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Posts Tagged ‘value based purchasing’

The Information Impact on Providers, Plans, and Consumers

Over the better part of the last decade, most healthcare organizations have significantly invested into technologies like EHRs with Care Management and Population Health support. These investments have equipped their healthcare practitioners with accurate information about their patients necessary to provide timely and appropriate quality clinical care to their patients. Certainly, CMS helped influenced some […]

Leveraging Analytics for Hospital Value Based Purchasing

Value based purchasing in healthcare has been discussed several times on our blog, most recently in the posts “Taking back the reins: Value-Based Purchasing in Healthcare” and “Maximizing Financial Rewards from Hospital Value Based Purchasing.” Last month, Perficient’s Martin Sizemore also co-presented a webinar with CitiusTech called “Hospital Value Based Purchasing: Leveraging Analytics Platform for […]

Top Technology Trends in Healthcare – May 2013

The healthcare IT field is rapidly developing and changing. Emerging technology and updated regulations put pressure on healthcare providers and health plans to stay ahead of the curve. Perficient creates a monthly list that explores some of the current topics and issues in health IT. This list examines the most talked about issues and technologies […]

Taking back the reins: Value-Based Purchasing in Healthcare

In a period of rapidly rising costs for healthcare and nagging questions about whether paying more for healthcare results in higher quality outcomes, purchasers of healthcare are looking for tools to measure, monitor, and improve the quality they are receiving for the health care dollar spent. Although there are numerous ways purchasers have approached these […]

Maximizing Financial Rewards from Hospital Value Based Purchasing

Hospital payments should be based on the quality of care delivered, not the number of people treated or tests run. So says Medicare’s Hospital Value Based Purchasing Program, which has put the pressure on hospitals to perform high quality care, not just quantity of services. Medicare delivers reduced reimbursement rates and hospitals earn back this […]