Achieving superior clinical outcomes for specific patient populations
Valor’s services are centered around achieving superior clinical outcomes in specific patient populations and focuses on information and data-driven clinical decision making, primary care driven clinical workforce, patient engagement and community integration.
- Policy Analysis & Development
- Project Management
- Population Health Management
- Population Health Data Analysis
- Care Management Program
- Clinical Case Reporting & Studies
- Population Health Economics
- Population Health Finance & Operations
Valor Improved Clinical Quality by Annual A1C Testing
Approximately 13% of the U.S. adult population has diabetes. Control of blood sugars significantly impacts healthcare costs and quality of life of many Americans.
A1C is a measure of diabetic control. In a study period from 2018 to 2020, Valor Healthcare implemented a program to improve A1C levels in their VA patient population compared to the national average. By systematically diagnosing diabetes and then following up with patient education, lab and interventions, Valor improved clinical outcomes to outperform the VA National Average.
When reviewing the graph, a lower number is better than a higher number.
Reducing Inappropriate Use of PSA Screening for Prostate Cancer: a Population Health Case Study
Clinical Informatics, Data Analytics, and Population Health Methodologies Lead to Significant Reduction in the Clinically Inappropriate Use of PSA-Based Screening for Prostate Cancer