With NetworkIntel™, you can quickly analyze the competitiveness of each Provider Network in the market, compare composition down to the NPI, and increase the marketability of your networks.
As the Medicare Advantage market matures and competition intensifies, Provider Network composition has become a key differentiator for many payors.
NetworkIntel™ provides a single source for Provider Network analytics, including a 360° competitive market view. Designed for payors, NetworkIntel™ delivers the key metrics, data, and analytics needed to make strategic decisions on market positioning. Whether strengthening existing markets or entering new ones, NetworkIntel™ enables analysis at all levels.
You can’t be the best without knowing how you stack up. Understanding the complexities of each market and the strength of competing networks is critical to success. NetworkIntel™ provides an intuitive market overview, allowing you to quickly understand the distribution of networks and their relative strength, all mapped to their respective Medicare Advantage plan IDs.
With NetworkIntel™, you can easily see who’s on top of their game and who isn’t. Our proprietary network scoring methodology analyzes each network’s size, depth, composition, and quality, respective to the market, and scores on a relative scale. In addition, our proprietary NPI Index, an essential input for our network scoring methodology, ranks each NPI on their influence (or marketability) in the market, ensuring networks with key physicians and hospitals record a competitive edge.
Understanding the exact design of competitive networks is critical when optimizing your marketability. With NetworkIntel™, you can access and analyze the complete composition of networks down to the NPI level.
Our network comparison feature provides a complete side-by-side view of any two networks, including the individual PCPs, Specialists, and Hospitals in each. The automated comparison immediately identifies the unique and common providers between the two and offers a download option for last-mile analysis.