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According to a new market research report "Population Health Management Market By Component (Software, Services), End User (Healthcare Providers, Healthcare Payers, Employer Groups, Government Bodies), Mode of Delivery (Web-based, Cloud-based, On-premise), Region - Global Forecast to 2021" published by MarketsandMarkets, this report studies the global market for the forecast period of 2016 to 2021. This market is expected to reach USD 42.54 Billion by 2021 from USD 13.85 Billion in 2016, growing at a CAGR of 25.2%. Browse 65 market data Tables and 34 Figures spread through 146 Pages and in-depth TOC on "Population Health Management Market" Early buyers will receive 10% customization on this report. The global population health management market is segmented on the basis of component, mode of delivery, end user, and region. Based on component, the Population Health Management market is categorized into software and services. The software segment is expected to command the largest share of the global population health management market in 2016. PHM software includes web-based and cloud-based solutions. The advantage of these solutions is that the service provider maintains and upgrades the software and eliminates the buyer's responsibility of server support and maintenance, which enables the buyer to focus on their core business. On the basis of end user, the global population health management market is segmented into healthcare providers, healthcare payers, employer groups, and government bodies. In 2016, the healthcare providers segment is estimated to account for the largest share of the global population health management market. The large share of this segment is attributed to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program in the U.S. (which is aimed at lowering healthcare costs by making use of novel solutions such as population health management) as well as the high demand for PHM solutions among healthcare providers owing to various benefits offered by these solutions. The Medicare initiative to penalize hospitals for unnecessary readmissions is another factor contributing to the growth of this market segment. On the basis of region, the global market is divided into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Rest of the World. In 2016, North America is poised to account for the largest share of the population health management market, followed by Europe and Asia-Pacific. However, the Asia-Pacific market is slated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Factors such as the implementation of a number of PHM programs to improve population health in Australia, growing medical tourism in Asia, rapidly growing healthcare industry in India, efforts taken to digitalize the healthcare system in China, investments and reforms to modernize China's healthcare infrastructure, and new outline by Japan's information and communication technology fund are driving the population health management market in the Asia-Pacific region. The implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the U.S., government support for the prevention of diseases and adoption of HCIT, growth in geriatric population and the subsequent increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases, need for affordable treatment options due to the rising healthcare costs, and advancing IT and big data capabilities are expected to drive the growth of the market in the coming years. Cerner Corporation (U.S.), McKesson Corporation (U.S.), Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc. (U.S.), Healthagen, LLC. (U.S.), OptumHealth (U.S.), IBM Corporation (U.S.), Epic Corporation, Inc. (U.S.), Conifer Health Solutions, LLC (U.S.), Health Catalyst, LLC (U.S.), Wellcentive, Inc. (U.S.), i2i Population Health (U.S.), and Verscend Technologies, Inc. (U.S.) are some of the key players in the Population Health Management Market. Patient Engagement Solutions Market by Component (Hardware, Software & Services), Delivery mode (On-Premise, Web & Cloud), End User (Provider & Payer), Applications (Home Health, Financial Health), Therapeutic Area - Global Forecast to 2020 MarketsandMarkets is the largest market research firm worldwide in terms of annually published premium market research reports. Serving 1700 global fortune enterprises with more than 1200 premium studies in a year, M&M is catering to a multitude of clients across 8 different industrial verticals. 