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    Do more with what you have.

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    Identify patients at risk and allocate existing
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Provider-Led, Population Health Management

Simple implementation. Intuitive experience. Our suite of products helps you scale to value-based care and population health management by extending the impact of your care team.

Phytel Empowers Providers and Care Teams

with actionable tools to analyze variances in care, reduce risk, and engage patients.

Phytel is in use by many of the largest healthcare systems nationwide

with over 30 million patients in our registry.

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Featured Webinar

Using Quality Metrics to Drive Improved Patient Outcomes

7/22/2014

Presenter: Richard Hodach, MD, PhD, MPH

Thought Leaders Richard Hodach, MD, PhD, MPH, CMO & VP Clinical Product Strategy, and Karen Handmaker, MPP, VP of Population Health Strategies, will share how organizations can succeed by using quality metrics to drive patient outcomes across populations.

Featured Blog

 "Waste Not...": Lean Care Management and Automation

 Karen Handmaker, MPP, VP, Population Health Strategies

 

A common example of waste in primary care is waiting time—waiting for an appointment, waiting in an exam room, or waiting for lab results. By rethinking how to make visits more efficient, practices are preparing for patients ahead of time by using standing orders, asking patients to have needed lab work before the visit, and delegating more tasks to Medical Assistants and RNs during the rooming process.

Presenting “Building the IT Infrastructure for Population Health and Care Management” at HIMSS14 - See more at: http://www3.phytel.com/#sthash.4cngZD1J.dpuf

Presenting “Building the IT Infrastructure for Population Health and Care Management” at HIMSS14 - See more at: http://www3.phytel.com/#sthash.4cngZD1J.dpuf

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