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Transition to a Value-Based Care Model
With the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) driving this shift in the healthcare industry towards this new model, it is important to understand the reason behind the transition, its benefits, and to know there are solutions and support available to help excel under the VBC model.
Understanding Fee For Service (FFS) vs. Value-Based Care (VBC)
Benefits of VBC
Technology and Insights to Optimize Value-Based Healthcare
Optimize Transitional Care Management with real-time notifications
Care needs during, between, and post visits are immediately communicated to all patient care teams so medications, lab tests, and prioritizations are delivered to the right care team members to empower collaboration and coordinated care.
Reduce avoidable readmissions with intelligent risk scoring and real-time collaboration
Identify and prioritize intervention for at-risk patients, reducing readmissions and optimizing length of stay through better integrated care via unique analytics and alerts systems.
Improve patient satisfaction and patient outcomes with the right shared insights
Real-time clinical data exchange allows care teams create collaborative care plans that increase patient satisfaction and improve outcomes. Access to key data including ADLs, patient progress, chart level data, patient triaging details, etc., ensures full communication and better outcomes.
Access to reports that identify trends and to integrations that simplify workflows
Generate weekly ED and IP census reports, monthly new member census reports, and weekly reports based on your set cohort criteria. Integration options are available to simplify workflows – send an outbound data feed, electronic notifications, or reports via SFTP.
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