Predictive Analytics in Healthcare

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  1. Using Analytics to Make Payer-Provider Relations Less Adversarial, More Collaborative [An eBrief by mcol sponsored by LexisNexis]

    Health plans will not succeed under value-based payment programs without network providers who practice efficiently and effectively. But many providers grow skeptical when plans try to guide their practice behavior, and they often dig their heels in even deeper when plans try to use “data” to back up their claims.

    Today, future-thinking health plans are looking for ways to back up their practice guidance with concrete data – and then to turn data into information with proven analytics that help level the playing field among providers across geographical regions, population illness burdens and more. This e-brief is designed to help health plans better align their efficiency efforts with those of their network providers.

    http://register.healthwebsummit.com/lexisnexisebrief0316

    Ann Miller RN MHA

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  2. Using Analytics to Make Payer-Provider Relations Less Adversarial, More Collaborative

    Health plans will not succeed under value-based payment programs without network providers who practice efficiently and effectively.

    But many providers grow skeptical when plans try to guide their practice behavior, and they often dig their heels in even deeper when plans try to use “data” to back up their claims.

    Today, future-thinking health plans are looking for ways to back up their practice guidance with concrete data – and then to turn data into information with proven analytics that help level the playing field among providers across geographical regions, population illness burdens and more.

    Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA
    [LexisNexis]

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