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Population health management (PHM) solutions are at a level of maturity to meet many of the needs of healthcare organizations (HCOs). Yet a clear divide between the different types of solutions is emerging, according to this latest report from Chilmark Research.
In the inaugural Population Health Management Market Trends Report, Chilmark Research is the first analyst firm to identify three distinct markets for PHM products and services based on customer use case. The report provides a comprehensive review of more than 25 solutions available today and evaluates the relative ability of each solution to serve these three critical submarkets: Independent ambulatory, captive ambulatory, and payer-provider. This report evaluates PHM solutions on four main technology domains of functionality: Data aggregation, analytics, care management, and patient engagement.
For many organizations, care management has become the focal point for building PHM programs. Care management applications rely on all of the technology – data aggregation, analytics and reporting, and patient engagement – needed by sponsors to improve population-level health. The solution that best meets this need with a proven track record of success will have a significant advantage over the competition in buying decisions.” – Co-author Matt Guldin, Senior Analyst
Until recently, most vendors in this report gravitated to hospitals and health systems, which have been more aggressive about embracing risk contracts than independent ambulatory networks of physicians. Such buyers represent the bulk of past buying activity in PHM. But independent networks of providers are becoming a bigger target market as risk contracts become more common. In addition, converged payer-provider networks are emerging as providers establish health plans and payers and employers become more heavily involved with community-based organizations to deliver value-based care.
While there is much greater clarity in the market for PHM solutions in 2018 than there was in 2015, due diligence remains a high priority for healthcare organizations (HCOs) choosing solutions to support their PHM strategies. Providers or payers looking for technology to support PHM programs will find this report an invaluable aid to sifting through technology vendor claims. Consultants, investors, employers, brokers, conveners, and others will also benefit from this in-depth research and analysis.
Vendors Profiled: Allscripts Inc., Arcadia.io, athenahealth, Caradigm, CareEvolution, Cerner Corporation, Change Healthcare, Conifer Health Solutions, eClinicalWorks, Enli Health Intelligence, Epic Systems Corporation, Evolent Health, Forward Health Group, Geneia Inc., GSI Health, Health Catalyst, HealthEC, IBM Watson Health, Lightbeam, Medecision, NextGen, Optum, Orion Health, Philips Wellcentive, and ZeOmega.
Number of Pages: 160
Report Cost: $6,000
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