Maximizing the Value of CHF Population Management Programs with Advanced Analytics


Posted May 16, 2014


health care professional taking senior patient's pulse

About 5.1 million people have CHF, costing the nation an estimated $32 billion each year. But organizations can pre-empt these costs — and prevent complications — by applying data to gain a deeper understanding of their CHF patients. By creating more comprehensive patient risk profiles, providers can lay the groundwork for devising effective care management programs.

If you’re not sure which of your patients with congestive heart failure are at highest risk for hospitalization, you’re missing an opportunity to provide better care — and reduce health care costs. Using advanced analytics can help your organization make smarter clinical decisions, and better prepare it to take on clinical and financial risk. An Optum playbook shows you how.


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