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This is the hub for all Collective Medical resources from case studies to blog posts to podcast episodes. You’ll learn from industry leaders discussing the latest healthcare issues.
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Emergency Department Utilization

Amid rising demand for health care in America and increased strain on medical providers, more patients are turning to emergency departments for care — even in non-emergency situations. This causes emergency department (ED) utilization to dramatically escalate, creating problems for both patients and health care providers.

Behavioral Health

We’re in the midst of an unprecedented mental health crisis. Approximately eight million people die per year as the result of a behavioral health problem or the current opioid crisis, whether by suicide or drug overdose. That’s tens of thousands of people per day.

Value-Based Care

For many years, primary care providers have been reimbursed on a fee-for-service pay structure that is based on bill charges or annual fee schedules. This payment model promotes the quantity of services and has been the standard in medical professions for decades.

Patient & Provider Safety

Violence in health care settings has the highest instance of workplace injury of any industry. Of nearly 25,000 annual workplace assaults, it is estimated that roughly 75% occur in health care settings toward health care workers.


There are many facets and branches to the health care industry, making it difficult to receive entire-body care from one facility or provider. This is where coordinated care across the care continuum comes into play. But, who is responsible for coordinated care? Health care payers.

Data-Enabled Collaboration

In health care, it is not uncommon to visit multiple providers to diagnose issues or connect with specialists for specific concerns. One problem with this is that patient data can get lost in the shuffle and vital information could be missed during patient care.