Hospitals administration can be slow and lack of communication. Everyone can relate to this matter. But is there a way hospital organization could be easier and smoother? Indeed, implementation of a CRM in hospitals can be done, always in order to maximize datas from customer, and provide a better service.
Population health analytics have been available for several years now, but many hospitals, health systems and health plans have been slow to adopt them. With payers increasingly emphasizing value-based reimbursement, you’d think all of these organizations would be moving rapidly to identify and stratify risk. So why has progress been so slow?
What we hear from both providers and health plans is the same concern: “Once I’ve identified and stratified patient risks, what do I do with this knowledge? The easy part is the analytics.”