Relias Launches Population Health Solution for Behavioral Health...

Relias Launches Population Health Solution for Behavioral Health Provider Agencies, Associations and Payer Market

By Healthcare Tech Outlook | Thursday, September 05, 2019

MORRISVILLE, NC: Relias, a trusted partner to more than 10,000 healthcare organizations around the world and across the continuum of care announced the release of the Relias Population Health Solution, a cloud-based HIPAA Compliant Population Health Platform that helps payers and providers make actionable use of available data. The platform utilizes a variety of industry-standard, proprietary, and risk-based analyses at the consumer, population and provider level, fueled largely by paid claims and consumer health data. Analyzed with a set of over 200 evidence-based and standards-based measures, with a keen focus on behavioral and social health determinants, information is revealed that pinpoints the best opportunities to improve care and lower costs. Information highlighting opportunities for improvement is displayed in the standalone platform at the health plan, provider, service line, site location, care team and individual care coordinator level and can also be pushed via API to an external platform at the patient detail level.

Agencies and Plans need a unified technology platform that supports risk stratification tied to key performance measures to target focus, design and apply specific interventions at the group and patient level, engage in a continuous cycle of track and trend and have a single source of truth. The CQI built in capability creates ease of outcome and ROI reporting.

“The Relias Population Health Solution goes beyond simply identifying care gaps to stratifying risk and providing evidence-based treatment clinical considerations that are recommended to achieving optimal care,” explained Carol Clayton, PhD EVP of Population Health at Relias. “These care considerations can be used by care management and care coordinator teams to direct or inform best care actions.”

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