POPULATION HEALTH ANALYTICS

Going Beyond the Risk Score – The Importance of Diving Deeper

Going Beyond the Risk Score – The Importance of Diving Deeper

November 15th, 2022
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ACG 101  |  
Population Health Management & Improvement  |  
Risk Stratification & Population Segmentation

Risk scores have long been a focus among health care systems for calculating the disease burden of a specific member or population. While these scores […]

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Risk Stratification 101: What is it and how is it used?

Risk Stratification 101: What is it and how is it used?

July 5th, 2022
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ACG 101  |  
Risk Stratification & Population Segmentation

A patient’s care plan typically includes an assessment of their health risk. Does the patient have a history of non-compliance with medications? Are they more […]

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Using the ACG System’s New Segmentation Module to Target Actionable Patient Groups

Using the ACG System’s New Segmentation Module to Target Actionable Patient Groups

February 10th, 2022
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Population Health Management & Improvement  |  
Risk Stratification & Population Segmentation

Johns Hopkins HealthCare (JHHC), the managed care division of Johns Hopkins, has been a long-time user and test site for the Johns Hopkins ACG System. […]

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Addressing multimorbidity is critical to an effective population health strategy

Addressing multimorbidity is critical to an effective population health strategy

November 17th, 2021
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Population Health Management & Improvement  |  
Risk Stratification & Population Segmentation

In the population health analytics world, we know that patients with multiple health conditions (or “multimorbidity”) have unique health needs that present numerous challenges to […]

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A more advanced segmentation model that enables action

A more advanced segmentation model that enables action

October 21st, 2021
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Risk Stratification & Population Segmentation

As we’ve discussed in previous posts, segmentation is a vital tool for dissecting data and understanding patient needs. Today, ACG System users can utilize various […]

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Population Segmentation 101

Population Segmentation 101

September 22nd, 2021
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ACG 101  |  
Risk Stratification & Population Segmentation

In the population health analytics world, population segmentation is an integral part of data analysis, and the ACG System relies on population segmentation to provide […]

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The ACG System helps providers understand and tackle a tidal wave of delayed health care during COVID-19 pandemic

The ACG System helps providers understand and tackle a tidal wave of delayed health care during COVID-19 pandemic

December 17th, 2020
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COVID-19  |  
Population Health Management & Improvement  |  
Risk Stratification & Population Segmentation

As patients catch up on unmet health care needs, the tidal wave of utilization will further challenge providers and health plans. Here are a few ways the ACG System can help providers navigate this newest stage of the pandemic.

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The ACG System drives analytics, supporting delivery of customized care to those most at risk during COVID-19 pandemic in the UK

The ACG System drives analytics, supporting delivery of customized care to those most at risk during COVID-19 pandemic in the UK

October 23rd, 2020
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COVID-19  |  
Risk Stratification & Population Segmentation

CASE STUDY! A UK provider team used the ACG System to identify their patients at highest risk from COVID-19.

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The ACG System helped keep this onsite clinic provider one step ahead of COVID-19

The ACG System helped keep this onsite clinic provider one step ahead of COVID-19

October 9th, 2020
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COVID-19  |  
Risk Stratification & Population Segmentation

CASE STUDY! A provider of on-site workplace clinics saved more than $22.5 million.

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