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Turn insight into action with our Health Care Executive Toolkit

White Paper Published By: Optum
Published:  Nov 20, 2017
Type:  White Paper
Length:  18 pages

Health care is changing. Spurred by delivery and payment reform and changing patient expectations, providers face the daily struggle of care quality while still controlling costs. New care delivery models rely on the benefits of population health management like improved quality, strong care delivery networks, good health plan relationships and better patient engagement.

Unlocking value and achieving growth depends on accurate, comprehensive and actionable data. Yet health care executives often instead face data silos, patient care delivered outside the primary care system, and outcomes affected by social determinants that seem beyond a physicianís control.

The resources within this toolkit are designed to help you take immediate action to assess, refine and expand your organizationís ability to deliver improved care quality while controlling costs.

This toolkit will allow you to:

  • Gain actionable resources to implement immediately to improve quality while controlling costs.
  • Discover the secrets to unlocking value and achieving growth in the modern health care landscape.
  • Acquire valuable resources to help elevate a range of operations, from PHM to contracting to analytics.

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