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Comprehensive Solutions to Help You Successfully Transition to Value-based Care and Population Health Management
If you ask ten healthcare professionals to define population health management (PHM), you’re likely to get ten different responses; from risk identification and stratification to patient outreach, care coordination, dashboards and registries, and more. ZeOmega’s approach to PHM is broader and more comprehensive and incorporates Triple Aim thinking. We believe effective PHM platforms should incorporate capabilities in five key areas.
We offer a seamless, end-to-end, scalable platform that gives healthcare organizations all of the tools and technological capabilities they need to improve the overall health and well-being of the individuals they serve while lowering the cost of care and remaining compliant with industry and regulatory standards.
A successful transition to PHM or value-based care starts with setting the right, measurable goals around cost, quality, compliance, and patient satisfaction, and having the capabilities to measure your progress. Simplifying the management of multiple risk-based care models – current and future – is key to achieving those goals.
Effective PHM requires streamlining interoperability across multiple systems in different care settings. You need capabilities to build a logical storehouse of the individual’s information, which then becomes the foundation to obtain actionable intelligence on them.
Organizations must rationalize existing resources to identify and pursue opportunities to improve care. Analytics must be both retrospective and predictive. Structured and unstructured data, along with the individual’s clinical and psychosocial factors, are essential to recommend the next best steps to take for them.
Most health decisions are made outside the hospital and the doctor’s office. As team-based approaches take hold, data transparency and mobile tools that meet the care team and patient where they are become critical.