A definitive blueprint for value-based health plan operations and population health services revealed. Using 10 years of health plan, multi-payer and value-based care experience, Lumeris developed a four-part framework to significantly improve value-based health plan operations. The model includes identifying improvement opportunities to address business transformation, structuring the organization and implementing change, offering value-based care services that support office management and population health, and optimizing business processes. This essential guidance supports business and care delivery transformation in pursuit of the Triple Aim +1™: better health outcomes, lower costs and improved patient plus physician satisfaction.
In Forefront Magazine, Susie Robinson, chief of human resources for Lumeris, explains why she exchanged a stable job at a big company for a rollercoaster ride with a new venture.
Managing Population Health One important key to accountability through emerging health networks is the ability to identify and manage the health needs of very specific populations. Population health management is (…)
Vice President of Technical Solutions for Lumeris Keith Blankenship writes about the importance of having a complete view of a patient’s and population’s health status to improve care quality and lower costs in a HealthITOutcomes byline.
Jeff Smith, president of the Mid-Atlantic initiative for Lumeris, discusses the importance of integrating data across health care organizations with Alison Diana from InformationWeek HealthCare.
Jim Hansen, vice president of health policy for Lumeris, offers commentary at a recent HIT Policy Committee meeting.
Health IT Outcomes Article: ACO Success Stories
Deborah Zimmerman, MD, chief medical officer for Lumeris, discusses the Accountable Delivery System Platform (ADSP)® with InsuranceNewsNet.
Applications for population health management that integrate claims and clinical data can provide the insights essential to the success of accountable care organizations (ACOs), according a new report from IDC Health Insights.
Tom Doerr, MD, director of innovation research at Lumeris, discusses challenges posed by the ACO model, and how physicians can avoid those challenges and free themselves up to focus on the risks that count for future satisfaction and success.