Healthcare Innovation February 27, 2024
David Raths

Pittsburgh-based insurer says payer-derived insights delivered to existing provider workflows in Epic give a more complete view of a patient’s health

Pittsburgh-based Highmark Health says it is collaborating with Epic and Google Cloud to better support coordination across payers and providers.

Epic’s Payer Platform is designed to ease collaboration between insurers and healthcare providers. Highmark said that by connecting to Google Cloud, the insights shared with payers and providers can be used to inform consumers of the next best actions in their care journeys.

More than half of Highmark’s 7 million insurance plan members are currently attributed to an Epic provider. For every attributed member, Highmark said it anticipates closing approximately 2.5 care gaps automatically, with upwards of 300 percent...

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