IDC Health Insights' Value-Based Healthcare IT Transformation Strategies provides in-depth research on the critical technologies for both public and private value-based initiatives. Research will address the key challenges facing healthcare organizations and cover the following themes: predictive analytics for risk stratification, machine learning to drive patient engagement, continued analysis of the population health management market including post–acute care and the management services offerings modeling, and operational best practices for management of value-based initiatives. Research will continue to support healthcare organizations' digital transformation.
This service develops comprehensive data and unique analysis by focusing on topical surveys, primary research, secondary research, and insights from industry experts, practitioners, and vendors. Uniquely among analyst firms, IDC Health Insights has an integrated research model that includes the new and emerging intersections and changing relationships among all healthcare stakeholders.
Throughout the year, this service will address the following key themes:
- Best practices for machine learning for risk stratification
- Market landscape for management services for population health
- Market adoption of personalized multichannel outreach to improve patient engagement
- Innovators in the patient engagement market
- Best practices for patient engagement for value-based health
Key Questions Answered
Our research addresses the following issues that are critical to your success:
- How best should healthcare organizations introduce machine learning into their organizations?
- How to introduce and manage post–acute care population health?
- What is the road map for digital information transformation in healthcare?
Who Should Subscribe
This service is ideally suited for healthcare technology and business executives who are involved in establishing and managing value-based programs. Both health plan and provider chief executive officers, chief financial officers, medical directors, chief information officers, and vice presidents and directors of business units involved in accountable care will benefit from the research from Value-Based Healthcare IT Transformation Strategies.