As AI transitions from an innovative disruptor to an indispensable tool in healthcare, stakeholders need to align on strategies to maximize its effectiveness. This starts with a commitment to data sharing and interoperability across the healthcare ecosystem. In an article published in HIT Consultant, Cotiviti executive vice president and administrative officer Jordan Bazinsky outlines three ways collaborative data sharing will drive AI’s accelerated presence in healthcare in 2020.
“In the past, payers and providers viewed sharing data between each other with great skepticism, concerned that this posed a competitive threat. But in today’s AI-driven world, providers and health plans simply cannot optimize their business without information from the other party, so data sharing thus presents a strong return on investment."
Read his article to learn how data sharing and AI impact:
- Risk stratification and imminent health risk prediction
- Fraud, waste, and abuse prevention by alerting payers and providers to new schemes
- Payment integrity by positioning health plans to move from retrospective to prospective review