Focusing on prevention and using analytic tools to manage Medicaid beneficiaries will be a key element in enabling states to make their health care programs more efficient and effective. Predictive and clinical analytics are essential to creating targeted programs for Medicaid MCO’s (Managed Care Organizations) to help identify high-risk members, track healthcare metrics against benchmarks and provide care managers with access to current clinical and financial data.
Caring for vulnerable populations, such as people with complex chronic conditions, elderly populations, or those with comorbidity, is causing huge challenges for global health organizations. Although they represent a minority of the population, these groups consume a majority of health care resources. And yet, more spending doesn’t guarantee better outcomes. How can you transform care delivery to drive better results for those most at risk?
Transportation agencies have access to all kinds of data including traffic volume, flow, average speed, transit use, as well as operational data like human resources, projects and assets. As we move into the world of big data, how can state and local governments tap into their information to help make short and long-term decisions.
Managers of social programs are under pressure to meet the rapidly evolving needs of individuals and communities, while dealing with increasing budget constraints at the same time. What can governments do to deliver more effective and efficient social programs?
Government and education organizations still managing labor with outdated manual time and attendance systems are taking a big risk. They’re not just wasting valuable time and resources. They’re also exposing their organizations to the potential consequences of noncompliance with labor laws and policies.
Governments are under increasing pressure to produce better, cheaper and faster results at the same time budgets are cut back. One of the quickest and most powerful tools available to government today is a mobile device.
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Energy efficiency improvements to public buildings can have a big impact on state and local government budgets and the environment. Making necessary upgrades can decrease public sector energy consumption, thereby driving down costs and ultimately having positive long-term impacts on the environment. For the public sector, the decision to make these improvements is often eased by state and local government policies that provide incentives to accelerate upgrades and renovations.
Today, more and more government agencies are adopting analytics to drive change and innovation to achieve results-based government. Business intelligence capabilities such as scorecards, dashboards and reporting, and predictive analytics are being used to measure program performance and deliver citizen services and meet the goals of government.
As implementation of the ACA is under way, many states are looking at ways to improve service delivery to their citizens across various programs, maximizing the value from Federal funding. Many have come to the realization that added efficiencies from modernized integrated eligibility systems can go a long way in meeting the needs of citizens while keeping costs low.