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Value-Based Care and Population Level Health Data Services

As the reimbursement models change for healthcare providers, moving from fee-for-service to reimbursement based upon quality outcomes and patient satisfaction, it is becoming increasingly important for providers to know and understand the population level health data of their patients. This is the level of data that payers are using as a basis for reimbursement based upon quality and satisfaction. This is the type of data that can be used to improve the quality of care at your site and is presently used in Patient-Centered Medical Homes and Accountable Care Organizations.

Results you can expect using Bryant's Population Level Health Management Services

Population level health management is complex and Bryant's will work with you to assess the health data of your patients in order to improve the overall patient health. Working with you we can:

  • Improve the chronic disease management of your patient population
  • Improve utilization of prevenetion and wellness programs
  • Identify the sources of useful data, such as payer data, registry data and EHR databanks
  • Create Scorecards that present the data that is immediatly useful to the practice and to individual providers
  • Identify ways to improve patient outcomes and decrease the cost per patient
  • Monitor data for changes and trends
  • Improve your patient satisfaction scores

How will Bryant's work with you in managing population level health?

Bryant's is very flexible in working with you. Bryant's can travel to your site and work face-to-face. Bryant's can use modern technolgy such as GoToMeeting, Skype or Apple Facetime to "meet" with you "face-to-face". Bryant's will first work to identify the goals and outcomes you want and need. Then Bryant's will translate your goals into processes that can meet your goals as well as identify indicators that measure your progress. Bryant's will create reports that describe your progress as measured by the indicators and identify what can be done to better reach your goals.

Are you ready to act?

Does this program seem right for you? Would you like to know more? Contact Bryant's at 616-826-1699 or email Bryant's at t.bryant@alumni.utexas.net. Be sure to include your name and contact information.

Click here to go to the main Services page or here to learn more about the Quality Improvement Mentoring program.

 

 

 

 


Donald Tex Bryant
Phone (616) 826-1699
t.bryant@alumni.utexas.net

 

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Following are four articles that focus on population level health management. These four are newsletters written earlier that will give you a great overview of the nature of poulation level health management coupled with predictive analytics.

1. Find out about the processes of population health management and predictive analysitcs.

2. Using population health management processes effectively means having good partners. Find out how to develop good partners that can improve the care of your patients.

3. The population depends upon the point of view of the provider. Different providers--clinics, health departments, hospitals--have different populations. The work of providing population level health management depends upon the the type of provider.

4. Implementing a population health mangagment system begins with setting goals. This article focuses on goal setting, teamwork and how two different providers successfully implemented a population health management system. The systems the two developed are quite different but both are effective.

 

One way to improve value is by cutting the costs and use of low-valued tests and treatments. You can find an excellent article online by clicking here

 

There are many capablities that a provider organizination needs in order to thrive in a value-based reimbursement environment. You can read online a very good article with details about this at this link.

 

A recent survey details the plans of providers to transition to value-based care. The survey indicates too the rise in demand for expertise in helping providers transition. Read more online here..