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Evolent's Katie McKillen joined an expert panel about the use of data and analytics to support equity improvement.
Health plans need robust outreach efforts so members don’t lose coverage unnecessarily.
Healthcare Finance highlights Evolent's Social Needs Index, a tool that prompts physicians to ask patients about nonmedical factors that contribute to poor health outcomes.
Facing an intreated infection and a host of family and financial difficulties at home, a mother urgently needed support. Evolent RN Nurse Educator Yuneysi Diaz answered the call for help.
Providers and payers have invested millions of dollars into population health with mixed results. Why is this?
RN Care Advisor Carissa Grepo draws on her own past experiences—a sister's illness and loved ones' deaths—to help a family coming to grips with end-of-life issues.
Hear how we're making an impact on Banner Health Network's risk adjustment program by providing physicians with timely, relevant and actionable information to improve reporting accuracy.
When a crucial piece of medical equipment was mistakenly denied to a young boy, RN Care Advisor Andrea Baker jumped into action to ensure he didn't go without it.
Writing for Health Affairs, Evolent's Anita Cattrell explains how "social treatments," such as housing and healthy food, can help improve individuals' health.
After language and literacy barriers caused a refugee patient to miss important appointments, Paige Kolok devised a simple but effective solution to help the woman stay on course.
Evolent Health's Managing Director of Data Science and Development Brandon Barber presents a case study of risk adjustment in Texas Medicaid in a paper for the Society of Actuaries.
To help a patient experiencing serious health problems, Evolent RN Care Advisor Jessica Cooper addressed not only her medical needs, but also financial, social and emotional barriers to better health.
Population health is a central component of value-based care. However, despite significant investment, the ability to generate value varies greatly from one organization to the next. Why is this?