Three ways technology can support providers as you transition to value-based care

Dec. 5, 2017

Moving from fee-for-service to value-based care has created monumental changes for providers, altering how we get reimbursed, how we care for patients, and how we document and coordinate care.

Technology is often positioned as a key enabler in achieving better health outcomes and providing more affordable care. We have invested in tools to digitize and connect electronic health records (EHRs) among care team members. We are identifying gaps in care, using patient-centric tools for informed patient engagement at the point of care, and developing tools that empower patients to be accountable members of their care team. However, technology can also increase the administrative burden for providers, contributing to physician dissatisfaction and burnout.

Practice transformation is a continuous process of building and aligning systems to succeed in a value-based environment by driving toward the Quadruple Aim: Reduced cost, improved outcomes, increased patient satisfaction and increased care team satisfaction. As you consider how technology solutions will be part of your transformation journey, here are three considerations to help ensure your technology can support providers as you embark on your own transformation to value-based care.

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