Learn how providers and payers use data visualizations to make the most of quantitative analytics, evaluate care programs, and improve patient outcomes.
As of 2019, employer-sponsored health plans covered nearly 155 million Americans. No matter how costs trend for employers in the future, it’s clear that providing the right benefits for employees will only become more challenging. As benefit design for enrollment planning is finalized, these statistics point to a critical need for payers to ensure that self-and fully-insured employers have accurate healthcare analytics derived from highest-quality healthcare data.
The “garbage in, garbage out” dynamic increases labor and software costs to fix missing, duplicative, or inaccurate data, since poor quality data can hinder decision making.