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On June 9, Avalere experts discussed new data analytics and approaches for evaluating value-based topics in healthcare in the “New Data Approaches for Novel Curative Therapies & APMs” webinar. They examined the current approaches to assessing the value of treatments, novel curative therapy affordability and access, and the role of data in healthcare decision-making.
Avalere experts discussed new data analytics and health economics and outcomes research approaches for evaluating key value-based topics in healthcare, including novel curative therapy affordability and access, alternative payment models, and the increasingly important role of real-world evidence in healthcare decision-making.
Recurring episodes of clostridioides difficile (c diff) create significant added healthcare burden and costs to society and lead to avoidable adverse outcomes in the Medicare population
The collaboration leverages the Inovalon MORE2 Registry® payer-sourced dataset and Corrona’s platform of clinical registries to enable data-driven insights on the treatment of autoimmune diseases from both clinical and health economic perspectives.
Rising healthcare costs and the increased prevalence of chronic disease in the US are incentivizing stakeholders to develop new solutions to tackle these issues. Many have turned to digital health innovations like mobile health applications to facilitate care prevention and management for chronic disease, but significant gaps remain in their ability to be used in real-world practice.
As the shape and scope of America’s learning health system evolves, Avalere partners with industry leaders, engaging multiple stakeholders to formulate patient registry strategies that develop, evaluate, and utilize registry data – and help improve care in real time.
Avalere research recently published in ClinicoEconomics and Outcomes Research compared patient characteristics and real-world outcomes in 2 distinct high-risk cohorts of patients with serious mental illness (SMI), including patients with a hospitalization related to SMI (recently discharged) and patients newly diagnosed with SMI (early episode). The research included 51,705 patients with bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, and schizophrenia.
Digital health remains a powerful focal point in the push towards value-based healthcare. Across multiple domains, emerging technologies provide promising strategies for delivering more effective, efficient, and personalized care.
The rapid expansion of artificial intelligence (AI) across healthcare holds the promise of dramatically altering not only diagnosis and treatment but also research, risk assessment, drug development, care management, and even insurance and payment systems.
Electronic health record (EHR) platforms continue to accelerate the transformation of healthcare by streamlining access to patient records, improving clinical outcomes, and fostering better decision-making at the point of care.
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) provides an opportunity to diagnose and treat patients facing neurological diseases. Given that multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease, and epilepsy require intervention from specialized care teams, effective management of these chronic neurological conditions can be supported through RPM to improve patient outcomes. Although RPM has been shown to be a complement and in some cases an alternative to office-based care, reimbursement and coverage barriers remain.
On Saturday, December 7, Karl Kilgore discussed “Medicare Patients Receiving Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-Cell Therapy for Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: A First Real-World Look at Patient Characteristics, Healthcare Utilization and Costs” during a press briefing at the American Society of Hematology’s Annual Meeting.
With increasing legislative and regulatory activity promoting adoption of digital health, interest has continued to expand in 2019.
Healthcare, like many areas of modern life, has been transformed by the internet and related digital technologies.
It is no surprise that innovation in the world of digital health is transforming the way healthcare is delivered.
New Avalere analysis evaluates the trends in baseline patient characteristics among Medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries with stand-alone Part D coverage who initiated a direct oral anticoagulant during the period 2013–2017.
As health plans evaluate more efficient ways to engage and retain members, they should focus on existing high-touch points to improve healthcare access and the overall experience. Augmenting these efforts can generate more evidence-based patient management thus improving overall health outcomes.
As technology comes to the forefront in healthcare innovation, the venture capital arms of many pharmaceutical companies are solidifying their presence as key investors.
Avalere experts recently presented their research, “Comparison of Healthcare Utilization Among Managed Medicaid Individuals Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis Treated with Emergent vs. Established Disease-Modifying Therapy in the US.”
In the coming months, Avalere experts will be presenting new data and research at major conferences, featuring insights derived from Inovalon’s Medical Outcomes Research for Effectiveness and Economics Registry (MORE2 Registry®).