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Midwest Health Collaborative (MHC) was charged with bringing financial and clinical data to member hospital systems’ to drive population health initiatives. However, complicated charts and clunky reports hindered user adoption.
MHC addressed these challenges thru a user-drive design that enabled a deep understanding of users and their initiatives, to deliver solutions in response to their specific needs.
This is driving superior decision making and measurable value. The Population Health Engine enables executives to instantly identify a strategy to maximize revenue across contracts, contract managers to set tactical plans in line with that strategy, and care coordinators to execute those plans by generating lists of specific patients with quality care gaps for outreach. This is reducing waste and driving rapid responses to shifts in population risks, enabling fast detection of changes in spending and quickly identifying areas of concern for remediation.