Health Systems Become More Strategic in the Move to Value-Based Care

December 4, 2017

Healthcare organizations are deploying top-tier strategies to engage patients, improve quality and manage risk as they step up their efforts to transition to value-based care. Venturing into alternative payment models and incentive programs calls for a combination of innovation and change management. As such, organizations are creating sophisticated population health management initiatives that include clinically integrated networks (CIN) and new systems that allow them to identify and treat high-risk patients across any provider and setting.
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Innovative Healthcare Solutions : Fort Healthcare

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Medicine, rehabilitation and sports medicine, wound care, urgent care, home health, a preferred provider network for employers known as FortCare, and more. Fort HealthCare is a partner in the UW Cancer Center, Johnson Creek. FHC also maintains cooperative arrangements with Dean Health, Rogers Memorial Hospital and UW Health.

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Evolution of Health Care and its Impact on the Real Estate Landscape in the United States

whitePaper | June 7, 2018

This paper examines the transformations and trends in the healthcare industry as it seeks to meet pressing challenges, including escalating health care costs, an aging population, the future shortage of physicians, geographical inequities in the payer mix, and patient demand shifting to a consumer-driven model. The paper analyzes the key factors driving the changes and how they are impacting the way services are delivered, where they are delivered, and the potential future implications.

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Formulary (List of Covered )

whitePaper | October 1, 2016

We are pleased to provide the 2016 Healthfirst Personal Wellness Plan Formulary as a useful reference and informational tool. This document can assist medical providers in selecting clinically-appropriate and cost-effective products for their patients. The drugs represented have been reviewed by a National Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Committee and are approved for inclusion. The document is reflective of current medical practice as of the date of review.

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Five Best Practices to Enable Population Health Management

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Learn how to deploy population health management into process, work culture and technology systems with data. Proactively manage patient relationships. Measure population health with segmented data. Track and understand population and individual risk…

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Why AI and robotics will define New Health

whitePaper | November 15, 2018

Would you allow a medical robot with artificial intelligence (AI) to examine, diagnose and prescribe a treatment plan for you or a member of your family with cancer? Would you accept a robot as your primary surgeon? And if you were to do so, what would the human clinician do? AI and robots have long been a theme in fiction. From Isaac Asimov’s ‘I, Robot’ in 1950 to Baymax, the care robot in ‘Big Hero 6’, we’ve long been fascinated with the possibilities for machines that can understand, reason and learn – and help us to make better use of information.

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Translating Data Analytics into Population Health Insights

whitePaper | August 2, 2017

Covenant turned to Dallas-based Population Health Advisors PHA, which has experience leveraging the Explorys platform. PHA’s valuable expertise allowed Covenant to bypass the growing pains many experiences with a new technology system fraught with digital complexity.

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