Electronic health records, clinical analytics and predictive algorithms are the leading critical elements for a health risk stratification infrastructure, according to the 2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Stratifying High-Risk Patients. The survey also examined six other health risk stratification infrastructure elements.
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2016 Healthcare Benchmarks: Stratifying High-Risk Patients captures the latest tools and practices employed by healthcare organizations across the care continuum as they risk-stratify patients and health plan members in preparation for care management.
This 40-page report, based on responses to HIN's second comprehensive industry survey on health risk stratification, assembles a wealth of metrics on indexing individuals by health severity before matching them to risk-related interventions—case management, health coaching, home health monitoring, or more intensive management.
And as organizations acclimate to segmenting populations by health risk levels, this report also documents the emerging trend of targeting 'rising risk' patients with the goals of encouraging behavior change and heading off adverse and costly health events and utilization.
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