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Succeed in value-based reimbursement models with real-time patient data

With proactive alerts and real-time patient data, care transitions and communication are optimized for better outcomes, increased profitability, improved patient experience, and reduced readmissions.

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The Shift to Value-Based Care

With the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) driving changes in healthcare reimbursement, it is important to understand the reason behind the transition to value-based care, its benefits, and to know there are solutions and support available to help maximize success

Understanding Fee For Service (FFS) vs. Value-Based Care (VBC)

Fee-for service is the traditional reimbursement model in healthcare. Under this model, providers are reimbursed based on the volume of services or procedures they perform. Under value-based care models, provider reimbursement is determined by the quality of care delivered by providers and patient outcomes.

Benefits of Value-Based Care

There are many benefits to value-based payment models, including improved patient satisfaction, a reduction in healthcare delivery costs, and improved health of the patient populations being cared for. With value-based models becoming increasingly popular, this drives the need for more collaboration and coordinated care between hospitals, physician clinics, health plans, post-acute providers, and other players in the care continuum.

Technology and Insights to Optimize Value-Based Healthcare

Optimize transitions of care with real-time data and notifications delivered in-workflow

Gain visibility into your patients’ acute and post-acute encounters through customized notifications and reports delivered through curated methods, including EHR integration.

Reduce avoidable readmissions with intelligent risk scoring, advanced analytics, and chart-level data

Zero in on at-risk patients who may need extra attention. Real-time analytics and clinical data, such as medication lists and vitals, help care managers prioritize their worklists and focus on patients at highest risk of readmission.

Improve patient satisfaction and outcomes with collaborative shared insights

Share individual patient insights with EDs, SNFs, and other providers within and beyond your network, ensuring the right care is delivered at the right time and ultimately driving better clinical and financial outcomes.

Manage your network from a single pane of glass

Use live, automated dashboards to understand how your SNF network is performing on key metrics such as readmissions and length of stay. Monitor trends and drill down to identify drivers sooner than waiting for claims data.

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Proven Outcomes


reduction in all-cause 30-day readmissions at hospital partner in Oregon


reduction in avoidable readmissions at skilled nursing provider partner’s 3 facilities in Oregon


reduction in post-acute readmissions within the first 30 days


reduction in all-cause 30-day readmissions at hospital partner in southwest Washington


reduction in the cost of care and a 7% drop in avoidable admissions at ACO in Washington


of transitions fully electronic, saving time and reducing mistakes
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Customer Stories

How ACOs can Benefit from ED Optimization

For ACOs and other organizations with an emphasis on accountability and value-based care, meeting regulations established by CMS and ONC is key to ensuring patients are receiving the best care possible while avoiding penalties. It can be difficult to know where to begin coordinating care with navigating several care teams and providers. This whitepaper provides a starting point for ACOs looking to help patients and lower costs.

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