October 24, 2014 9:36 PM ET

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Company Overview of IDC Health Insights

Company Overview

IDC Health Insights provides market research and advisory services to health and life sciences industry executives. It offers various products and services, such as research coverage and analysis of the payer, provider, and life sciences segments. The company’s research coverage includes market intelligence on industry challenges and opportunities, practices and business case studies to lower risk and take informed decisions regarding current and future investments, analysis of information technology suppliers and technologies, and benchmarking research and analysis for comparison. Its advisory services focus on technology-enabled business processes. The company also provides consulting and ...

5 Speen Street

Framingham, MA 01701

United States

Founded in 2005





Key Executives for IDC Health Insights

Program Director of Payer Information Technology Strategies
Research Director of Clinical Development
Program Director of Health Payer Research
Vice President of Research
Age: 54
Program Director of Health Provider Research
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

IDC Health Insights Key Developments

IDC Health Insights Launches Healthcare IT Services Strategies Advisory Service

IDC Health Insights announced the launch of the Healthcare IT Services Strategies advisory service, designed to address the critical challenges faced by business executives and technology leaders. The new service will help both buyers and suppliers of IT services save time, reduce cost, and mitigate risk related to management of their increasingly complex and important relationships. ClicktoTweet: IDC Health Insights Launches Healthcare IT Services. The new Healthcare IT Services Strategies advisory service provides objective insight and supporting data for decision makers as they embrace the demands of health reform, technology innovation, and competitive market dynamics. Decision makers include those at payers, providers, and the organizations that are implementing new healthcare business models (e.g. evolving care delivery organizations), as well as suppliers of IT consulting, systems integration, business process outsourcing (BPO), and IT outsourcing (ITO) services. Planned research in the new advisory service will evaluate key challenges in relationships between these organizations as they: Identify the best suppliers of IT consulting and outsourcing in selected market sub-segments; Align enterprise strategy and IT service provider capabilities in a dynamic marketplace; Engage the best strategies, tactical plans, and skills to drive technology initiatives; Employ the right personnel and best practices in selected market sub-segments; Optimize long-term relationships between buyers and suppliers of IT services; Invest in people, technologies, market segments, and capabilities; Explore the needs and buying behaviors of consumers of healthcare IT services. This new service relies on an established body of published research, current topical surveys, secondary research, and the rigorous synthesis of information from healthcare executives, clinicians, services vendors, and industry experts. A unique breadth and depth of healthcare IT services coverage is achieved by relying on both the IDC Health Insights team's expertise and on the quantitative and qualitative methodologies developed from IDC's 50-year history analyzing global IT markets. In the next year this new advisory service will publish reports that explore: Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Services for Healthcare Payers; Healthcare Payer Business Intelligence Consulting Services; Healthcare Provider Clinical Analytics Services; Business Models for Healthcare Analytics; Healthcare Payer Business Intelligence Outsourcing Services; The new Healthcare IT Services Strategies program addresses key challenges faced by the decision-makers that create and manage the complex relationships between healthcare organizations and IT services suppliers.

IDC Health Insights Appoints Deanne Primozic Kasim as Research Director

IDC Health Insights announced the appointment of Deanne Primozic Kasim to Research Director, responsible for research on Healthcare Payer IT Strategies. In this role, Deanne's coverage includes the evolving policy, cost, regulatory, and delivery issues of today's U.S. health care system, including the effects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health insurance exchange practices and payer organization contract terms, patient safety and outcome measurement tools and programs, and the operations of the Medicare and Medicaid programs. With more than 25 years of experience in the health care industry, Deanne also boasts an extensive knowledge of IT applications supporting various health care topics. Previously, Deanne co-founded and served as a managing partner at Santesys Solutions. Santesys helps private, public-sector, and non-profit organizations navigate the market, economic, regulatory, and IT waves of change throughout the health care delivery system. Prior to that, Deanne was the Director of Marketing at the Academy for Healthcare Management.

IDC Health Insights Launches New Accountable Care IT Strategies Advisory Service

IDC Health Insights announced the launch of the Accountable Care IT Strategies advisory service to provide in-depth research on the critical technologies for both public and private accountable care programs. Designed for healthcare technology and business executives who are involved in establishing accountable care programs, research will address the key challenges facing healthcare organizations such as the right level of IT investment, how to mitigate risk while selecting vendors in a very early-stage market, and the critical role of data in financial and clinical performance of accountable care. Unlike any of its competitors, IDC Health Insights' research is based on an integrated research model that includes the new and emerging intersections and changing relationships among all healthcare stakeholders. In the year ahead, this service will address the following topics: The right level of technology investment for accountable care; Sustainable accountable care business models; What technology investments programs are making for accountable care; Best practices technology acquisition and deployment for accountable care; Case study of care management deployment for accountable care; Rationalizing existing analytic assets in light of Big Data technology investments; Case study of Big Data and analytics deployment; Technology vendor landscape of Big Data and analytics vendors; Vendor landscape of accountable care analytics vendors; Case study of provider-based patient compliance; How to balance personal touch and technology for optimal patient compliance; Social and emotional insights into patient compliance; How to mitigate risk when selecting a vendor partner in an emerging market.

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