Healthcare is complex and electronic prior authorization (ePA) is one very visible component being shaped by tensions between various stakeholders, changing standards and forthcoming regulations.
Point-of-Care Partners leveraged our unique perspective and relationships in the market with payers, providers, life sciences companies, and the stakeholders supporting them to create this new and comprehensive report. Our experts brought their extensive experience with ePA, ePrescribing, medication management, and transactions in support of value-based care together with industry interviews, in the writing of this report designed to bring your team up to speed on the ePA landscape with an in-depth analysis of what the future may hold.
This report contains invaluable information for organizations who want to stay ahead of industry changes through smart strategic planning. This report not only contains in-depth analysis but translates it into actionable advice to consider regarding ePA – such as
A preview of the report that highlights the full table of contents is available, however, you’ll find the report focuses on the following areas:
|PBMs||INTERMEDIARIES||EHRs||RCM||CLINICAL CONTENT||ePRESCRIBING NETWORKS||PAYERS/UM|
|Cigna/Express Scripts||Anthem/AIM Specialty||Allscripts||Availity||Change/InterQual||Allscripts/Veradigm||Agadia|
|and 1 other||and 10 other companies||and 5 others||and 1 other||and 2 others|
3. Identifying the greatest short and longer-term opportunities for ePA
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ePrior Authorization’s Real Benefits: Reducing Frictional Costs and Speeding Time to Therapy
ePA is a key approach to ameliorating some of the unintended consequences of prior
authorization through automation. Our goal with this report — our most extensive ever (with
40+ diagrams and tables, and 90+ references) — is to offer healthcare stakeholders an
independent analysis of the market, realistic maturity models, and a profile of what vendors
and service companies are currently doing around ePA so they can arm themselves with the
information needed to plan strategically and meet their goals.