Free White Paper: Stratifying High-Risk Patients in 2014: Procurement, Integrity of Clinical Data Challenge Segmentation

Across the healthcare continuum, a range of tools and practices help to identify and stratify high-risk, high-cost patients and determine appropriate interventions. Most critical to the stratification process is clinical patient data, say an overwhelming 87 percent of respondents to the Healthcare Intelligence Network’s (HIN) inaugural survey on Stratifying High-Risk Patients. However, obtaining and verifying patient data remain major challenges for many respondents.

Stratifying High-Risk Patients in 2014: Procurement, Integrity of Clinical Data Challenge SegmentationDownload this HINtelligence report for more data on stratifying high-risk patients including program components, prominent conditions among high-risk patients and successful workflows, tools and processes. Click here to download the report today.

Customized reports, including benchmark results by industry sector, are available upon request.

This white paper is an excerpt from 2014 Healthcare Benchmarks: Stratifying High-Risk Patients, which captures the tools and practices employed by dozens of organizations in this prerequisite for care management and jumping-off point for population health improvement—data analytics that will ultimately enhance quality ratings and improve reimbursement in the industry's value-focused climate. Click here for more information.

This 40-page report, based on responses to HIN's inaugural industry survey on health risk stratification, assembles a wealth of metrics on indexing by severity the most vulnerable patients and health plan members and matching them to risk-related interventions—case management, health coaching, home health monitoring, or more intensive management.

The report, which breaks down findings by high-responding industry sectors, is inclusive of the following data set:

  • Prevalence of programs to identify and risk-stratify high-risk, high-cost individuals;
  • Attributes of high-risk patients;
  • Components of risk stratification infrastructure;
  • Patient data considered during stratification;
  • Indices and screens used to assess risk;
  • Interventions available to high-risk individuals;
  • The most successful tools, process or workflows employed in risk stratification programs, in respondents' own words; and
  • ROI, successes and challenges related to health risk stratification.
and much more.

Reserve your copy of 2014 Healthcare Benchmarks: Stratifying High-Risk Patients today online at:
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Melanie Matthews
Executive Vice President
The Healthcare Intelligence Network

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