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A Winning strategy for Health Plans and Providers in a Shared Risk Environment
The emerging shared-risk payment models central to health reform require tight collaboration among payers, providers, and members if they are to succeed. To support shared risk agreements, payers and providers need to make critical decisions about technology that will enable more effective communication and collaboration, and that actively engages, supports, and empowers members.
Enabling Connected Care for Population Health Success
As the US healthcare industry shifts from the long-standing fee-for-service model to a more quality-based standard, healthcare organizations across the country are looking for tactics to help them succeed in the value-based care world. Healthcare organizations need to think specifically about how they can empower clinicians to be more effective in improving the overall health status of a population by optimizing care for individuals. Among other things, this requires standardization, localization, personalization and adaptation.
Rhode Island Quality Institute Tackles the Challenge of Managing Provider Data
Across the US healthcare marketplace, healthcare organizations continue to look for ways to reduce medical costs, deliver better care, improve patient experience, and build operational efficiencies. One of the many challenges of healthcare surrounds managing provider data. Providers have multiple, complex and changing relationships, which leads to frequent changes in their location, insurance participation, and affiliations with health systems. So how do organizations tackle the challenge of providing accurate, complete information to its many stakeholders in an efficient way? The Rhode Island Quality Institute (RIQI) has found a solution.