Join Dr. David Nace and Tim State, Senior Vice President of Associate Health and Well-Being at Humana, to learn how to use data, analytics, and technology to create better health outcomes and lower costs through access to real-time information.
Blending insights from traditional claims and clinical data with insights from non-traditional data sources provides a more holistic view of an individual’s predicted behavior and its impact on their health.
The key to improving health outcomes is to close gaps in care by using actionable, data-based insights. Using data on social determinants of health—such as income, educational level, and employment—can improve community health and well-being.
How can we distill the most relevant information to incorporate into conversations with patients and members when there is so much data available from disparate sources?
The move to value-based care is not happening a year from now, or in a month, or even tomorrow. It’s happening as we speak. Why do I say that? An analysis from the Health Care Payment Learning & Action Network (HCP-LAN) in October 2018 revealed that <a href="https://hcp-lan...
The value-based care preposition is rightly endorsed as the way forward for the US healthcare system. Our care delivery model is rapidly transitioning but by no means is the transition easy. While all organizations share somewhat the same goals―improving populat...