Female leaders across the health industry were applauded for their ability to integrate AI into their organizations, reinforcing the potential of AI to help governments, health plans, health systems and others tackle their most pressing challenges.
Today’s evolving healthcare marketplace is demanding business model transformation and new operational processes. This shift is forcing healthcare payers to consider info-centric strategies and more.
Think about some of the biggest challenges your health plan faces when it tries to connect inpatient, outpatient and prescription drug data. Traditionally, these cost drivers are measured in siloes and trying to connect them proves difficult.
Challenges in today’s healthcare environment are driving change in the payer business model and operational processes. Many health plans struggle to improve member experience while reducing costs.
Is your organization able to successfully connect disparate data sources and methods to drive business transformation and value?
While managing and providing adequate health benefits is important for employers, it can also be one of the biggest investments. Developing a strategy that is both impactful and cost-effective is a balancing act.
Data barriers create barriers to care. Research has indicated that inter-agency data sharing can lead to better outcomes for people who receive government services and benefits, yet there are several barriers that make government interoperability difficult to achieve.
As part of the healthcare’s industry shift from fee-for-service to value-based reimbursements, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and commercial payers have developed an array of financial models. Healthcare organizations must determine which programs are the best fit for their goals and capabilities, as well as which ones can help them identify gaps […]
Few government responsibilities are more important than keeping children safe and protecting their well-being.
Watson Health plans to debut its newest AI-powered solution, IBM Watson Imaging Patient Synopsis, which displays relevant patient data in a single-screen view for the radiologist.