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"The cumulative maturity of the U.S. analytics market will be streamlined by timely intervention from CMS which strongly advocates the need to measure and benchmark patient outcomes through information technology (IT)," said Digital Health Industry Analyst Koustav Chatterjee. "This year, the healthcare market is likely to accelerate the adoption of best-in-class analytics solutions, mainly for quality reporting which is an integral component of value-based care and population health management (PHM)." US Healthcare Data Analytics Market, Forecast to 2020, new analysis from Frost & Sullivan's Digital Health Growth Partnership Service program, defines best practices in terms of design, deployment and governance of clinical, financial, and operational data analytics solutions by payers and providers in the U.S. To receive Frost & Sullivan's latest infographic on healthcare data analytics market and to talk to us, please click here. U.S. healthcare data analytics market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 15.0 percent through 2020. The key driver for growth will be the steady expansion of analytics beyond population risk assessment and quality reporting to other major opportunity areas, such as precision medicine, clinical surveillance, administrative automation, revenue cycle management, supply chain optimization and clinical asset utilization. "A significant challenge in the market is the low interoperability between Incumbent and emerging IT solutions, which restricts the effective sourcing, harmonizing and normalizing of disparate patient data at an enterprise level," observed Chatterjee. "Large health systems, embracing value-based care across different departments, are compelled to utilize multiple analytics partners for comprehensive patient data analysis and visualization. This challenge requires the entry of next-generation health data analytics solutions that connect those siloed departments and remain highly scalable," he added. While the need for both platform-based offerings (built in with PHM, EHR-electronic health records, RCM-revenue cycle management and CDSS-clinical decision support systems) and modular analytics solutions will intensify, vendor selection will remain tedious since the U.S. healthcare analytics market is highly fragmented. "Participants must clearly communicate the cumulative benefits of analytics deployment on enterprise cost, quality and outcomes across all levels and to all potential users in order to penetrate or thrive in the market," he explained. Major market participants include Health Catalyst, IBM Watson Health, Cerner, athenahealth, Arcadia, Medicity, Tableau, ZeOmega, and SCIO Health Analytics which are leveraging predictive analytics to support visionary innovations in precision care. "Care providers will be most receptive to use healthcare data analytics to identify, assess and benchmark cost trends by payer, patient and physician mix, whereas payers are likely to opt for these solutions to identify quality-adjusted and evidence-based target prices for every episode of care," noted Chatterjee. "On the vendor side, specialty-specific solutions will gain prominence among providers striving to benchmark chronic conditions at a population level. Both traditional and non-traditional players will continue to identify, assess, and collaborate with ecosystem partners to cater to the evolving market needs." For more information or to schedule an interview with our analysts please contact Mariana Fernandez, Corporate Communications at mariana.fernandez@frost.com. About Frost & Sullivan Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, works in collaboration with clients to leverage visionary innovation that addresses the global challenges and related growth opportunities that will make or break today's market participants. For more than 50 years, we have been developing growth strategies for the global 1000, emerging businesses, the public sector and the investment community. Is your organization prepared for the next profound wave of industry convergence, disruptive technologies, increasing competitive intensity, Mega Trends, breakthrough best practices, changing customer dynamics and emerging economies?


Careful design, implementation and governance of value-based analytics crucial to unlock more growth opportunities, finds Frost & Sullivan's Transformational Health team SANTA CLARA, California, May 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthcare analytics is widely considered as a key enabler of value-based care. Robust usage of this technology allows health systems to practice data-driven decision making, which improves operational efficiencies, eliminates preventable costs, and streamlines clinical effectiveness. Currently, analytics adoption among the United States (U.S.) healthcare payers and providers is not consistent; some health systems might utilize advanced enterprise data processing architecture to derive patient-specific insight for every episode of care, whereas others still rely on basic reporting capabilities of legacy business intelligence (BI) tools. As the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) compels more health systems to attribute higher net revenue to patient outcomes, analytics investment tied to population health management (PHM) will be a priority over the next five years. "The cumulative maturity of the U.S. analytics market will be streamlined by timely intervention from CMS which strongly advocates the need to measure and benchmark patient outcomes through information technology (IT)," said Digital Health Industry Analyst Koustav Chatterjee. "This year, the healthcare market is likely to accelerate the adoption of best-in-class analytics solutions, mainly for quality reporting which is an integral component of value-based care and population health management (PHM)." US Healthcare Data Analytics Market, Forecast to 2020, new