The onset of COVID-19 and its rapid spread across the globe presents uncertainty today. As measures like social distancing settle into everyday life, businesses are contending with a myriad of decisions about when and how to move forward thoughtfully to ensure their employee’s health, safety and wellbeing along with business livelihood. In this episode we are discussing the considerations of a phased approach to re-entry in the workplace.
COVID-19 Business Response – Phase 2: Leading During The Pre-Vaccine Phase
Crafting a Return-to-Workplace strategy is an exercise in continuous change management. Careful and balanced evaluation of external, internal, and personal readiness criteria make for robust, flexible plans. View Vynamic's full insight and guidance into "Phase 2: Leading During The Pre-Vaccine Phase".
COVID-19 Business Response – Phase 1: Initial Re-Opening
The evolving business and population dynamics over the last two decades make our world more interconnected than ever before. This increases exposure and, in turn, the likelihood of more frequent disease outbreaks and pandemics. As evidenced during the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, businesses were ill-prepared to respond. Mitigating the effect of a pandemic on an organization requires a holistic management approach.
Next Generation Reporting
A Blues plan was looking to create a best in class analytics solution available to providers and health systems within their network. The goal was to enable providers to better manage their member populations and drive performance within Value-Based arrangements.
The Re-Emergence of Home Infusion in a Value-Based Healthcare World
Healthcare executives need to prepare for not if, but when the standard of care shifts even more dramatically to the home. Home infusion provides the opportunity for efficient use of hospital days and effective management of scarce resources, and is a rare win-win for the provider industry.
A Bold New Approach to Strategic Transformation for Healthcare Companies
Vynamic has developed the Strategic Transformation Office (STO), a new model to overcome the limitations of traditional Program Management Office (PMO) models.
Value Based Program Implementation
A leading health insurance company in the Philadelphia region was looking to expand their HMO population value based program to their local and National PPO populations. As PPO members are not required to select a primary care physician, our client needed to implement the functional and operational components required to identify the PPO members receiving care, the physicians providing the care, and the clinical and financial outcomes associated with the care received.
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Achieving Population Health Is About More Than Just Healthcare
Managing a population’s health can no longer fall solely at the hands of healthcare providers.
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