At Change Healthcare, we collaborate with policymakers, our customers and industry experts to inspire a better healthcare system and accelerate the journey to value-based healthcare.
A Connected Healthcare Ecosystem. Clinically integrated systems—within the four walls of a hospital and externally, within the community—are a necessity in healthcare today. With our partners, we accelerate interoperability, reducing the time and effort needed to track down patients’ medical records.
Reducing the Costs of Healthcare. Change will always be a constant in healthcare. We are committed to helping our customers deliver better care and realize improved outcomes. We help customers operate more efficiently and effectively, including optimizing their participation in value-based care models.
Improving Quality Outcomes. This is a critical time for healthcare in the U.S. Payers, providers, and policymakers alike recognize the importance of the shift to value-based care. Through a combination of analytic tools and care coordination services, we help providers reach their patient populations to improve outcomes and enhance the patient experience.
We actively engage with key organizations at both the federal and state levels who are leading industry efforts to help create a more efficient and collaborative healthcare system. These organizations include: Healthcare Leadership Council, Confidentiality Coalition, eHealth Initiative®, National Conference of State Legislators, and Future of Privacy Forum.
Change Healthcare occupies a unique position in the center of the healthcare ecosystem through our relationships with payers, hospitals, physicians, pharmacies, dentists, and laboratories. As a result, we generate data that can be used to improve outcomes and drive cost efficiency in healthcare. Preserving patient and customer trust through responsible data use is one of Change Healthcare’s highest priorities. Aligned with the HIPAA mandate to protect individuals’ Identifiable Patient Data, we are committed to: (1) transparency about collection, use, and disclosure of patient data and (2) rigorous policies and procedures governing how data will be used and shared.