analysis from Frost & Sullivan's Digital Health Growth Partnership Service program, defines best practices in terms of design, deployment and governance of clinical, financial, and operational data analytics solutions by payers and providers in the U.S. To receive Frost & Sullivan's latest infographic on healthcare data analytics market and to talk to us, please click here. U.S. healthcare data analytics market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 15.0 percent through 2020. The key driver for growth will be the steady expansion of analytics beyond population risk assessment and quality reporting to other major opportunity areas, such as precision medicine, clinical surveillance, administrative automation, revenue cycle management, supply chain optimization and clinical asset utilization. "A significant challenge in the market is the low interoperability between Incumbent and emerging IT solutions, which restricts the effective sourcing, harmonizing and normalizing of disparate patient data at an enterprise level," observed Chatterjee. "Large health systems, embracing value-based care across different departments, are compelled to utilize multiple analytics partners for comprehensive patient data analysis and visualization. This challenge requires the entry of next-generation health data analytics solutions that connect those siloed departments and remain highly scalable," he added. While the need for both platform-based offerings (built in with PHM, EHR-electronic health records, RCM-revenue cycle management and CDSS-clinical decision support systems) and modular analytics solutions will intensify, vendor selection will remain tedious since the U.S. healthcare analytics market is highly fragmented. "Participants must clearly communicate the cumulative benefits of analytics deployment on enterprise cost, quality and outcomes across all levels and to all potential users in order to penetrate or thrive in the market," he explained. Major market participants include Health Catalyst, IBM Watson Health, Cerner, athenahealth, Arcadia, Medicity, Tableau, ZeOmega, and SCIO Health Analytics which are leveraging predictive analytics to support visionary innovations in precision care. "Care providers will be most receptive to use healthcare data analytics to identify, assess and benchmark cost trends by payer, patient and physician mix, whereas payers are likely to opt for these solutions to identify quality-adjusted and evidence-based target prices for every episode of care," noted Chatterjee. "On the vendor side, specialty-specific solutions will gain prominence among providers striving to benchmark chronic conditions at a population level. Both traditional and non-traditional players will continue to identify, assess, and collaborate with ecosystem partners to cater to the evolving market needs." For more information or to schedule an interview with our analysts please contact Mariana Fernandez, Corporate Communications at mariana.fernandez@frost.com. About Frost & Sullivan Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, works in collaboration with clients to leverage visionary innovation that addresses the global challenges and related growth opportunities that will make or break today's market participants. For more than 50 years, we have been developing growth strategies for the global 1000, emerging businesses, the public sector and the investment community. Is your organization prepared for the next profound wave of industry convergence, disruptive technologies, increasing competitive intensity, Mega Trends, breakthrough best practices, changing customer dynamics and emerging economies?


MACRA replaces the outdated sustainable growth rate formula in the transition from fee for service reimbursement. Black Book Research crowdsource-surveyed 8,845 physician practices from February through April 2017. 1.       The Market for MIPS Compliance Technology is Booming 77% of physician practices with 3 or more clinicians seek to buy Merit-Based Incentive Payment System Compliance Technology Solutions by Q4. “Given the magnitude of the changes, the hunt is on for the best MIPS incentive enablement resources,” said Doug Brown, Managing Partner of the survey organization Black Book Research. However, 92% of respondents were not aware of any branded technologies from vendors that support all MIPS registry measures for 2017 reporting besides their EHR. 89% said the primary reason for acquiring MIPS support software was not quality measurement, but because they can’t decipher their MACRA earning potential. “Finding one stop solutions shop for MIPS support is becoming easier with quality measure monitoring dashboards and enterprise analytics vendors,” said Brown. SPH Analytics scored highest in the survey of current MACRA supportive technologies in the Black Book poll of provider organizations currently collecting 2017 data sets. MIPS support technology users also identified Viewics, IBM Watson Health, Caradigm, Health Catalyst, SA Ignite, Care Cloud, Optum, Mingle Analytics, Equation Health (nThrive), Meridian Precision BI, Modernizing Medicine, DocsInk, Medeanalytics, Ingenious Med, Lightbeam, MIPSWizard and XCare in the survey process. 