Lessons Learned from a Success MIPS Submission

A MIPS 2017 Success Story

Lessons Learned to Help You Prepare for MIPS 2018 MIPS 2017 Submissions Are Over! What’s Next? Congratulations to everyone who worked diligently to understand the Merit-Based […]
Yellow Sign Proposed NCQA Changes Ahead

NCQA Proposed Changes to Health Plan Accreditation Standards

NCQA Proposed Changes to 2019 Health Plan Accreditation Standards In keeping with the national focus and ongoing evolution of the healthcare environment, NCQA has been soliciting […]
Data-driven healthcare

Preparing a Successful Data-Driven Healthcare Implementation

We have all heard the term “Big Data.” In healthcare, this term is often used to refer to large volumes of electronic health data, such as […]

Celebrating 25 Years of SPH Success Infographic

SPH By the Numbers At SPH Analytics, we bring 25 years of service and innovation to empower clients with world-class solutions that drive improvement in quality programs. Since […]
Pregnant couple reviewing health information as part of their provider's patient engagement program

The Importance of Member and Patient Engagement

Targeted outreach and engagement can have a significant impact on the quality of patient and health plan member care, health outcomes, informed decision making, healthcare costs, […]
Doctors reviewing MIPS

Easier MIPS—Better Care, Higher Scores

CMS Wants to Know… Since MACRA first went into effect, placing reporting pressure on Medicare providers, CMS has continued to analyze the burden on clinicians.  Modern […]

Positive Trends in Population Health for 2018

Chronic disease. This is one of the biggest health challenges the United States faces as a nation. Despite some pockets of success in population health designed […]
NCQA Population Health Management (PHM) Category

NCQA Adds PHM Requirements to Health Plan Accreditation Standards

The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has been accrediting health plans for over 20 years, providing ratings for plans that cover more than 136 million […]