For health care payer and provider organizations, Motive Practicing Wisely Solutions provides not only insights with impact, but actions that lower costs and improve outcomes. Why? Medical executives, quality leaders, and value-based care strategists trust Motive’s unimpeachable data and transparent methodology. The path to better outcomes requires nothing less.
Motive Practicing Wisely Solutions helps health care payer organizations:
Motive Practicing Wisely Solutions helps health care providers:
As health care payer and provider organizations move to value-based purchasing, your need for clearer insights about the quality and cost of care is increasing. Better performance measurement is essential to better outcomes and lower cost. Data-driven analytics from Motive Practicing Wisely Solutions powerfully align providers and care delivery organizations with best practices in care delivery. We provide four major analytics solutions:
Take the guesswork out of finding and promoting best practices to drive success in your organization. Our appropriateness of care measures help every participant in health care practice wisely.
Energize a new culture of quality throughout your organization. Motive integrates the next generation of quality measures for practicing wisely. Benchmarking best practices has never been never simpler.
Eliminate wasteful, unnecessary, and low-quality patient care. Motive enables cost analysis for optimized spending and effective resource deployment.
Realize big data’s potential to improve patient outcomes across the full spectrum of care delivery. Motive understands clinical workflows are unique for each organization, requiring custom analytics and reporting.
Pamela T. Johnson, MD, and Marty Makary, MD, MPH, members of the Motive Practicing Wisely physician advisory council, deliver their views on the physician’s role in pursuing higher-value care.
Most employers are at the mercy of an imperfect health care system, bearing the burden of costly yet unnecessary procedures. Now, early innovators such as Walmart are bypassing these pain points by working directly with health systems to offer better care to their employees.
Physicians discuss how they make decisions about treatment and how being measured based on appropriateness relative to evidenced-based guidelines affects their behavior.
Jeanne Cohen’s vision lays the roadmap for Motive’s development in evidence-based quality, cost, appropriateness and performance solutions.
Discussion of the definition of high-value care vis a vis appropriateness.