83% of users of the top 8 EHR systems are upgrading or optimizing their systems for MIPS compliance. EHRs can be a practice’s strongest asset in collecting and submitting data. However, 72% of practices surveyed using EHR products not considered in the top 8 largest systems (Cerner, Epic, Allscripts, eClinicalWorks, NextGen, athenahealth, Practice Fusion, and GE Healthcare) stated they were not working with their vendor to ensure they were prepared for MIPS measures and can properly report the data. Beginning in 2018, physicians must use EHR technology that is certified for 2015 and this requirement also burdens physicians utilizing small EHR vendors that have not been 2015 certified. “The replacement market is heavily leaning to these largest 8 EHRs from small EHR vendors and expected to increase through 2018 as some providers had previously invested in EHRs that do not acclimate to agile change at scale like MACRA demands,” said Brown. “ EHR companies are not required by MACRA to update their technology so providers are ill-equipped should the practice stick with their uncertified EHR.” 80% of all surveyed practices agree that performing a technology inventory is essential to see how far their current EHR and other traditional data systems can take them.  “MACRA consultants are busy identifying and developing tools to support innovative projects as well as to bring clinicians on board as quickly as possible but hard to contract currently because of demand,” said Brown. 75% of practices with 3 or less physicians struggle to manage the technology basics but state they cannot afford paying a consultant in 2017. “Seemingly, the MACRA requirements appear fairly easy to meet, you simply attest to at least one performance improvement activity. However, the reality will be significantly more difficult as smaller practices in particular begin preparing for risk,” said Brown. 81% of independent physicians in practices of 4 or more clinicians reveal they have not grasped how to align data with the reporting measures. 5.       Outsourcing will be a last-minute MACRA play for many practices By the end of Q2, the scramble to get programs in line will consume many physician practices. “It is imperative that providers grasp the requirements of MACRA now to ensure they put the right strategy in place, since the pace of the program only accelerates in 2018 and beyond,” said Brown. 80% of provider organizations that have not developed their MACRA strategy or plan expect to select a turnkey software or outsourcer to catch up as best they can for 2017. 22% of all providers state they banked on a delayed program implementation. 91% of those who deferred any technology planning, fear they cannot find trained or qualified IT workers to successfully participate in MACRA incentives this year. 6.       Even more Independent Physicians will be driven to Sell their Practices MACRA payment model changes are motivating more physicians to shift from independent to employed status, as 75% of remaining independent clinicians are considering selling their practices to hospitals or group practices to eliminate the administrative burden and capital costs. 68% view MACRA as a burden or bust to their independent practice by 2020. 77% of hospital-affiliated physicians see the changes as the opportunity to increase revenue and improve patient care but 66% report being unprepared for managing and executing MACRA initiatives without hospital, IDN or group practice support. 7.       Shifting Reimbursement to those with data In 2019, the first payment year, MIPS will take approximately $199M from eligible clinicians below the performance threshold and redistribute those funds to providers above the performance threshold. Eventually, the redistributed dollars will be equivalent to nine percent of Medicare physician payments. In addition, for the first five years, $500M in supplemental funding will be awarded each year. During this time, MIPS adjustments could add ten percent in addition to the maximum positive payment adjustment, which is three times the amount of the penalty. 64% of hospital networked physician organizations are incorporating performance incentives in provider compensation models to incentivize MIPS reporting success. 88% of hospitals surveyed report they are seeking ways to ensure individual performance scores are reflected in the compensation of the physicians they employ. 54% of all survey respondents were unaware that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will publish this data on their Physician Compare website, as well as be accessible by other third-party rating systems including Yelp, Angie’s List, Health Grades and Google. 69% of the surveyed practice managers are aware they need to report on 6 quality measures yet only 22% were aware they had the opportunity to choose the metrics they believe represent strengths to the practice. Although essential to continuous improvement and practice success, 94% were unaware or unsure of how to predict their 2017 MIPS scores. 7% of practices with 15 or fewer eligible professionals have sought support with technical assistance participating in an APM or the MIPS. Of those seeking assistance, 92% were in rural or medically underserved areas. “As more consumers spend more out of pocket for their healthcare they are seeking much more transparency into clinical quality and the cost-value equation,” said Brown. 