Increased value. Better health outcomes. Lower costs. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s triple aim approach to healthcare has resulted in meaningful changes in healthcare delivery. Paramount among the drivers of this change is the need for greater access to patient data. Point-of-care analytics help providers improve health outcomes and care quality, while increasing efficiencies and financial performance.
Industry executives from across the healthcare continuum, including health plans, pharma/life sciences, government agencies, technology innovators and provider organizations, joined a powerful lineup of the nation’s most influential voices sharing thought-provoking keynote addresses, informative panel discussions and insightful breakout sessions gathered in Washington, D.C., for the 8th annual Inovalon Client Congress to address the programs and perspectives shaping the healthcare ecosystem.
Another HEDIS® season has been completed. With 65% of the nation’s clinical and quality outcomes measurement analytics using Inovalon’s platforms, we have analyzed our clients’ results to share some of the best practices and key lessons learned this season to help you prepare for the 2017 HEDIS® submission.
Overly complex quality measures, inadequate access to patient data, and a lack of tools to help collect and assess that data are the reasons many physicians continue to struggle with adoption of value-based care, according to a new study that Inovalon published earlier this month in collaboration with Quest Diagnostics.
We just announced the findings of a study Quest Diagnostics jointly commissioned with Inovalon entitled, “Finding a Faster Path to Value-Based Care.” We asked physicians and health plan executives how they perceive progress toward value-based care and what challenges may be preventing more rapid adoption.