Understanding the value in big data can make the biggest difference in improving patient care. It’s not enough to just have the data on-hand – physicians and clinical staff must have clear, actionable insight into their analytics to effectively meet the needs of their patients.


Caravan’s model connects analytics to change at the practice level. This allows our ACO partners to make data-driven decisions that address clinical barriers and drive continuous improvement.

Since joining a Caravan Health partner ACO, Mammoth Hospital has leveraged Caravan’s data and analytics platform Lightbeam Health Solutions to give the best care possible for their community. Through the support of Caravan, their clinical team can now easily identify their high-cost patients on which they can have the greatest impact and make appropriate changes to their care.

We sat down with Mammoth’s Chief Financial Officer Melanie VanWinkle to hear her insight on effective use of data and how its drastically improved its community health.
 

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