How a Chief Outcomes Officer could reduce administrative variability and help consumers find the care they need
Few health care organizations or consumers feel they’ve achieved their goals of improved outcomes, lower cost and higher satisfaction. And clinicians are overwhelmed with administrative volume and complexity. A new role is needed to synchronize the needs of providers, health plans and patients — Chief Outcomes Officer.
This white paper illustrates how this emerging role can improve outcomes by:
- Freeing clinicians from rampant variability and documentation demands
- Bringing the specifics of value-based programs to life
- Ensuring that each patient receives the best and most complete set of services
- Explore how this new role can increase the time physicians spend with patients and deliver on the promise of value-based care.