9.       Small and Rural Providers are Rallying for ACO inclusion Accountable Care Organization participation by small community hospitals and small physician practices are evaluating their options in joining an ACO. ACO participants can more easily achieve high scores compared to other MIPS participants increasing the likelihood of avoiding MIPS penalties and earning an exceptional performance as MACRA requires 30% of the MIPS score to be based on resource utilization. However, Track 1 ACO participants are held accountable for their cost in their ACO, not MIPS. 67% of small practices are considering joining an ACO to avoid penalties for generally lower scores due to a lack of infrastructure. Additionally, 82% of providers in rural areas are joining ACOs to avoid MIPS penalties due to their higher cost structure. A Q4 2016 Black Book survey revealed 88% of consumers under age 44 are aware of online physician rating websites, as are 55% of consumers over age 45. 12% of all healthcare consumers said they had viewed an online physician rating site in the past year. “In particular, hospital network physician groups are taking notice that consistently high-performance scores and ratings can be a strategic advantage over local competitors,” said Brown. 52% of large group practices, IPAs, ACOs and IDNs report starting to now administratively address how, in 2018, costs will be reported for every clinician along with results of quality measures. Black Book™, its founders, management and staff do not own or hold any financial interest in any of the vendors covered and encompassed in the surveys it conducts. Black Book reports the results of the collected satisfaction and client experience rankings in publication and to media prior to vendor notification of rating results and does not solicit vendor participation fees, review fees, inclusion or briefing charges, and/or vendor collaboration as Black Book polls vendors’ clients. Since 2000, Black Book™ has polled the vendor satisfaction across over thirty industries in the software/technology and managed services sectors around the globe. In 2009, Black Book began polling the client experience of now over 540,000 healthcare software and services users. Black Book expanded its survey prowess and reputation of independent, unbiased crowd-sourced surveying to IT and health records professionals, physician practice administrators, nurses, financial leaders, executives and hospital information technology managers. For methodology, auditing, resources, comprehensive research and ranking data, see www.blackbookmarketresearch.com.


US Healthcare Data Analytics Market, Forecast to 2020, new analysis from Frost & Sullivan's Digital Health Growth Partnership Service program, defines best practices in terms of design, deployment and governance of clinical, financial, and operational data analytics solutions by payers and providers in the U.S. To receive Frost & Sullivan's latest infographic on healthcare data analytics market and to talk to us, please click here. U.S. healthcare data analytics market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 15.0 percent through 2020. The key driver for growth will be the steady expansion of analytics beyond population risk assessment and quality reporting to other major opportunity areas, such as precision medicine, clinical surveillance, administrative automation, revenue cycle management, supply chain optimization and clinical asset utilization. "A significant challenge in the market is the low interoperability between Incumbent and emerging IT solutions, which restricts the effective sourcing, harmonizing and normalizing of disparate patient data at an enterprise level," observed Chatterjee. "Large health systems, embracing value-based care across different departments, are compelled to utilize multiple analytics partners for comprehensive patient data analysis and visualization. This challenge requires the entry of next-generation health data analytics solutions that connect those siloed departments and remain highly scalable," he added. While the need for both platform-based offerings (built in with PHM, EHR-electronic health records, RCM-revenue cycle management and CDSS-clinical decision support systems) and modular analytics solutions will intensify, vendor selection will remain tedious since the U.S. healthcare analytics market is highly fragmented. "Participants must clearly communicate the cumulative benefits of analytics deployment on enterprise cost, quality and outcomes across all levels and to all potential users in order to penetrate or thrive in the market," he explained. Major market participants include Health Catalyst, IBM Watson Health, Cerner, athenahealth, Arcadia, Medicity, Tableau, ZeOmega, and SCIO Health Analytics which are leveraging predictive analytics to support visionary innovations in precision care. "Care providers will be most receptive to use healthcare data analytics to identify, assess and benchmark cost trends by payer, patient and physician mix, whereas payers