New Survey Shows Population Health Management Solutions Are Falling Short
MARLBOROUGH, Mass., June 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Persivia, a provider of real-time value-based care, population health, Medicare Advantage, ACO, and quality management solutions, today shared findings from a new survey of healthcare leaders on their adoption and use of population health management (PHM) solutions. Commissioned from healthcare consultancy Sage Growth Partners, the survey found that PHM solutions are falling short, and the market has yet to produce PHM solutions that address core needs.
The survey of 244 healthcare leaders was conducted in April 2020, and found that only 41% are using a PHM solution or participating in value-based care (VBC) at all; the 59% not using PHM or participating in VBC were screened out of the remaining survey questions.*
Key findings include:
PHM solutions fall short; lack of clinician engagement and inability to convert data into action are top reasons to switch vendors
Operationalizing VBC is still challenging; identifying care gaps and actionable steps to close gaps are a pain point
"Most respondents are relying on their EHR rather than purpose-built PHM solutions, which is a problem," said Mansoor Khan, Persivia's CEO. "These survey findings reveal clear failures on the part of current PHM solutions to deliver on core needs necessary for care improvement – engaging clinicians and patients, creating actionable data, and impacting care coordination and management. It's imperative that healthcare providers get better data integration and liquidity to ensure they are truly managing the longitudinal health of their populations, something even more critical now, in a world that has been changed by COVID-19."
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