Recording: How AI is helping get patients back into right care setting, offset the impact of defer..

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HLS Partner Plays.png  Recording Title: The COVID Aftermath: How AI is helping get patients back into right care setting, offset the impact of deferred care and reduce financial loss

In This Webcast: COVID has exacerbated an already fragile healthcare system. Hospitals have seen stifling margin declines and insurance executives are warning that costs will be driven higher by more-intensive care for patients whose conditions worsened during the pandemic.

   The pandemic has also shone a light on the disparities plaguing our communities, impacting the ability of healthcare organizations to deploy effective population health management. These factors have strained value-based care efforts. Despite this, there is a unique opportunity for payers and providers to rebuild their organizations around value and efficiency using AI to direct patients to the right care setting at the right time and also help minimize financial barriers to care by understanding which patients are candidates for different benefit programs.


The makeup of financial and health risks across patient populations has and will continue to change because of the pandemic. Traditional revenue cycle approaches to the current financial meltdown will not work. Clinical AI provides a unique opportunity for hospitals to accelerate financial recovery without sacrificing patient care.

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