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Stakeholder Collaboration

Engage Partners that Predicate Your Success

The complexities involved with making the transformation to value-based healthcare while remaining compliant and improving business performance are immense. Health plans, PBMs, integrated delivery systems, specialty pharmacies and managed services organizations cannot do it alone. Their success is predicated by many stakeholders who play a critical part in each of these processes. Healthcare organizations need to engage critical stakeholders such as providers and service providers as they have a direct impact on compliance, operational performance and revenue realization.

MedHOK’s Unified Payer Platform provides full-function stakeholder collaboration through proactive features, such as our Provider Portal, 360Provider Dashboard, Provider Disputes and Partner Delegation Oversight. In addition, MedHOK’s Unified Payer Platform is pre-integrated with a range of critical industry data and decision support sources including clinical criteria, health education, risk adjustment, quality management, information exchange, pharmacy files and PBMs. MedHOK’s Unified Payer Platform provides everything you need to succeed in value-based healthcare and compliance. It’s all right here.


Engage critical stakeholders including providers to improve member service, increase quality, and drive revenue realization


Ensure partners are providing compliant support to ensure adherence to CMS guidance


Pre-integration with leading providers of clinical data and decision support tools

Stakeholder Collaboration Components

MedHOK enables healthcare organizations to engage critical stakeholders to improve business relationships, drive better member care and improve compliance adherence.

Learn more about the Stakeholder Collaboration components in MedHOK’s Unified Payer Platform by clicking the titles below.

White Paper

Focus on the Member: The Premise for Value-Based Healthcare
Value-based healthcare requires a focus on the member – quite a shift from the provider-centric, transaction-focused models with which payers are familiar. This paper discusses how a focus on the member will result in better quality, care, and outcomes.

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