Payers rely on detailed intelligence on individual providers and health care delivery organizations to make informed decisions about entering new markets, designing new products, negotiating contracts, and identifying potential fraud, waste and abuse.
However, capturing enough competitive intelligence to have a clear picture of the relationship between providers and organizations to make informed decisions can be challenging. And, if you don’t have access to the same data as your competitors, then you’re at a clear disadvantage.
To better understand just what types of intelligence payers have, and how they use it, LexisNexis recently conducted a survey of health plan executives. We’d like to share the results with you.
Please join us to hear key insights including:
- The types of claims data health payer executives currently access to make business decisions – and the types they wish they had access to
- Gaps between what payers know about their competition, and what data actually exists
- Four distinct areas of business that can be impacted by claims data – and how many organizations are using it