Category: Population Health Analytics

Optum Forum 2018

Posted: July 24, 2018

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July 31–August 2, 2018, ARIA Resort & Casino, Las Vegas Mike Weiss, Senior Health Economist, Populytics, Inc., is representing the company’s pioneer status at Optum Forum 2018, titled, “Using Optum Performance Analytics to Reduce Out-of-Network Utilization – Clients Share their Stories.” Populytics is one of only two national beta-test sites for Optum’s new flagship platform, Optum [...] Read Post

Leadership Business Wisdom to be Shared at Upcoming Event

Posted: May 22, 2018

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  Do you ever wish you could get a few top business leaders in a room and pick their brains? Lehigh Valley Business is making it happen with their annual event, 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes on Thursday, June 14th from 8-10 a.m. at DeSales University’s University Center. This year, the event will include Gregory [...] Read Post

Populytics’ 5th Anniversary Celebrated in Milestones

Posted: March 1, 2018

Learn how far Populytics has come in just five years toward its aim to improve health care quality and impact its cost. Lehigh Valley Business tells the story in its February 26, 2018 publication, Milestones. Read the full Lehigh Valley Business Milestones article: Populytics: A technology company committed to better health, better care, and better cost Read Post

Optum® Forum 2017: Analytic Interoperability with EMR

Posted: August 28, 2017

While data and electronic medical records (EMR) in health care are becoming the norm, the challenge is integrating the two and knowing how to use the data to affect real change. This topic provided food for thought for hundreds of attendees at the Optum® Forum 2017, where several colleagues from Populytics shared the company’s approach. [...] Read Post

Health Care Q&A: Big Changes Coming, Solutions Already Underway

Posted: March 1, 2017

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  Q: In general, is there cause for concern about the health of most Americans? A: In short, the answer is yes. However, we are more focused than ever on improving the nation’s health care status. Perhaps the Roman poet Virgil said it best with, “The greatest wealth is health.” In the absence of health, [...] Read Post