Our proven track record is rooted in the extensive, hands-on experience of our consultants who have been in the field of the Healthcare | Pharmaceutical industry. HTS resources, at various levels of responsibility, understand the QA standards and compliance efforts related to this strictly regulated market. It is this 'insider' perspective that we believe is one of the keys to our success.
It has become part of everything we do as people, as businesses and society. However, its impact on the expectations of individual people is changing. People are increasingly expecting healthcare on their own terms, and they expect digital to be the enabler. From using data to understand meal preferences of a patient in hospital, and delivering those meals exactly when they want them, to delivering information through the right channel based on selected preferences—digital can support delivery of healthcare when, where and how people want it.
Healthcare is in a unique place in the “post-digital” world. The industry has recognized that digital must become part of everything it does. And while investments in social, mobile, analytics and cloud (SMAC) technologies are progressing and demonstrating value, leaders must look toward what’s next to differentiate in this new era. There is no longer a separation of digital and non-digital. The future will be about full adoption of SMAC and embracing new technologies to transform outcomes and ultimately change lives. Planning today for the post-digital world is critical as healthcare enterprises continue on their digital transformation journeys. With an innovative analytical framework applied on external data, payers can enhance the performance of existing rating modifiers to inform additional risk. Health insurers can leverage new signals from consumer data to predict claims experience to deliver an improved risk assessment process. These new signals include factors indicating buying behavior patterns, socio economic and financial statuses and health interests.
From digital health to the Internet of Health Things, our experts weigh in on the latest health research and trends to help healthcare organizations deliver better patient engagement and more effective, affordable and efficient healthcare.Hospitals with EMR systems should considering implementing a CDI program (with both clinical and HIM/Coding professionals), using CDI tools to help prevent denials, increase revenues and boost claims reimbursement.