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Population Health Vendor Overview 2023
Matching Vendor Capabilities to PHM Needs

author - Bradley Hunter
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Bradley Hunter
author - Paul Warburton
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Paul Warburton
author - Andy Paulsen
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Andy Paulsen
 
June 15, 2023 | Read Time: 6  minutes

As more healthcare organizations start to leverage population health management (PHM) technology in their journey toward offering value-based care, they are sometimes uncertain about how well vendors can fulfill their unique needs, as PHM programs vary in breadth and complexity. This report—a follow-up to KLAS’ 2021 report—provides an overview of several PHM offerings to help readers understand (1) what types of organizations typically use the solutions, (2) what the customer experience is like, (3) which solutions see the most market energy and why, (4) which vendors facilitate value-based contract revenue, and (5) how broadly PHM capabilities are adopted.

Note: Although there are six PHM pillars, one pillar—patient engagement—is not covered in this report (view the KLAS website for more information on this pillar).

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Key Findings:

  1. Who Delivers the X Factor in Customer Success?: Azara Healthcare Fosters Strong Partnership with Hands-On Approach to Product Optimization
  2. Who Is Seeing the Most Market Energy and Why?: Innovaccer, Arcadia, and Epic Continue to Be Most Often Considered
  3. Who Is Facilitating Value-Based Contract Revenue for Customers?: For Arcadia, Innovaccer, and Lightbeam Respondents, Sizeable Portion of Revenue Is Tied to Value-Based Contracts
author - Sarah Hanson
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Sarah Hanson
author - Breanne Hunter
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Breanne Hunter
author - Andrew Wright
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Andrew Wright
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