Population health improves only when the health outcomes of many individuals get better, which is the focus of value-based healthcare. Costs also accumulate from the care provided for individuals. By organizing teams to care for individuals with similar needs, a value-based approach enables expertise and efficiency, rather than rationing to drive costs down.
Empowering the clinical team to make decisions rather than an insurance utilization management administrator supports practitioner-client relationships. These relationships enable the delivery of effective and appropriate care. Broadening and integrating the services provided to members with similar clinical profiles achieves better outcomes by identifying and addressing gaps or obstacles that undermine clients’ health results.
Our Sevida Analytics enables healthcare organizations to continue to evolve their capacity to understand and meet the needs of their members. It runs algorithms on population segments to identify trends in zip codes, age groups, chronic conditions, and other targeted attributes, thereby categorizing members into risk groups and enabling population health initiatives to mitigate future health conditions and disparities.