Matt Fisher shares how years of effort toward aligning healthcare data, analytics and security have helped develop a strong foundation for value-based care.
Our guest writer explains CMS's Primary Care First model and how it enables primary care providers to shift to more value-based care for both general and high-needs patient populations.
As healthcare transitions to a value-based reimbursement model, nursing documentation in EHRs and other health IT systems will increasingly be used to demonstrate nursing’s contribution to that value.
Ochsner Health System received the 2018 Davies Enterprise Award for improving population health outcomes through digital medicine solutions, improved opioid prescribing practices and a successful transition to value-based care.
Interact with a new HIMSS population health management model that identifies population health domains and capabilities, and maps nearly 500 functions to Value-Based Care (VBC) payment models to help bring clarity to your population health efforts.
Analytics data can drive value-based care, reduce costs and improve quality care outcomes. While many health systems have made significant investments into analytics, many organizations also struggle to identify the best method for inspiring clinicians to utilize the data. This article ident...
Interoperability Breakthroughs to Advance Value-Based Care and Improve Clinical and Financial Outcomes
The HIMSS Interoperability & HIE Community leads a virtual discussion about how interoperability is fueling innovation and disruption in healthcare and beyond.
Kentucky’s poet, Naomi Judd, taught us that “There are many paths, but only one journey.” Over a dozen years ago, Dr. Michael Porter offered some of the earliest views toward creating a new system of value-based care that focused on the patient. He implored us to build a...
Historically, healthcare has generally looked at the people they serve as patients. However, these models are evolving quickly as we move to value-based reimbursement with a focus on preventive medicine, shares our digital influencer.
When COVID-19 subsides, the U.S.’s policy waivers, temporary healthcare standards and policies that have been adopted will require a transition to ensure stability, embed resiliency and develop a modern, value-based, health delivery system with digital health tools.
It’s an issue around the globe—how can we implement quality measures in healthcare to reimburse providers based on improving care and outcomes? The U.S. is trying with its new value pathways.
Oscar Wilde taught us that “people know the price of everything and the value of nothing”. Economic indicators of success in the healthcare delivery business have historically been driven by reimbursement and volume, with limited focus on understanding and optimizing costs in a...