iHT² Research Report Findings – Episode Analytics: Essential Tools for New Healthcare Models Report
 

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  • 1. Episode Analytics: Essential Tools for New Healthcare Models
  • 2. Key Findings • Clinical Episodes = Right unit of analysis • Episode Analytics have advanced • Episode Analytics in use now
  • 3. Advances in Episode Analytics • Define (& modify) episode • Differentiate between typical, complication and unrelated services • Attribute patients to accountable providers • Quantify variation in utilization, cost, efficiency, quality • Measure adherence to protocols • Calculate actual vs. risk adjusted cost • View holistic patient care by linking episodes
  • 4. Episode Analytics Today
  • 5. Action Points • Analyze variations in episodes of care • Start with claims data • Go beyond traditional episode groupers • Attribute patients to correct managing physician • Measure adherence to evidence-based practice guidelines • Use the data to collaborate with payers
  • 6. Peter Chingos Sr. Solutions Architect Health Analytics Practice, Health & Life Sciences SAS North America peter.chingos@sas.com (919) 531-9685