Among the complexities involved in moving forward on data analytics for value-based payments is the need to push ahead on payment reform, says Lumeris’s Debbie Zimmerman, M.D. The journey into leveraging data analytics for success in value-based care delivery and payment arrangements is turning out to be a long one, industry experts, and those in (…)
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Listen to Lumeris Chief Marketing Officer, Matt Cox, share his insights about the importance of healthcare’s move toward value and our need to align around outcomes. To listen to the interview, click here.
Lumeris Chief Marketing Officer, Matt Cox, provides his reflections on HIMSS 2019 along with other healthcare executives. Matt Cox. Chief Marketing Officer, Lumeris: After attending HIMSS19, which was my 15th year at the conference, one thing is clearer than ever before: Change in healthcare requires far more than just technology—especially for a major industry transformation like the (…)
As health systems look to transform care delivery and business models in the wake of value-based care, provider partnerships are expanding. In particular, surveyed health system leaders are leveraging the expertise of external partners to implement and scale solutions more rapidly than building capabilities from scratch. To learn more about what leading health systems are (…)
Health system executives predict the shift to value-based payment models will continue to increase this year, according to a survey conducted by The Health Management Academy for Lumeris. The recently released survey was conducted in May and August among 25 healthcare system executives representing organizations that own or operate 280 hospitals. To read the full (…)
Today’s seniors are increasingly tech savvy, expect more from Medicare plans and in 2019 are more likely to switch their Medicare Advantage plans, finds a new survey from Welltok. With more than 60 million Americans projected to be covered by Medicare by 2020, it is critical for plans to understand and meet members’ individual needs (…)
More capital, more Medicare Advantage plans, and more demand for value-based care expertise are just some of the big trends impacting health systems and health plans over the last year. As we move into 2019, look for continued progress in the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care models as providers become more familiar with new (…)
To successfully transition to value-based care, health systems must engage their physicians in the process. Figuring out the best way to engage physicians, however, is often one of the toughest challenges for organizations as they move from traditional fee for-service (FFS) models to models based on the efficient delivery of high-quality care. To read the (…)
There is a tremendous amount of energy focused on the potential for predictive analytics to transform healthcare. Many companies – both large and small – are entering the space, selling applications that utilize either a unique technology (such as deep learning or cognitive computing) or make use of novel data from molecular assays or mobile (…)
The movement to value-based healthcare is accelerating as public and private payers and employers intensify their push for care models that improve quality while containing costs. Many academic medical centers (AMCs), however, are struggling to transition from fee-for-service to value-based models of care. To read the full article, click here.