Outcomes-based contracts make plenty of sense, as they are designed to get organizations to work toward common goals.
The move toward the increased adoption of data warehouses and analytics has been on for quite some time in healthcare. Consider the following: The use of clinical data warehouse applications grew from just 25% in 2009 to 45% in 2014, according to a report from HIMSS Analytics.1 A more recently released report from MarketsandMarkets predicts that the healthcare data analytics market will reach $50.5 billion by 2024, up from just $14 billion in 2019. 2
“Following doctor’s orders.” It’s a phrase that intrinsically implies compliance. However, patients often dismiss doctor’s orders regarding their medication therapy regimens.
In order for healthcare organizations to succeed with their population health programs, they should strive to identify, prioritize and close open care gaps. However, this is easier said than done when they are faced with a number or challenges that limit them from a complete view of the patient or member.