Addressing the cost of healthcare delivery

As the path out of sky-high healthcare costs, the shift to value-based care and holistic patient-centered care models has warranted a change to how hospitals and health systems approach care delivery. Now more than ever, the livelihood of this evolving care continuum relies on empowering patients to be more active and educated on their own health journey.

Access to evidence-based information and resources at the point of care can help hospitals engage more patients in their own care, with the ultimate goal of improving patient safety and mitigating costly infections and unnecessary expenses. By prioritizing clinician time and effort for at-risk patients while serving everyone, providers can address these concerns efficiently and compassionately.

And yet, very often, the clinical data that can support better decision-making is disbursed and siloed. Solving this problem requires that health plans and providers alike have streamlined insights and operations to reduce medical errors, mitigate wasteful spending, and improve billing and reimbursement.

Solutions for hospitals and health systems looking to reduce healthcare costs

As hospitals and health systems confront herculean financial pressures, we are here to help provide the clinical and operational support tools that facilities need to keep costs down while delivering improved care.

Solutions for health plans looking to address the cost of patient care

Teams at health plans are uniquely positioned to address costs of care while driving an improved member and patient experience. With a suite of tools designed to drive better and more efficient patient-centered care, these solutions can help.

Expert insights about reducing the cost of care

Our Wolters Kluwer experts, clinicians, and support teams are committed to helping health systems, hospitals, and health plans address the rising costs of health and patient care. Explore related content that can help inform and support your cost-reduction strategies while improving patient outcomes.

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