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    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships

    At Nascate we have studied the importance of connecting with the right provider and how it is associated with better outcomes, we’ve also found that as the numbers healthcare services a person requires increases so does the benefit of being connected. For Medicare individuals with similar complex chronic conditions Nascate has identified yearly savings of $3000 per person for those connected to a PCP in a Medical Neighborhood versus those with only specialist connections. This is a big opportunity, we have an attribution matching engine to recommend geographically relevant high performing providers.

    Kevin Buchan Jr. Introduces Hearst Health President

    Our employees do some pretty incredible things, whether it’s creating a new way to interpret data, or representing Nascate at an event with industry leaders. Our Principal Data Scientist, Kevin Buchan Jr., had the opportunity to introduce Hearst Health‘s president, Dr. Gregory Dorn, at the University at Albany, SUNY’s Cancer Research Center on September 19.

    Kevin had the following to say after the event “Dr. Dorn and his team at Hearst Health are doing some exciting work in the healthcare analytics space. Dr. Dorn emphasized the importance of understanding the longitudinal journey of a patient, which is something that we’ve worked very hard to do at Nascate. He also described how there is a lot of noise in our industry, and that it is important that data scientists are able to quantify and validate impact before getting too excited.”

    Great job Kevin! 

     

    Our Medicare Explorer Module

    Medicare Advantage enrollment is steadily growing. Constructing a high-performing network of providers is critical for ACOs preparing to grow in this market, but successful network curation requires more than looking at traditional provider performance. Nascate’s Medicare Explorer solution combines public and client data to provide necessary insight into how people and providers behave, existing relationships (person-to-provider and provider-to-provider), and the impact of geography, support, and social determinants of health. 

    Healthcare Days

    The complexity of life is impacting how Sam, Bob, and Ted each interact with the healthcare system. Things like family dynamics, geography, the choices a person makes in how they receive care- all give us the full picture of a person and what drives their utilization, or lack thereof. Better healthcare, unlocking value, managing cost and quality- all demand an understanding of how, when, where and why a person is interacting (or not interacting) with the healthcare system.

    We’ve developed “Healthcare Days” as a person-centric way of understanding and measuring the true impact of the healthcare system on a person, while also capturing information related to traditional cost and utilization metrics. 

    Check out our whitepaper: “Healthcare Days: A Person-Centric Key to Unlocking Value” to learn more.

    Post-Acute Care Trajectories and Readmissions

    Post-acute care (PAC) is one of the fastest growing areas of US healthcare spending. Hospitals must identify ways to decrease PAC spending, but they’re overlooking crucial factors responsible for variation in spend. Nascate looks backward (and beyond the clinical data) to predict needs moving forward.

    The Nascate Transition to Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier. At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Check out this article on other best practices to enhance value-based care.

    The Capabilities of Nascate

    Almost 33% of millennials don’t have a primary care provider. This is just half of the 67% that only see a doctor in urgent situations. We know the impact this has on a person’s health, and on the health of the economy. We not only identify those who have financial liabilities, but can match them with the right provider.

    Best Practices in Value Based Care

    There’s no way to avoid transitioning to value-based care, but there are ways to make it easier.

    At Nascate, we have the tools and expertise to make the transition smoother and more effective.

    Smart Growth in the Medicare Advantage World

    Risk. Opportunity. Competition. Market Share…

    Smart growth in the Medicare Advantage world means effectively managing and measuring what matters is necessary.

    Check out this video to see how our Medicare Explorer Module(TM) makes a difference.

    Person-Provider Relationships