Read “New Perspectives in Value-Based Care: Improving Risk Adjustment Accuracy for High-Risk Members” to gain insights on value-based care and improved risk adjustment accuracy for high-risk members.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, approximately 6 in 10 adults in the United States had a chronic condition and 90% of the nation’s health care expenditures went for people with chronic and mental health conditions. In fact, chronic conditions accounted for 7 of the 10 leading causes of death in the United States. The onset of the pandemic has highlighted the importance of chronic disease prevention and care, especially given that chronic conditions increase the severity of COVID-19.
In response, more healthcare organizations now embrace the transition to value-based care to combat rising healthcare costs and focus on preventative care, particularly as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has ramped up its promotion of value-based programs to reduce overall costs and improve quality care for Medicare beneficiaries.
DataLink’s latest white paper highlights how gaining accurate identification and documentation of chronic conditions is essential to patient health, safety and the reduction of medical costs.
Because the accurate identification and documentation of chronic conditions are essential to patient health, safety and the reduction of medical costs, a data-driven approach can provide a comprehensive view of the patient’s care journey.
DataLink’s Evoke360 value-based care enablement solution effectively enables providers to identify open care gaps for proactive closure and provides payer-agnostic data to inform clinical, quality and risk adjustment programs for improvements in quality, risk adjustment scores and patient outcomes.
Our comprehensive payer-agnostic solution captures data from disparate sources, allowing 360-degree visibility into the patient’s health status. These real-time insights align the payer, provider and patient with one solution that proactively closes care gaps to ensure a complete health status for improvements in care delivery and health outcomes.