Innovaccer exhibited its holistic healthcare delivery suite at Becker's 8th Annual Meeting
The landscape of U.S. healthcare is changing with new payment models, leadership transformations, technological advances and increasing uncertainty in the immediate future.
Healthcare leaders from all over the U.S. met at Becker's Hospital Review's 8th Annual Meeting to confront the challenges prevalent in the healthcare space.
Innovaccer exhibited there to share its journey with the healthcare leaders there and how its proprietary product, Datashop, helped customers deliver better clinical and financial outcomes in a value-based ecosystem.
The major focus was on addressing the most basic needs of modern day healthcare, such as:
● Building a future-ready ecosystem for healthcare
Healthcare has begun the shift from quantity to quality. From here on out, the road we all will be traveling on will lead us to value-based reimbursement. Today, it is extremely important to be able to track and report the quality of care being delivered to generate savings.
As a patient, you would want to stay away from diseases in the first place, and even if they get to you, you will welcome the best outcomes! Imagine if your health coach was able to inform you beforehand about your health's alarming levels and help you prevent any disease!
Innovaccer exhibited its holistic healthcare delivery suite that helps healthcare organizations to transition to a value-based ecosystem in seven procedural steps.
● Getting rid of manual work
Imagine you become a physician after working hard in your medical college and then you have no choice but to spend more time on the paperwork than you do on your patient! This is very common in modern day healthcare.
Healthcare isn't about filling excel sheets! It's about saving lives, and that should be the ultimate focus of the care teams.
Innovaccer's intuitive dashboards provide care teams with a manual override to set priorities and strategies by automating the workflows for the care teams. This helps physicians spend more time with patients than on computer screens.
● Making healthcare interoperable
Everyone is convinced that healthcare needs to connect care teams for better care delivery. Despite the fact that we have digitized healthcare, we face constant challenges because of obsolete technologies being used these days.
Today, we need a kind of connectivity that not only connects physicians together, but also integrates labs, pharmacies, SNFs and all other care points. Innovaccer, with its more than 64 connectors to data systems, is ready to bring bi-directional interoperability in healthcare networks.
● Care experience
A very important factor of care is the experience that a caregiver gets and delivers to the patients. It not only has a major impact on the performance of the network but also builds a relation of trust between patients and care teams.
Frequent follow-ups, ease of care, etc., are some of the few things that are regarded as major experience boosters. Innovaccer delivers automated portals to generate personalized care plans and connect with patients on a regular basis.
● Analytics for better understanding
Crunching the massive data from disparate sources to generate actionable insights on performance trends, growth and areas for improvement in real-time is the need of the hour. The networks that are geographically spread face a major setback here, as collecting the data is itself a challenge – forget about running analytics on it.
Datashop's Integrated Data Lake has the capability to integrate and crunch the data for actionable insights in real-time to deliver accurate data in the right time for right care.
This year at Becker's 8th Annual Meeting, many questions were answered, many challenges were discussed and many solutions brainstormed. However, it remains to be seen if we can implement the discussed solutions and achieve the holistic transformation to value-based care.
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