As the healthcare industry offers more ways to earn risk-based or value-based revenue, providers are more proactively coordinating care, engaging patients and managing population health. Analytics are fundamental to all of these strategies, even in small practices. To be successful, physician practices need analytics that are predictive across multiple populations. They need to know who the high-risk patients are today, but they also need to identify the “rising-risk” patients. With intervention, these patients can have a healthier future. The cost of unmanaged cardiac conditions One healthcare organization evaluated its Accountable Care Organization (ACO) population with Johns Hopkins Adjusted Clinical Groups (ACG®), an industry standard to adjust risk and predict future healthcare usage. With analytics, this ACO found that more than half of its patients were either high risk (30%) or very high risk (27%). Furthermore, it found that the average […]
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