The type of patient data your practice gathers matters. If your data tends to be incomplete, incorrect, or difficult to extract and analyze, it can be challenging to deliver value-based care.
Without the ability to detect health concerns and trends, providers have a reduced opportunity to intervene sooner on their patients’ behalf.
Better data can improve the quality of care and lead to improved patient outcomes. How?
Providers and care teams who have access to timely, accurate, and consistent clinical data can receive a more comprehensive view of their patients’ health progress. This can then lead to better-informed and personalized care visits and patients receiving better care because of it.
How can your practice identify this data and leverage it to benefit your vulnerable populations? Since every patient population is different, it is vital that practices use risk stratification to apply specific care plans meant to benefit each of them. This is especially true for the Medicare population living with diabetes.
You’re invited to join us for the final session in our thought leadership webinar series discussing 3 Risk Stratification Strategies for your Diabetic Population.
Hosted live by Matthew Post, Senior Director of Innovation, on Tuesday, November 3 at 12 p.m. EST, you’ll learn how to identify the type of data you have and determine the solutions most beneficial for this specific population.