This overview provides a high-level description of Applied Health Analytics’ approach and the service capabilities delivered to hospital and health system as they seek to ameliorate investments in community initiatives, Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) and health plans.
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This piece explores the impact two rising and deep-pocketed disruptors, CVS Health and Aetna, may have on traditional primary care and disease management business models. One strategy to help health systems compete is to construct commercial marketing competencies from the demand side.
This publication offers management teams contemplating a population health initiative insight into the common characteristics of successful population-health management programs.
This publication explores the steps small and mid-sized companies should take to mitigate self-funded risks by working with health systems and integrating strong analytics.
This publication helps hospitals and health systems understand the specific challenges and opportunities employers face in managing the health of its population.
A panel of CEOs, CIOs, venture capitalists and analysts selected Applied Health Analytics as a top 20 company at the forefront of tackling the challenges associated with modern-day data analytics.
This piece, featuring Applied Health Analytics and our partner, HEALTHWORKS by Carolinas HealthCare System, discusses the level of transparency and collaboration needed for employers to have the greatest impact on the health of their employees.
This piece demystifies the 2012 “A Review of the U.S. Workplace Wellness Market, ” researched and conducted by RAND Health, and commissioned by the U.S. Department of Labor and the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services.
This report examines the key pieces of the Act on workplace health-enhancement programs and how they relate to the data collected in Applied Health Analytics’ Software-as-a-Service application, bIQ.
This piece is our review of the Kaiser Family Foundation and Health Research & Educational Trust (HRET) annual survey that reflects private and non-federal, employer-sponsored health benefits in 2015.
Applied Health Analytics assessed the viability of a commercial market strategy at an East Coast health system to support primary care, volume growth, payer mix enhancement and population health management initiatives.
Applied Health Analytics provided a suite of software applications to a Southern medical center to help improve health outcomes, ensure health care remained at the local level and diversify its revenue streams.
Applied Health Analytics provided a senior executive to a Midwest health system contracted to act as in-market, interim manager of business development to build broker and benefit consultant relationships and sell the system’s commercial market strategy to local employers.
Applied Health Analytics deployed a senior executive to a faith-based, Southeastern health system to meet with senior executives and system-offered service lines to create partnerships and strategies for a successful commercial market initiative.
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