NantHealth Unveils Population Health Management Tools to Help Payers and Providers Deliver on Value-Based Care Initiatives
NantHealth’s unified platform integrates multiple data sources so that payers and providers can proactively engage with patients and increase the quality of care, while reducing costs
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“Value-based care holds great opportunities in improving patient outcomes while mitigating unnecessary healthcare costs, yet there are still widespread challenges to its implementation,” said
NantHealth’s new population health management tools help payers and their providers unlock meaningful data at the point of care to:
Increase provider transparency
The “at-a-glance” user interface helps payer and provider care management teams take advantage of and inject actionable insights into their existing workflow without having to juggle separate portals or screens. Increasing transparency means payers can reduce risk while better aligning with providers, making sure patients get the right care at the right time.
Actively engaging patients and assigning care managers increases patient responsiveness and wellness resulting in happier providers and patients at lower costs.
By automating communications, including the transfer of health plan and patient clinical data and care information, primary care givers can refer the patient to the highest quality provider in the network and reduce network leakage.
NantHealth’s population health management tools are available to all health plans including customers of Eviti Connect, a world-class evidence-based treatment intelligence platform that supports better decision making, and NaviNet Open, an industry-leading secure, multi-payer platform that elevates the payer-provider relationship from transactional to collaborative, enhancing communication and boosting operational efficiency. For more information visit, nanthealth.com/products/population-health-management.
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