Published Date: September 2014
As vendors and healthcare organizations (HCOs) continue to promote their respective work in ‘cutting edge’ population health management (PHM) deployments, the newest report from Chilmark Research, their 2014 Analytics for Population Health Management Market Trends Report, reveals a far more sobering true state of affairs. This extensive update to the 2013 Clinical Analytics report shows a market that, while seeing a strong continued growth of interest, is still very much in its infancy as HCOs struggle with rapidly evolving models of reimbursement while vendors struggle to effectively build-out their solution capabilities.
The report looks at how organizations need to effectively leverage the myriad of data they have access to that will enable their PHM strategy, providing guidance as to where they should begin on this journey and the challenges along the way. The report provides a clear, concise framework that will assist HCOs in evaluating the solution capabilities of vendors attempting to serve this market along with insights into a selective group of vendors that currently have leading mind-share in this sector.
Within this comprehensive report, in-depth profiles of 19 vendors are provided. Leveraging our framework, vendors are rated on their ability to meet diverse requirements that break down analytics for PHM into three hierarchical domains of: Data Aggregation; Population Insight; and Care Management, Workflow and Action. No vendor excels in all categories, but several are making significant headway, many others are following closely and more than a few have some significant work to do if they wish to remain relevant in this market.
Vendors Profiled: Aetna, athenahealth, Caradigm, CareEvolution, Cerner, Epic Systems, Explorys, Health Catalyst, IBM, McKesson, Optum, Oracle, Phytel, Premier, Siemens Medical Solutions (USA), The Advisory Board Company, Truven Health Analytics, Verisk Health, Wellcentive
Report Size: 135 pages
Vendors Profiled: 19