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4 Ways to Achieve Value-Based Care: Part II

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Health data should be consolidated in one place.

Most patients have visited far more than one doctor in their life. Between moving, transitioning from a pediatrician to a primary care physician, and seeing specialists, patients have health information scattered all over the place. That's where consolidating health data comes in. A repository of health information would provide numerous benefits such as:   

  • Reduced paperwork
  • Fewer duplicate tests
  • Decreased risk of prescription conflicts
  • Opportunities to develop treatments and cures

Improvements made to the Electronic Health Record (EHR) like open access, streamlining data entry, and customized patient-friendly reports allow patients to access and understand their health information more easily. 

Download part II of our series to learn how population health managers can help move this effort.

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Don Hall, DrPH, CHES, Founder Wellsource

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