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2016 Analytics for Population Health Management Market Trends Report

by John Moore lll | February 02, 2016

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While vendors continue to make progress in the functional evolution of their analytics solutions, healthcare organizations (HCOs) struggle with the complexity of their data management requirements and embedding analytical insights into clinical workflows in support of strategic initiatives. This extensive update to the 2014 edition builds on Chilmark’s comprehensive review of available solutions to serve the analytics needs of HCOs to enable their Population Health Management (PHM) strategies. The report also presents a new model for understanding the value chain for clinical analytics across the enterprise.

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The most important driver underlying strong growth in data analytics is the move to alternative payment models, often referred to as value-based reimbursement (VBR). Future financial success in the VBR realm requires HCOs to effectively manage risks, utilization and costs while concurrently improving quality and optimizing outcomes. Today, however, HCOs must straddle the two different payment regimes of fee-for-service (FFS) and VBR.

The report points to an important, ongoing challenge — incorporating analytics into existing workflows. While vendors have made progress with analytics functionality, workflow integration ultimately keeps analytics out of the hands of clinicians who could benefit most from insights at the point of care. Today, clinicians typically exit their EHR, toggling to a clinical portal for analytically-derived insights – proving how far we still have to go before these solutions reach their potential.

Vendors Profiled (25): The Advisory Board Company, Aetna ActiveHealth, Aetna HDMS, Arcadia Healthcare Solutions, Caradigm, CareEvolution, Cerner Corporation, Conifer Health Solutions, eClinicalWorks, Epic Systems Corporation, Geneia LLC, Health Catalyst, HealthEC, IBM Watson Health, McKesson, Optum, Oracle, Orion Health, Premier Inc., SAP, Tableau, Transcend Insights, Truven Health Analytics, Verisk Health, Wellcentive, Inc.

Report Length: 120 pages

Cost: $6,000.00

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