
Contact us to talk about your PHM strategy.