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- The Benefits to Brokers, Self-Funded Employers of Leveraging Healthcare Quality Transparency
When the success and shortcomings of these healthcare providers and facilities is made public, it helps to foster an arena for constant competitive improvement in the marketplace. Providers and facilities are made more accountable and healthcare consumers get the proverbial “bigger bang for their buck."
- Wellness: Better Data, Better Buy-in, Better Savings
Population health has many definitions which are often pigeonholed to fit a specific market or agenda. Its end goal, however, is unequivocal: to manage the health of a given patient population to improve outcomes and keep costs in check. And without recent advancements in health technology, data aggregation and data analysis, case managers, data scientists and benefits managers alike would not have the tools and actionable intelligence necessary to make lasting improvements to the populations they manage. Wellness programs would not improve a health plan or reduce costs as effectively if case managers were missing crucial data sets of the population.
- Nurse Care Navigators' Value to the Self-Insured Health Plan
To nurse care navigators, care management is exactly that – managing people with care.
Mentoring clinicians and health plan professionals in learning how to guide and support people, wherever they are on the healthcare continuum, is my opportunity to pass on the secrets of population health management that so many wonderful professionals have shared with me.
Making a difference in people's health, while optimizing resources so that people and health plans get the desired results, is my idea of success.
- Telecommunication (Telemedicine) And Healthcare Management
Technology has significantly advanced within the healthcare industry over the past decade. From the Affordable Care Act to wearable device technology, healthcare is transitioning to a more comprehensive, accessible, interoperable and personalized way of managing population health. Employers, health insurance brokers and health plan providers who do not adapt to the rapidly shifting health management landscape will struggle to keep up with the clinical and financial outcomes of those who embrace the new opportunities provided by modern day technology.
- How The New Broker Can Take The Lead With Predictive Modeling
Data analytics is the current and most effective means to achieving population health management, but let’s face it: To many employers, population health management is merely a health-benefits catchphrase, an empty expression that represents a goal but lacks the means to achieve it. However, in the right hands, data analysis is much more than that. Data analysis gives brokers the edge to fulfill population health management goals by providing common-sense human interactions to take action on the steps identified for plan performance.
- Barbara Rutkowski, EdD, MSN, CCM - Vice President, Clinical Operations
Dr. Rutkowski is a Medical Management Professional with more than twenty years of experience in operations, integrated medical management for Medicare and self-insured employers, hospital and managed care quality, and employee development.
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