Competition, consolidation and compliance – three “C’s” that are common conversation starters at most healthcare organizations. Whether born out of a federal mandates or market forces, they play a primary role in influencing physician-hospital relationships, physician-patient relationships and physician-physician relationships. All of which hold equal weight in the quest for value-based care.
Relationships between health care providers are growing more complex and insight into these connections are critical to support activities tied to strategic planning, operational efficiency and service excellence. Access to a single, accurate and holistic view of physician information has never been more important to influencing both business and clinical outcomes than it is today.
Realize the benefits of M&A activity faster and with less disruption
Enhance provider and patient satisfaction scores with transparent communication
Streamline the credentialing and privileging process for physicians
Improve physician retention rates and optimize referrals with administrative simplification
Further the value of your clinical integration network to recognize efficiency gains
Ease the burden of ensuring compliance with federal policies and legislation
As the market consolidates, independent physician practices have become a thing of the past; making way for large, integrated care networks. Keeping track of an ever-growing physician network and it’s data has become a complex challenge facing IT leaders. Download this Advisory Note to learn how hospital can utilize Master Data Management (MDM) technology to maximize the value of their acquisition without disruption.
How many providers are currently part of our network?
Who are our highest performing physicians in terms of volume and care quality?
What locations and facilities are serving the highest volume of patients?
Are there any locations within our geographic regions that are underutilized?
How can we more effectively refer patients to specialists within their region?
How satisfied are our providers and might we lose any to a competitor?