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As the industry moves to value-based care, payers need access to social and clinical data that improves quality and efficiency, reduces unnecessary care and improves the outcomes for individuals and communities. All while minimizing costs. That’s why 3M created a population management platform that aggregates data from various sources, compares populations and calculates the total cost of care so payers have the complete picture. Organizations can derive valuable data insights to help reimagine care delivery and deliver sustainable process improvements.
According to Definitive Healthcare (a company specializing in gathering comprehensive information and analytics on health care providers), over the past eight years, the number of U.S. states and territories that have implemented value-based care programs has spiked: rising from three states in 2011 to 48 in 2018. See how 3M’s performance management solutions can help your organization.
Creating a solid data foundation by acquiring, aggregating and refining disparate information, health plans can help improve patient health outcomes and decrease their costs.
By analyzing a solid data foundation, identifying opportunities to improve performance and designing an appropriate program to meet goals and track progress, payers are empowered to make long-term, sustainable changes.
3M can help payers develop strategies that offer incentives to influence behavior change within a health care system, while allowing health systems to implement initiatives that best suits their population.
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3M Health Information Systems has introduced a new technology platform that allows health care providers and payers to prioritize care and allocate resources for high risk individuals and patient populations. 3M™ Social Determinants of Health Analytics (3M SDoH) combines clinical, social and population health data to create a complete picture of patient health.
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Combining reliable data and performance management for a successful value-based health care system
The transition to value-based care requires implementing a performance management platform that aggregates data, compares populations and calculates the actual cost of care. With this type of platform you can derive valuable data insights to help drive process improvement.
Dealing with a pandemic this past year turned everything we thought we knew about life upside down, including health care. Now is the time to examine the breaks in the system, reimagine and reinvent health care in this country, with the goal of creating a model of patient-centered, directed, high-value care delivery.
CMS has indicated that social determinants of health (SDOH) are not just an adjunct element to our health care ecosystem, but are increasingly driving the definition of health care itself and the subsequent payment model. Health care professionals are being called on to manage the impact of social risks on the health of individuals and high-risk populations. Social risks include lack of housing or homelessness, unemployment, food insecurity, lack of transportation and other factors.
In this episode, Dr. Dan Knecht of CVS Health discusses how the company’s 2018 acquisition of Aetna is driving innovative, new programs where CVS clinical pharmacists are applying health plan data to identify gaps in care, improve medication adherence, and help patients manage chronic conditions like diabetes–all with the goal of helping people make progress on their unique health journeys.
3M services and solutions can help payers go beyond the data.
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