Posts in Category: performance

What we’ve learned: How to save $1M in your CV service line 

The United States spends more per capita on healthcare than any other industrialized nation yet ranks at the bottom of the list for quality of care. Where some see a problem, Matt Esham sees the chance to do better.

“That delta between being the biggest spender and having the worst outcomes equals an opportunity,” says LUMEDX’s Director of Business Intelligence.

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Posted by Jana Ballinger 06/27/2019 Categories: analytics healthcare analytics HealthView Analytics performance value-based care

Finances top hospital execs list of concerns 

That the financial challenge of running a hospital ranked as the top concern in an annual study by the American College of Healthcare Executives should come as little surprise to anyone in the industry. Overwhelmed by the fact that revenues are growing at a considerably slower pace than ever before, providers are left scrambling for ways to bring down expenses without sacrificing quality.

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Posted by Jana Ballinger 03/04/2019 Categories: ACC American College of Cardiology analytics healthcare analytics performance

Value-based care is here to stay, will get boost from analytics, study says 

​​​​Despite 2017’s cancellation of mandatory bundled payments, the value-based care movement in the United States is still healthy and will benefit in 2018 from analytics, according to a report from Washington, D.C.-based healthcare consulting firm Avalere.

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How near-real time and even retrospective analytics can improve performance  

Retrospective clinical data is essential in the quest to improve outcomes and contain costs, but even more valuable is integrated, near real-time data analytics that illustrate how you compare to other cardiac care centers nationally.

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Data accessibility viewed as key to closing the gap between value-based care and health IT 

​Although much progress has been achieved in digitizing the healthcare system, today's health IT infrastructure still struggles to support a transition to "value-based care," according to a new report from the American Medical Informatics Association.

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Cardiac Bundled-Payment Program to Go Forward Despite Change in Administration 

The bundled-payment program for cardiac care will go forward despite the Trump administration and the confirmation of new Health & Human Services Secretary Tom  Price, a critic of the program. July 1 remains the start date for the initiative, according to an HHS official who spoke to Modern Healthcare.

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