Medicaid organizations are continuing to strive for better patient experience and healthcare. Data allows these organizations to drive better outcomes for both overall improved citizen healthcare and minimization of costs. By integrating and connecting data, when it comes to patient care, organizations are able to identify claims and encounters data, eligibility data, other agency data, such as social determinants of health. Healthcare organizations and providers can collect these data points into a single source of truth that is easily accessible to help with meeting the mission.
Medicaid healthcare organizations can use the single source of truth platforms to remove data silos, delayed data integration, and complex data pipeline transformations. Since these insights are valuable, it’s important to manage and secure the data platform effectively.
At a session of MESC 2021 on Wednesday, August 11, 2021, at 10:30 AM (EDT), industry experts will discuss how best to secure these platforms in order for organizations to access and share the data to meet their mission securely. Organizations can securely share data between entities without complex data pipelines through innovative solutions, such as data warehousing.
These developments, with organizations like Snowflake, allow Medicaid and healthcare organizations to collaborate better by sharing data securely and in near real-time. Data platforms are revolutionizing the healthcare industry by reducing complex processes and avoiding data duplications. By using data platforms, not only will the data be secure, but it also provides native governance controls that are critical with keeping Medicaid data secure.
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