This Week's Challenge: High utilization of healthcare services, followed by clinical diagnoses, are the top attributes healthcare organizations use to stratify high-risk patients, according to HIN's survey, 2014 Healthcare Benchmarks: Stratifying High-Risk Patients. See the other attributes that organizations use for risk stratification purposes.
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2014 Healthcare Benchmarks: Stratifying High-Risk Patients, captures the tools and practices employed by dozens of organizations in this prerequisite for care management and jumping-off point for population health improvementódata analytics that will ultimately enhance quality ratings and improve reimbursement in the industry's value-focused climate.
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