HSG Launching Physician Network Intelligence

launch-buttonThis week, HSG — a national healthcare consulting firm that works with healthcare systems on healthcare strategic planning, physician network optimization and accountable care — confirmed to MHW today the launch of Physician Network Intelligence.

The offering is a physician referral analysis data platform that combines “the largest, most current, most complete claims data set in the industry with HSG’s physician network-focused consulting expertise.”

According to details shared, this comprehensive approach enables healthcare organizations to increase referral capture and revenue growth while also evolving their physician strategy.

“For years, we’ve witnessed our clients struggle with the existing solutions in the physician referral space. We’ve seen their frustrations with gaps in data, having to rely on their own resources to analyze data, and then trying to make sense of how that data should inform their strategy, all while paying exorbitant fees to do so,” said Travis Ansel, Director at HSG. “Physician Network Intelligence provides a differentiated and much needed solution that removes the burden of data analysis from the health system. Hospital executives can focus on implementing referral capture strategy that drives revenue growth, not running endless amounts of data,” Ansel added.

“We know that healthcare networks need to maximize revenue and align their physicians with a system-wide strategy to remain viable in today’s market,” adds David Miller, Managing Partner at HSG. “By determining areas of referral leakage and then developing a sound strategy to address those gaps, healthcare organizations can finally leverage intelligence and create opportunities to encourage system growth.”

If you want to learn more about HSG’s Physician Network Intelligence platform or to schedule a customized demonstration for your hospital or health system, the company asks that you contact HSG at 502-814-1182 or email Travis Ansel, Director, at tansel@HSGadvisors.com.

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