This new and comprehensive report by Point-of-Care Partners (POCP) on electronic prior authorization (ePA) is aimed at providing advice to payers, providers, life sciences companies, and the stakeholders supporting them. It will be especially valuable to aspirational and progressive payers and providers involved in value-and risk-based contracts, as well as organizations that are similarly challenged to improve patient safety while also containing rising costs.
The report leverages Point-of-Care Partner’s unique perspective and relationship in the market with payers, providers, and their vendors. POCP’s experts drew on their extensive experience with ePA, ePrescribing, medication management, and transactions in support of value-based care together with industry interviews to craft this compelling report with a focus on:
|PBMs||INTERMEDIARIES||EHRs||RCM||CLINICAL CONTENT||ePRESCRIBING NETWORKS||PAYERS/UM|
|Cigna/Express Scripts||Anthem/AIM Specialty||Allscripts||Availity||Change/InterQual||Allscripts/Veradigm||Agadia|
|and 10 other companies||and 5 others||and 1 other||and 2 others|
ePA vendor profiles featuring the most comprehensive list ever compiled of more than 40 representative and leading ePA ecosystem vendors segmented by their primary ePA focus into seven categories
Here’s some of what you’ll get in this comprehensive 107-page report:
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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.