Join Dr. David Nace, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Innovaccer, Brandon J. Burket, Assistant Vice President of Value-Based Care and Population Health, Orlando Health and Dr. Paul Grundy, MD, Covener of CareAsOne, Chief Transformation Officer, Innovaccer Inc. to learn how to use data, analytics, and technology to create better health outcomes and explore the financial incentives available to participants in risk-bearing payment models for confidently moving into risk arrangements.
To achieve value-based care goals - along with the quadruple aim- we need to leverage data, analytics, and technology to equip payers and providers with tools that facilitate better decision-making based on evidence. To enable high-quality care and cost-effective outcomes, care teams need access to real-time, actionable insights into patient health to automate workflows, personalize care and manage various protocols.
But, how can we capture clinical and claims data, distill that into reports and enable physician engagement to maintain actionable insights at the point of care? To enable patient-centered care, organizations need to integrate information across the continuum, drive care management protocols and develop analytics capabilities.
They need to reimagine how they identify, engage, and manage the care of patients and also determine new ways of engaging and aligning physicians and care teams in creating better-coordinated care across the continuum.
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