Valence Health Releases Value-Based Care Platform Vision 3.0

Latest release enhances platform already used by 30,000 physicians supporting 15 million patients

Valence Health Releases Value-Based Care Platform Vision 3.0

<0> Valence Health Contact:Brittany Cusick, 617-986-5833Media Relations </0>

, a leading provider of clinical integration, population health and financial risk management solutions, announced today the general availability of its for managing value-based care.

Used by more than 30,000 physicians in support of care for more than 15 million patients, the Valence Vision platform provides all the necessary clinical and financial insights for population health, risk stratification and predictive modeling of quality and financial outcomes. The Vision platform also supports multiple modules including: Quality and Compliance, and Cost and Utilization. The latest version of the Vision platform includes advances in user design, analytical capabilities and additional flexibility for ad hoc analyses.

Highlights of Vision 3.0 include:

“We’re fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with premier and innovative providers to develop a solution roadmap that meets their real-world needs,” said Prasanna Dhungel, vice president of product development for Valence Health. “Vision 3.0 represents not only a significant step forward for our clients, but for the whole category of value-based care software, including population health, risk analyses and predictive modeling.”

Vision 3.0 was developed in close concert with clients, industry partners and Valence’s physician advisory panel. Beta users were instrumental in providing user feedback for functionality. The latest enhancements to Valence Vision 3.0 further extend the platform’s core population health management capabilities, including the ability to identify, stratify and engage patients in support of customized or standard care guidelines. Patients and providers can also be measured and communicated with around guideline compliance. At the same time, cost and utilization information can be fully analyzed by condition, patient, provider location and more. Together with all its modules, Valence Vision 3.0 represents a comprehensive solution for managing value-based care models which empowers providers to simultaneously review clinical and financial information in pursuit of higher quality and lower costs.

In near-term future releases of Vision, Valence will expand the set of standard reports, enhance its dashboards and report cards with benchmarking and better workflow, and introduce acute-care focused analyses such as predictive models for ER visits and readmissions.

provides healthcare organization solutions for value-based care, helping them better manage their patient populations and accept financial responsibility for the quality of the care they provide. With unique data collection and analysis solutions, Valence Health has emerged as a leader in population management and clinical integration, serving dozens of clients from physician groups to standalone hospitals to large IDNs such as Cleveland Clinic. In-depth actuarial analysis combined with operational excellence allows Valence to not only advise but also provide ongoing services to provider organizations operating under various value-based reimbursement models. From risk-based contracting to accountable care organizations (ACOs) to administering provider-sponsored health plans, Valence has been helping providers appropriately accept and manage financial responsibility while improving clinical quality since 1996. Headquartered in Chicago, with three other office locations, Valence Health serves more than 30,000 physicians and 100 hospitals, helping them manage the health of over 15 million patients nationwide. Follow Valence Health on and .

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