The wave of age-in Baby Boomers heading for Medicare offers great opportunities for Medicare Advantage (MA) plans. These age-ins are increasingly sophisticated and tech-savvy consumers with high expectations from their health plans. This shift is driving savvy MA plans to leverage new technology solutions and partners.
This Magnet-recognized hospital surpassed even its stretch goal for pressure injury prevention thanks to the LEAF◊ Patient Monitoring System, a system designed to help staff improve turn protocol adherence.
In this e-guide, find out how healthcare providers in Australia and the rest of APAC have successfully tapped the power of data analytics and other related technologies to advance digital health and better position themselves to cope with the growing demand for healthcare.
Alternative care delivery and payment models are key to making the transition to value-based care, and ensuring these models provide the right incentives is critical. How do payers and providers collaborate to get it right? This panel will explore what it takes to design innovative care delivery and payment models.
The American Cancer Society estimates that over 1,600 Americans die from cancer each day.1No longer just a technology with promise, the Galleri multi-cancer early detection (MCED) test has arrived. Learn how leading health systems are implementing cutting-edge programs to screen for cancer and intervene early.
The healthcare industry is facing an increasingly tough business climate dominated by increasing costs and prices, tightening margins, staffing upheaval, and state-level policymaking. Use this research to understand the most urgent challenges, greatest opportunities and how to prepare a strategy.
Improving member engagement has long been at the top of any payer's wishlist, and now with hiring challenges, helping staff work top-of-license is also at the top of that list. Paramount's goals were to improve member engagement reduce health risk to reduce avoidable utilization.
To realize the full benefit of value-based care arrangements, payers and providers need to make good use of vast amounts of healthcare data. While this data contains a wealth of patient insights, most healthcare organizations lack the resources, technology, and time required to leverage its true value.