Leaders of both hospital- and physician-led ACOs know inherently that value-based care depends on analyzing the data available to them – from the many different IT systems in which their participating physicians operate – to make strategic business decisions that result in optimal patient outcomes and reduced costs. Acquiring usable, actionable data from so many different systems means not just data management, but data enrichment – data extraction, standardization, normalization and identity management. In this guest post, Mike Noshay, Chief Customer Officer for a provider of data enrichment and integration technology solutions for health care, explains what ACOs need to better manage the health of the populations they serve and demonstrate cost-savings quickly and efficiently.

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