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Top Hospitals®

June 2018

Formerly known as the Truven Health Analytics® 100 Top Hospitals, the Watson Health™ 100 Top Hospitals® annual study spotlights the best-performing hospitals in the U.S. based on publicly available data used to create a balanced scorecard of clinical, operational, and patient satisfaction metrics.

Overall, the 2018 edition of the 100 Top Hospitals® study of 2,785 hospitals across the U.S. found that, of the hospitals surveyed, the top-performing hospitals in the country achieved better risk-adjusted outcomes, while maintaining a lower average cost per beneficiary and higher profit margin, than non-winning peer group hospitals.

Download this latest Fact File now to learn the key performance measures on which 100 Top Hospitals showed the greatest outperformance versus non-winning peer group hospitals

High-Cost Commercial Cancer Claimants

April 2018

Truven Health Analytics® published data in the HealthLeaders Media September 2017 Fact File from our study on high-cost claimants (HCC) produced by analyzing our MarketScan® commercial claims database. The top 1% of claimants were selected and categorized into 10 distinct subpopulations. Patients undergoing active cancer treatment made up 23.51% of the HCC, the second-largest group.

This Fact File takes a deeper dive into the active treatment cancer HCC data by examining the cost variations of different cancer types, cost components, and geographies.

Download this Fact File to discover data-driven insights that may help hospitals create programs that deliver high-quality care at lower costs.

Cardiac Hospital Performance

February 2018

The Watson Health™ 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals study focuses on one of healthcare’s most important service lines, one that affects hundreds of thousands of patient lives annually and adds billions of dollars to our nation’s overall healthcare costs.

Download this Fact File to discover impartial, action-driving, and attainable benchmarks for hospital and clinical leaders across the country to leverage.

Drivers and Barriers to Value-Based Care Adoption

December 2017

Supported by governmental and payer programs that focus on value across the healthcare system, healthcare organizations are increasingly participating in value-based risk contracting. These organizations are evolving from fee-for-service physician-centric hospitals focused on their inpatient care, to organizations focused on clinical integration, population health, or even person-centric organizations with the consumer as central to the organization of care delivery.

This shift has not been without its challenges, such as physician engagement and alignment and data-driven insights to manage risk and clinical outcomes. Truven Health Analytics®, part of the IBM Watson Health™ business, examined healthcare leader survey results to better understand the challenges and steps these leaders are taking to respond to the shift towards value. Download the latest FactFile to learn more about these survey results.