The analytics journey to population health management

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Critical drivers and changing expectations are transforming the healthcare industry, and advanced technologies are driving population health management with analytics. Start your analytics journey at http://ibm.co/healthcareanalytics

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The analytics journey to population health management

  1. 1. The Analytics Journey to Population Health Management
  2. 2. Changing expectations and new technologies are critical drivers transforming the healthcare industry: HEALTHCARE TRANSFORMATION ibm.co/healthcareanalytics
  3. 3. Demographics and Lifestyle • Expectations for better quality, value and outcomes • Aging population and escalating incidence of chronic disease Increased Competition and Regulations • More regulations and compliance requirements • Technology enabled new competition Resource Shortages • Shortage of right skills, capabilities and supplies • Shortage of consumer and provider based services Healthcare-based driversI. ibm.co/healthcareanalytics
  4. 4. Connected and Open • Proliferation of mobile devices and Internet access • Fosters collaboration within the ecosystem Fast and Scalable • Anticipate unknown requirements and quickly address them • Reduced cost of innovation Increasing Complexity—Yet Highly Consumable • Increased but masked complexity • Analytics and insights to drive decision making Technology-based driversII. ibm.co/healthcareanalytics
  5. 5. ibm.co/healthcareanalytics Disease and Cost-of-Care Progression 20% of people generate 80% of costs Healthcare spending TIME 70% of US deaths are from chronic diseases Health status Early intervention Opportunities identification Early intervention Opportunities identification Healthy low risk At risk High risk Early clinical symptoms Active disease
  6. 6. ibm.co/healthcareanalytics Poor quality and outcomes, health care inefficiency, out-of-control costs Annual Excess Costs in Operational Processes
  7. 7. Transforming Healthcare through Population Health ibm.co/healthcareanalytics Definition: “The health outcomes of a group of individuals including the distribution of such outcomes within the group.” The transition from volume- to value-based care with the goals of improved health, improved care and reduced cost.
  8. 8. ibm.co/healthcareanalytics The Healthcare Data Environment • Batch, real time, streaming • Files, messages, transactions • Standards based (e.g., HL7), proprietary • Structured, unstructured • Text, images, sound • Complete, incomplete • Clean, dirty EMR ADT Claims Financial Supply Chain HIE Notes/Reports Reference/ 3rd Party Files Medical Devices Lab ER Surgery Codes Genomics Registries Images Voice Pathology of the world’s data was generated in just the last two years 90% The data environment is complex but represents an opportunity if it can be harnessed 80%of data in healthcare is unstructured • Batch, real time, streaming • Files, messages, transactions • Standards based (e.g., HL7), proprietary • Structured, unstructured • Text, images, sound • Complete, incomplete • Clean, dirty EMR ADT Claims Financial Supply Chain HIE Notes/Reports Reference/ 3rd Party Files Medical Devices Lab ER Surgery Codes Genomics Registries Images Voice Pathology of the world’s data was generated in just the last two years 90% The data environment is complex but represents an opportunity if it can be harnessed 80%of data in healthcare is unstructured of the world’s data was generated in just the last two years 90% 80% of data in healthcare is unstructured
  9. 9. ibm.co/healthcareanalytics The Healthcare Analytics Journey Enterprise-wide Data Insights Retrospective Reporting Proactive Interventions and Improved Outcomes Dynamic Learning for Optimal Care Guidance Basic reporting What happened? What is happening? What will happen? What is the optimal treatment? Foundational analytics Predictive and prescriptive Cognitive
  10. 10. ibm.co/healthcareanalytics “There is nothing more important [in healthcare] than the transition from traditional medicine to population health and the implications that will have. No outcome, no income.” Dr. David Nash Founding Dean, Jefferson School of Population Health
  11. 11. Start your analytics journey at ibm.co/healthcareanalytics

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