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McKesson Enterprise Information Solutions
Tools to Help Improve Efficiency, Quality of Care and Financial Performance
Oconee Medical Center (OMC), Seneca, S.C., migrated from Horizon Clinicals® to Paragon® in just 15 months. The hospital selected Paragon because it’s easy to use, could help improve their quality of care, and reduce their total cost of ownership by $6.5 million over five years.
Within one month of going live, the hospital achieved 98% CPOE utilization and 100% compliance with physician progress notes. “Paragon is a one-stop shop for physicians. It has all the right tools to provide great patient care all together in one place. And yet, it’s customizable on your own facility level to make it easy to use,” said Jaymi Meyers, M.D., family practitioner, chief medical informatics officer, OMC.
OMC is excited about how Paragon is already improving their patient care, but they’re even more excited about what it can help them achieve in the future. As they bring their physician practices up on Paragon, they’ll begin to create a universal record that makes healthcare better for the community and easier for their organization to manage.
The Evolving Enterprise Imaging Market
The evolution of radiology has come at a time when demands for quality and safety are reaching a crescendo. An integrated informatics strategy is critical to supporting population health, patient safety, quality improvement and enhanced resource management. While healthcare IT solutions are increasingly robust, many organizations do not utilize the data they aggregate to its fullest potential — yet.
In this radiology e-book, The Evolving Enterprise Imaging Market, you will learn how:
- Analyzing data enabled one organization to implement point-of-service clinical decision support
- Energizing healthcare IT departments is changing the way care is delivered in the military
- Empowering physicians and reducing strain on infrastructure costs is possible with mobile technology
- Utilizing next generation analytics will help with dose management in the future and more.
The 2014 State of Value-Based Reimbursement
Healthcare is moving rapidly to incorporate measures of value into payment models, with more than two-thirds of payments expected to be based on value measurement in five years, up from just one-third today. That’s just one of many compelling findings contained in The 2014 State of Value-Based Reimbursement, an independent national research study of 464 payers and providers conducted by ORC International and commissioned by McKesson.
McKesson’s Medical Director David Nace, M.D., says these results point to a sea change in healthcare reimbursements, a change in attitude, and a call for action. In the study’s executive summary, Dr. Nace reviews a wealth of new data that can have a significant impact on strategic planning for payers and providers. He also advises stakeholders on the seven steps payers, providers, and clinicians can take today to start aligning towards value-based reimbursement models.
Big data in Healthcare & Cost Accounting
Value-Based Care: Evaluating Contract Profitability white paper outlines the challenges involved with performing population-level analyses, developing cost accounting and profitability analyses across care settings, evaluating care episodes and integrating quality data. It explores the limitations of targeted software solutions to provide cross-enterprise insights. Finally, it provides advice for healthcare executives regarding how to approach gathering quality and hospital cost accounting-related data and leverage technology and analytical expertise to drive risk-based contract success.
McKesson has been working with customers on value-based care for more than fifteen years. Dr. Jonathan Niloff, vice president and chief medical officer for McKesson Connected Care & Analytics division, and Deborah Bulger, executive director, product management, Enterprise Intelligence, have captured some of those learnings in this white paper.
Becoming an ACO: 7 Steps to Better Population Health
In an accountable care organization (ACO), a network of providers shares the financial risk and responsibility for healthcare management and service delivery for a large group of patients. Together, they work to find ways to improve population health and lower costs.
But successfully taking on financial risk for healthcare quality requires careful consideration and planning. As you move forward, learn about the seven steps that can help you make better financial decisions and set your ACO on the path to success.
Hospice & Home Health Regulations 2013 and Beyond
We face many regulatory requirements, including the upcoming transition to ICD-10 code sets and increased enforcement efforts, so it's important that your documentation stays up to date and reflects industry best practices. The blueprint for home health and hospice agencies is still evolving, including the importance of care coordination in the Affordable Care Act and the critical role played by home health agencies to keep patients from being readmitted to the hospital. You don't have to belong to an accountable care organization to participate in this important innovation.
Download our e-book which brings regulatory changes into focus and learn how 2013 will be pivotal for home health and hospice agencies.