Managed Healthcare Executive January 22, 2022
Bevey Miner

Real-time notifications accelerate accurate care management. To deliver better and more timely care management to patients, payers should work with providers to adopt a technology-agnostic communication strategy .

Imagine being the quarterback who is unable to call the play until after the ball is snapped. Think of the chaos as tackles, running backs and other players do their best to advance the ball. But, with no direction, they are destined to fail.

Health plans and other payers are like that quarterback in terms of timely access to patient data. As patients move from physician to physician and care setting to care setting, a patient’s health plan is the only entity that can see a complete patient picture. The difficulty is...

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