Healthgrades Solutions for Hospitals
Value-based care is a great idea whose time has come—but for hospitals trying to deliver it, the challenges can seem insurmountable.
Not for Healthgrades. We’ve been helping hospitals succeed for more than 25 years. Our suite of hospital solutions is proven to meet the challenges of healthcare reform—with a significantly positive ROI.
We drive hospital growth. Nearly 1 million times a day, Americans rely on Healthgrades to find and connect with a doctor. Our Patient Direct Connect program helps our client hospitals get appointments from the patients they are best equipped to treat, at a predictable, measurable rate.
We drive effective doctor and patient engagement. Healthgrades invented the field of Health Relationship Management. Our advanced, multi-channel communications programs are proven to reach doctors and patients and align their behavior with a hospital’s quality and utilization goals.
We drive quality improvement. We’re the nation’s leader in measuring, reporting and improving hospital care quality—a business we pioneered more than 15 years ago. We analyze a hospital’s clinical data, identify substandard areas of care and then work with the hospital and its doctors to bring all areas of care to uniform levels of excellence. Then we tell that quality story to our nearly 1 million daily visitors, turning a hospital’s quality improvements directly into growth.
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