POPULATION HEALTH ANALYTICS

ACG System offers large-scale providers tools to measure and improve performance

ACG System offers large-scale providers tools to measure and improve performance

January 13th, 2021
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Population Health Management & Improvement

Learn how the ACG System can be used to illuminate key patient characteristics across populations, compare populations to a national reference on a casemix adjusted basis, and understand risk-adjusted outcomes across patient groups.

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The ACG System is an essential tool in helping providers manage multiple chronic conditions

The ACG System is an essential tool in helping providers manage multiple chronic conditions

December 22nd, 2020
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Care Management  |  
Population Health Management & Improvement

Two analytics tools within the ACG System for managing patients with multiple chronic conditions.

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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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ACG 101: How can the ACG System address the health care challenges of the future?

ACG 101: How can the ACG System address the health care challenges of the future?

December 10th, 2020
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ACG 101

A quick look at key features of the ACG System.

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