Transitioning to Accountable Care: Using Analytics to Gain a Competitive Advantage

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Transitioning to Accountable Care: Using Analytics to Gain a Competitive Advantage

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Thursday, August 1, 2013 - 11:00am


If your integrated delivery network is transitioning to accountable care, be sure to mark your calendar for Wednesday, August 7, 2013 1:00-2:00 PM ET. In sixty jam-packed minutes, you'll find innovative ways to manage population health, boost network efficiency and improve clinical quality. Discover how advanced care analytics can help you demonstrate value-based, cost-effective care.

Fresh from the frontlines, Verisk Health experts will share five essential strategies for risk-based payment models. You'll hear about the best ways to:

1. Identify high-risk patients based on actionable gaps in care and quality
Evidence-based clinical intelligence and stratification technology help you improve outcomes and comply with medical guidelines.

2. Reduce preventable admissions and emergency room utilization
Cut waste, drive appropriate use of medical resources and minimize out-of-network utilization while maintaining high standards in patient care.

3. Evaluate physician and practice efficiency based on risk-adjusted metrics
By integrating patient-level detail with risk assessment and clinical analytics, physicians and nurses can proactively address gaps in care, engaging non-compliant individuals.

4. Control network leakage and capitalize on cost-saving opportunities
See how population health management analytics can help quantify future costs of care based on population risk.

5. Minimize waste and drive appropriate use of medical resources
By stratifying your health system to assess cost and utilization, you can track the clinical and financial impact of initiatives to increase efficiency, such as using generic drugs and promoting the use of less expensive but equally effective treatments.

Pre-registration for our webinar is required. You can sign up here.