are likely to opt for these solutions to identify quality-adjusted and evidence-based target prices for every episode of care," noted Chatterjee. "On the vendor side, specialty-specific solutions will gain prominence among providers striving to benchmark chronic conditions at a population level. Both traditional and non-traditional players will continue to identify, assess, and collaborate with ecosystem partners to cater to the evolving market needs." For more information or to schedule an interview with our analysts please contact Mariana Fernandez, Corporate Communications at mariana.fernandez@frost.com. About Frost & Sullivan Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, works in collaboration with clients to leverage visionary innovation that addresses the global challenges and related growth opportunities that will make or break today's market participants. For more than 50 years, we have been developing growth strategies for the global 1000, emerging businesses, the public sector and the investment community. Is your organization prepared for the next profound wave of industry convergence, disruptive technologies, increasing competitive intensity, Mega Trends, breakthrough best practices, changing customer dynamics and emerging economies? To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/healthcare-data-analytics-moves-beyond-siloed-business-intelligence-to-coordinated-population-health-management-and-precision-care-300456090.html


The Inc. list is the result of a wide-ranging and comprehensive measurement of private American companies that have created exceptional workplaces through meaningful cultures, strong employee engagement, and coveted benefits. Out of thousands of applicants, Inc. singled out just over 200 winning companies. "We are honored to be recognized as one of the best workplaces in America by Inc.," said Health Catalyst CEO Dan Burton. "Our mission of enabling massive healthcare improvements through the use of data and analytics is one that attracts smart, hardworking and humble people.  There's nothing more engaging than seeing firsthand how your work is helping more people get better medical care, while improving the efficiency of great teams of doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals." The Inc. honor is one of 26 regional and national "best workplace" awards earned by Health Catalyst, including awards from Gallup, Glassdoor, Fortune, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Modern Healthcare, and the Salt Lake Tribune. The 2017 Inc. Best Workplaces Awards assessed applicants on the basis of benefits offered and employees' responses to a 30-question survey fielded by each of the applying companies. Responses were evaluated by the research team at Quantum Workplace. To qualify, each company had to achieve a statistically significant response rate based on employee count. Survey scores account for employer size to level the playing field between small and large businesses. All companies had to have minimum of 10 employees and to be U.S.-based, privately held, and independent – that is, not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies. While researching the entries, Inc. and Quantum saw distinct themes: "By introducing an employee survey into this year's Best Workplaces selection process, we've really raised the bar," said Eric Schurenberg, Inc.'s President and Editor In Chief. "Companies that don't score at the very top of their peer group don't make the cut. So, our hats are off to the winners. They all excelled at engaging their workers, making them feel appreciated, and aligning them behind a mission. And remember, that's not just our opinion: The employees told us that themselves." Health Catalyst has multiple job openings across all locations. Interested candidates can see available positions and submit applications at www.healthcatalyst.com/job-openings. About Health Catalyst Health Catalyst is a next-generation data, analytics, and decision-support company, committed to being a catalyst for massive, sustained improvements in healthcare outcomes. We are the leaders in a new era of advanced predictive analytics for population health and value-based care with a suite of machine learning-driven solutions, decades of outcomes-improvement expertise, and an unparalleled ability to integrate data from across the healthcare ecosystem. Our proven data warehousing and analytics platform helps improve quality, add efficiency and lower costs in support of more than 85 million patients for organizations ranging from the largest US health system to forward-thinking physician practices. Our technology and professional services can help you keep patients engaged and healthy in their homes and workplaces, and we can help you optimize care delivery to those patients when it becomes necessary. We are grateful to be recognized by Fortune, Gallup, Glassdoor, Modern Healthcare and a host of others as a Best Place to Work in technology and healthcare. Visit www.healthcatalyst.com, and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/health-catalyst-named-no-4-best-large-workplace-in-inc-magazines-best-workplaces-2017-300467494.html


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