This Outlook Report examines the obstacles and opportunities for delivering the most relevant information to providers and patients during the decision-making process to reduce costs and improve care quality.
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This Outlook Report illustrates how executives developing strategies for an era of evolving consumer preferences can harness data and technology to accelerate transformation and lower the costs of care via new models of care.
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Although data around vaccine distribution in America is sorely limited and scattered, one pattern is becoming increasingly clear – those who have been affected by COVID-19 the most are getting vaccinated the least. Based on early data from 26 states, Black and Hispanic Americans are getting vaccinated at approximately half and one-third the rate of white Americans respectively, even after controlling for the demographic makeup of health care workers.This guide outlines how chief executives can create an action plan to increase confidence in the vaccine and improve accessibility in under-resourced communities.
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Health Evolution and Providence’s Digital Innovation Group aligned to produce a three-part series sharing Providence’s Digital Innovation Group’s experience with other innovators and to inform strategy development for battling COVID-19 and moving into the digital future.
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The Health Evolution CEO Guide to Artificial Intelligence in Health Care enables executives to understand how to navigate the unknown capability of AI as well as the potential disruption, challenges and opportunities. The guide is designed to inform CEOs in preparation for making critical decisions determining where AI fits into the organization’s digital transformation, broader mission and enterprise strategy.
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While behavioral health conversations have historically been carried out by specialists and centered on drugs and psychiatrists, today’s decision makers are engaging in more progressive and impactful discussions about innovation–from prevention and diagnosis to proactive vs. reactive intervention and treatment.
This shift toward innovation is desperately needed. Health care leaders across the ecosystem recognize the gravity of this growing problem and the importance of integrating medical and behavioral health to drive better outcomes for the “whole” patient.
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Traditional solutions, like higher deductibles, have not managed to improve outcomes or bend the cost curve. At the same time, consumer passivity is coming to an end. The market needs a major overhaul. That reality leaves many health care executives grappling with an increasingly common question: How should health care organizations redefine their network boundaries amidst uncertainty and record high costs? To answer that question, we gathered top executives for the Outlook on Redefining Networking Boundaries at the 2019 Health Evolution Summit.
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