Value-based care will continue to exist. Value-based care is currently being adopted by a large number of healthcare providers. Leaders who are able to implement strategies, monitor the competition, and are prepared to lead the change are needed for this transition.
One of these strategic leaders is Holon Solutions CEO Jon Zimmerman, who has helped healthcare organizations successfully transition to value-based care.
Jon, a veteran of the industry, is well-known for his expertise and dedication to improving health outcomes by utilizing technology to provide the most accurate health information to the appropriate stakeholders at the appropriate time. He is determined to use technology to get past the obstacles that prevent the efficient sharing of health information.
As Holon’s CEO, Zimmerman is in charge of determining the company’s long-term strategy and encouraging the Team to deliver for and with Customers.
Delivering Extraordinary Value to Partners and Customers
Jon took over as Holon Solutions’ CEO in October 2019. Holon Solutions has since strengthened and expanded its technology platform, winning two significant patents; creating a team of highly scaled, cross-functional leaders who share a common vision and a passion for enhancing healthcare and serving customers; acquiring and implementing a number of strategic partners, customers, and distributors; and developed a strategic growth strategy to provide its partners and customers with exponential value.
Providing a Comprehensive Technology Platform
Holon is on a mission to improve everyone’s health by providing precise information delivery that maximizes clinical and financial outcomes through sustainable engagement. Its technology platform includes the following:
Delivering multiple desired knowledge sources simultaneously designed and built to complement and extend sponsors’ and customers’ existing systems, as well as complimentary adoption services and operational analytics for a virtuous cycle of continuous improvement, Holon’s sponsors and users can ease the burden to:
Implement Value-based Care
Close Care Gaps to Meet Measures, Establish Accurate Risk Scores, Enhance Network Integrity, Coordinate Community Resources, Enhance Lab Order Coding, Automate Authorizations, Allow Patients to Participate in Practices, and Implement Value-Based Care, according to Jon. By five to ten years, telehealth has accelerated. Disparities in health equity are now much more obvious. Personal choices and responsibilities are now part of the national conversation. In a data-fragmented environment, the difficulties of implementing value-based care have surfaced as a problem that must be addressed right away.
Making Healthcare Better for Everyone
The leadership team at Holon Solutions has witnessed remarkable advancements in the utilization of analytical support tools and analytics in order to assist them in gaining a deeper comprehension of the best course of action for anyone, anywhere. It has also seen significant progress in patient engagement, remote access, such as telehealth, and remote patient monitoring, which has made it possible for more people to receive care rather than for more people to have to go to a care facility.
Jon mentions that as the Social Determinants of Health (SDH) are becoming increasingly recognized, they are beginning to realize the critical importance of “whole-person care” in assisting individuals in achieving better health through more comprehensive support. However, if these advancements are not organized and implemented in a coordinated manner to facilitate widespread adoption and maximize value for care teams and their patients, they will not reach their full potential.
Delivering High-impact Knowledge and Collaborative Functionality
According to Jon, our healthcare ecosystem is increasingly complex, fragmented, and difficult to navigate.
Holon first detects what a user is attempting to accomplish for and/or with whom through patented technology. The software then identifies and delivers additional information or adjunct capabilities to assist them in carrying out the correct task with less effort and improved results.
Holon Solutions is constantly improving its sensing, content/function-sourcing, and information logistics capabilities so that it can provide more users with high-impact knowledge and collaborative functionality so that they can concentrate on their tasks rather than navigating an impenetrable ecosystem. Jon says that machines should make navigation easier so that people can do their best and most important work with as few interruptions as possible.
Having a Shared and Inspired Purpose
When discussing the significance of a positive work environment, Jon mentions that it is a requirement for any successful business. The positive work environment at Holon is based on a foundation and practice of collaboration with transparency and an inspired and shared goal of providing customer value with respect and support for all team members. Every day, the Holon team enjoys supporting, empowering, and encouraging one another to do our best for our customers.
Prioritize Stakeholders’ Needs and Meeting Them
It all boils down to putting stakeholders’ needs first and addressing them. When we asked Jon how to best address the pressing issues we face now and, in the future, he responded, “Developing empathetic understanding is key”. Carefully identify and engage stakeholders to comprehend their objectives, obstacles, and accelerators to achieving them. Coordinate the goals of the stakeholders with those of their codependent coworkers.
A Note to Aspiring Leaders
Prioritize their requirements with care. ensure adoption and incorporate the desired capabilities in a manner that assists users in their workflows. And measure, expand, and enhance the impact over time. “A Note to Aspiring Leaders” Jon advises aspiring healthcare leaders to “Build a foundation of operational understanding of healthcare.” Always begin by comprehending the “Why” a stakeholder requires a solution. Concentrate on effects that are real, attainable, and measurable.
Additionally, he states, “To develop the art of the possible and practical, look broadly at the technology landscape.” Listen well, work quickly, design for adoption, facilitate, and evaluate customer outcomes.