Can data analytics aid in end-of-life care decisions? December 29, 2016 By Donna Marbury When it comes to clinicians discussing end-of-life care with patients and their families, too often decisions must be made quickly. Here’s how data analytics can help. How data analytics combats the opioid epidemic Deaths due to opioid abuse have risen sharply—and show no signs of leveling off. Here’s how data analytics can prevent abuse and diversion. Top managed care trends to watch in 2017 Here’s what managed healthcare executives should keep an eye on moving into the new year. Four ways to get your data analytics team up to speed December 01, 2016 By Donna Marbury Does your analytics team have what it takes? Experts share their top recommendations. Five ways care management can shift to value-based care November 26, 2016 By Ron Geraty MD As fee-for-service rapidly transforms into value-based care, the industry must improve member engagement and outcomes by using targeted care management interventions that help deliver bottom-line results across a broader spectrum of the population. Remote Patient Monitoring is a Wise Investment for Payers The results of Geneia’s year-long study – a savings of $8,375 per patient and a slowing of disease progression – demonstrate that remote patient monitoring is a wise investment for payers. Advanced Analytics Improve Physician Engagement and Performance in ACOs Health plans are using advanced analytics to improve physician engagement,
performance and satisfaction in ACOs and risk-sharing contracts. Advanced Analytics Triple Win for Payers The use of advanced analytics by payers can improve administrative and medical
costs, provider satisfaction and member health. Making sense of big data: Data projects spur progress July 03, 2016 By Donna Marbury Many health systems have a hard time capturing and using data from patients that can make a real impact on their businesses. Here are some innovative projects to have on your radar. Analytics puts power in the hands of patients, payers, physicians There is so much data available at all levels of healthcare, and technology and public support is on the cusp of a breakthrough in using this information for widespread improvements.