This white paper defines the concept of and biggest barriers to population health management. In addition, it introduces new approaches such as the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) and the accountable care organization (ACO), all while exploring the crucial role of automation.
In this two-minute video, learn how IBM Watson Health solutions help you close care gaps and align with quality measures and initiatives.
While being a recognized PCMH is not required to participate in CMS' Chronic Care Management (CCM program), practices that have been recognized as a NCQA PCMH 2014 level 3 are well-positioned to provide CCM services.
As every clinician knows, ensuring that chronically ill patients follow treatment regimens is difficult under any circumstances. It’s particularly challenging when the patient doesn’t feel sick. Such is the case with hypertension, popularly known as the “silent killer” because it has no obvious symptoms.
Download this whitepaper to learn the basics of predictive modeling, how healthcare organizations can make the insights of predictive modeling actionable, and examples of how predictive analytics, population risk stratification, and risk adjustment are applied in practice.
In this 1-minute video, learn how Utica Park Clinic leveraged population health management technology to automate its care transitions process, taking the burden off its staff members and enabling them to focus on specific patients to drive the biggest health outcomes.
Five healthcare facilities were all looking to establish themselves as fully functioning Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMHs), and utilized IBM Watson Health’s population health management solutions to integrate the key functions and attributions required to achieve PCMH recognition.
A big question for many organizations is how to finance the shift to value-based care: is it feasible to pay for the nuts and bolts of population health management at the very same time your fee-for-service revenue drops? We believe it is, and offer nine ways to do it.
The good news for organizations preparing for the transition to value is that a few early adopters have already made the shift. If you're trying to anticipate the changes you'll need to make, or the best model of care delivery for your organization to embrace, you can start by considering the various solutions that these institutions found work well for them.