Automation, Collaboration Deliver Higher Cost Savings: Adopt New Methods of Utilization Management and Bundled Payment StrategiesPosted in Cost and Quality Improvement, David Nace, MD, Value-Based Reimbursement on March 9th, 2012 by Sandy Cummings – Be the first to comment
A new urgency for collaboration among payers and providers and new technologies to make this collaboration efficient are breathing new life into old concepts. In the Managed Healthcare Executive March 2012 issue, David Nace, M.D., vice president and medical director for McKesson, outlines how automation can bring evidence-based decision support along with access to medical policies to the point of care for a more collaborative approach to UM that improves quality and costs savings. Dr. Nace also notes how automation and collaboration are also critical success factors in driving progress in bundled payment initiatives.
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