Population health management (PHM)
End-to-end PHM support positively affects patient/member health outcomes and influence the cost curve.
Today’s healthcare professionals have significant opportunity to optimize population health—from insights gained through the analysis of administrative and clinical data to outcomes from patient care and coaching services.
The Sagility team provides end-to-end support and data mining so healthcare professionals can positively affect patient/member health outcome through PHM processes that also bend the cost curve.
Our 25,000 healthcare professionals, including 1,200+ clinical resources, employed across our provider and payer business lines, are brand ambassadors for our clients, actively supporting health information lines, nurse triage, level-of-care assessments, and wellness solutions.
Sagility’s unique combination of team and technology work together to optimize patient outcomes.
Our clinically skilled team members deliver:
According to the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions survey of hospital CEOs, population health analytics investment is the highest-rated priority for healthcare organizations.
Supported by rightshoring and innovations such as intelligent automation and omnichannel support
Enhanced patient and provider satisfaction, with enhanced Star ratings and NPS® and CSAT scores
Responsive customer care, with preventive patient care management and dramatically improved outcomes
Omnichannel (voice, chat, text) focus for optimized patient engagement
Through remote patient care and coaching
Provider-payer lifecycle expertise and focus comprising of PHM-focused data insights
Due to a better understanding of patient/member populations gained from data analytics
The datasets held by payers and providers can be different. For example, payers possess data on claims, financial analytics, and risk models. Providers have administrative and clinical data that include case histories and outcomes. Sagility has the payer and provider lifecycle expertise to bridge the data gap between these two organization types.
for complex populations
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