Population Health

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Risk suspecting software integrated with Epic

The Arcadia HCC Risk Suspecting App enables your providers with actionable data within existing Epic workflows to prompt action on suspect HCCs and drive outcomes.

Press Release

Arcadia and Community Health Plan of Washington Recognized by KLAS Points of Light 2022 Award

KLAS recognized the successful payer, provider, and vendor collaborations that reduce cost and inefficiency and deliver a better patient experience.

How the 988 hotline will revolutionize mental healthcare

How the 988 hotline will revolutionize mental healthcare

Arcadia CMO Dr. Rich Parker and IMSNY CIO Elise Kohl-Grant discuss the overlap between mental and physical healthcare and how 988 is poised to impact both.


We didn’t start the FHIR: interoperability for whole-person care

Thursday, June 9, 2:00 PM EDT, Virtual Webinar | Data on a single patient can flow from point A to point B. But what does it mean to achieve interoperability at a population level?


From risky business to data-backed decisions

Risk is one of the most impactful strategies a healthcare network can incorporate to strengthen profits and improve patient care.


More meaningful care through data

When Arcadia partnered with Nuvance Health, we found a small, agile team that needed more efficient processes for better patient care. We provided.


5 questions to ask before you use predictive algorithms in healthcare

Predictive analytics offer huge potential value to healthcare organizations — but only if you pick the right problems to solve


The empathetic care model

Meghan Tortora is paid to sweat the small stuff. After all, she’s Director of Network Quality at Beth Israel Lahey, a network of 13 hospitals with over one million individual patients. These many profiles present a dizzying data challenge, and Arcadia stepped up to gather, organize, and analyze.

Case Study

How Summit Health’s transitional care management creates value across multiple payment models

This patient-centered, physician-driven multispeciality network used data to improve transitional care management (TCM) outcomes and savings.

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