Reinventing Utilization Management To Bring Value To The Point Of Care

Reinventing Utilization Management to Bring Value to the Point of Care

  • June 6, 2017

How an automated exception-based approach can make UM more efficient and effective By Nilo Mehrabian How can health systems deliver the right care, at the right cost, in the right setting, without overwhelming delivery and reimbursement systems with administrative burden? The shift from volume to value-based care requires the deft combination of value-based delivery (enabled through actionable intelligence and new care delivery models) and value-based payment (enabled through select provider networks and new reimbursement models). Providers and payers must operate across a transparent, administratively simple, shared ecosystem. This giant leap from today’s world in which healthcare stakeholders currently operate might…

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McKesson Entity Now Change Healthcare

McKesson Entity Now Change Healthcare

  • May 6, 2017

McKesson Technology Solutions and Change Healthcare have merged to create a new healthcare information technology company. The new Change Healthcare includes all of Change Healthcare's businesses and the majority of McKesson Technology Solutions, and will employ about 15,000 people. Read the article

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New Version Of Clinical Decision Support Released

New Version of Clinical Decision Support Released

  • April 11, 2017

McKnight's covered the launch of InterQual 2017, the latest version of the evidence-based clinical decision support solution. McKnight's reports this new release includes more than 120 new criteria and enhancements that help enable faster, safer, and better clinical decisions at the point of care. Read the Article  

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Short-Stay Inpatient Rate Is Zero? Time For Documentation Improvement

Short-Stay Inpatient Rate is Zero? Time for Documentation Improvement

  • May 11, 2016

Hospitals will need to reevaluate their documentation improvement programs because of revisions to the two-midnight rule, which allow for a case by case review of less-than-two-midnight stays. The quality improvement organizations have stated that the review will include InterQual screening criteria. Read the article

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