POPULATION HEALTH ANALYTICS

A plan of action to reduce avoidable ED visits

A plan of action to reduce avoidable ED visits

June 1st, 2021
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Emergency Department Classification  |  
Population Health Management & Improvement

In our latest blog series, we’ll be taking a look at how the ACG System’s suite of tools can be used to understand emergency department […]

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Leverage emergency department data to reveal potential savings

Leverage emergency department data to reveal potential savings

May 17th, 2021
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Emergency Department Classification  |  
Population Health Management & Improvement

ED visits for non-urgent conditions strain limited health care resources, incur unnecessary health care costs and contribute to suboptimal care coordination. With the help of the ACG System, users can identify and address potentially avoidable ED visits, ultimately streamlining access to health services for patients while revealing potential health care savings.

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Quick Win #7 – Identify and Address Variation across a Population

Quick Win #7 – Identify and Address Variation across a Population

May 4th, 2021
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Population Health Management & Improvement

With a few simple steps, users of the ACG System can identify and diagnose variation in their specific patient groups, catching any potentially unnecessary variation in cost.

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Quick Win #6 – Optimize Existing Programs

Quick Win #6 – Optimize Existing Programs

April 20th, 2021
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Population Health Management & Improvement

The ACG System can help users confirm existing programs are running at optimal performance, and more finely target the right program for each patient, to make better use of resources.

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Quick Win #5 – Reduce Avoidable Emergency Department Visits

Quick Win #5 – Reduce Avoidable Emergency Department Visits

April 5th, 2021
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Emergency Department Classification  |  
Population Health Management & Improvement

Emergency Departments (EDs) are an essential link in the health care system. But ED visits for non-urgent conditions strain limited health care resources. The ACG System can help users identify and address these potentially avoidable visits.

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