[WHITE PAPER] Patient-Centered Medical Home:
A New (But Familiar) Path to Value-Based Care Delivery
As providers position themselves for success in a new world of value-based reimbursement,
PCMH has re-emerged as an ideal model
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Better Outcomes for Everyone
The Institute for Healthcare Improvement developed a framework that provides an approach for improving health system performance. That approach focuses on three composite measures: Improving the patient experience of care, reducing the per capita cost of care delivery, and improving the health of populations. Known as the “Triple Aim,” this framework serves as a guide post for providers pursuing value-based initiatives and population health management.
A number of industry analysts have worked to define the new competencies that providers will be required to develop and refine in order to effectively manage the health of populations. These include data aggregation, analytics, care management, and patient engagement. They have also highlighted the fundamental role to be played by primary care, and discussed the importance of care teams and integrated plans of patient care.
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How Enli is Different
Knowledge to Action™
Curated and codified evidence-based
guidelines and programs, delivered to
the point of care within 90 days of
Bi-Directional EHR Integration
Seamless integration with the EHR,
regardless of system of record.
A Market Leader
Recognized by industry analysts,
including KLAS, IDC Health Insights,
and Frost & Sullivan, as a top-rated
population health management solution.
Outcomes & Proven Results
Case Study: Academic Health Center
This health system operates a teaching hospital, a Level 1 trauma center, and has more than 100 clinics with 1,100 providers covering every medical specailty.
Enli population health management solutions were originally deployed in 2010 to 50 physicians and 150 medical residents serving high-risk populations. Approximately 85,000 patient lives are now managed on the Enli platform. Significant improvements in clinical outcomes include: