How to Use Analytics to Succeed Under Value-Based Care: A Strategic Guide

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Post-pandemic pressures and pain points, including clinician burnout and massive health inequities, have accelerated the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care.

Despite the ultimate benefits, moving to a value-driven system can be challenging for healthcare organizations, so we've built a strategic guide to help payers and providers along the way.

In this ebook, you'll learn the top 5 ways to leverage analytics for a successful journey to value-based care.

Achieve Value, Efficiency, and Scale With Evidence-Based Clinical Content

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Wolters Kluwer

Payers are working to design, implement, and support benefits that meet business goals and make employer groups, providers, customers, and members happy. Doing so amid rapid changes like Artificial Intelligence, rising health costs, precision medicine, and new clinical information can make these efforts complex and arduous.

Teams with harmonized, evidence-based clinical information scaled across a complex matrixed organization are in a position to improve business processes, save costs, and improve their members’ experience and outcomes. Learn how access to UpToDate clinical decision support can support payers with the latest evidence-based information.

Filling the Healthcare Education Gap: A Care Management Opportunity

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Wolters Kluwer

80% of Americans still have questions after healthcare visits. Healthcare payers struggling to reach members can become a trusted source of educational content and programs in an untapped opportunity to improve member experience and care management efforts.

Get the five lessons from a consumer survey on what consumers want from health educational materials in the whitepaper “Filling the healthcare education gap: A care management opportunity”.

Outsmart Denials with Purpose-Built Technology

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Denials are a constantly moving target due to factors often outside of a health organization’s control, such as new payer rules or patients switching medical plans. However, if left unresolved, denials can represent an average loss of up to 5% of net patient revenue.

So, how can we get ahead of denials in healthcare? With the proper insights and action, health organizations can prevent more upfront denials, empower staff with the right tools, and reduce revenue leakage.

Take a deep dive into denials, examining where they most frequently originate to the latest research and strategies to stay ahead. 

What's in the report?

  • Research on the current state of denials
  • Steps to prevent, prioritize, and outsmart denials
  • Case study examples on how healthcare organizations benefit from purpose-built automation 

Human Resources for a Changing Healthcare Workforce

As the healthcare workforce continues to evolve, so does the role of human resources.
HR leaders are no longer siloed and left to focus on only benefits programs. They are a larger part of the organizational C-suite leadership, strategizing on workplace culture, impacts on employee wellbeing, ways to combat burnout, and recruitment and retention efforts.

Learn from HR professionals in healthcare and other industries on how to keep up with the changing tides.

Download our HealthLeaders Workforce Week eBook now!

Six Ways Comprehensive Behavioral Health Reduces Avoidable Costs

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While all sectors of healthcare are experiencing the financial and operational burdens of the ongoing workforce shortage and rising healthcare costs, these burdens are perhaps felt most acutely in the behavioral health sector. But behavioral health is also the sector poised for innovation, and health systems and the patients they serve thrive when virtual and automated care enhances their behavioral healthcare experience.


In this ebook, we share six ways virtual and automated care can help your health system deliver better behavioral healthcare while also saving on avoidable costs by:

Reducing emergency department boarding

Avoiding preventable readmissions

Improving the efficacy of mental health evaluations 

Increasing resources