Identify sources of low-value health care, why it happens, and how to reduce it
Low-value health care includes any services that are unnecessarily costly or not beneficial to patient health. Some examples are the overuse of unneeded services, under-use of needed care, services used to treat potentially avoidable complications (PACs), and services with large price differences based on where they are performed. This is the only tool that provides a comprehensive view and in-depth analysis of low-value care, so you know why it’s happening and where to focus your reduction efforts.
- Provides detailed aggregate and per-episode reports on types, amounts, and key drivers of low-value care
- Quantifies individual provider contribution to ineffective and inefficient care
- Creates a dashboard to track low-value care against benchmark comparisons, and hold providers and payers accountable
- Identifies “low-hanging fruit” to show your best opportunities for reducing low-value care.
- Helps ensure the delivery of needed services – while decreasing the level of unneeded care currently being delivered and paid for