PURPOSE DRIVEN PLATFORMS
but by a new product that is completely different – and usually markedly better.
In other words, the “old thing” gets replaced by something revolutionary, not something evolutionary.”
Data Acquisition, Clinical & Claims Storage, eMPI, HL7 & CCDA Mapping, Code Normalization
Provider Portal, Results Delivery, Care Gap Reporting, Panel Monitoring, Alerts & Notifications
Lightweight Data Capture Tools, Operational & Population Health Reporting
Data Quality Improvement, Clinical Quality Measurement, Care Gap Reporting
Prior to President Eisenhower’s interstate highway blueprint, road development was in a state of chaos resulting in a tremendous amount of waste. Healthcare today is in a state of similar disarray.
Our core technologies coordinate, monitor and act on the vast amounts of data coming from an increasingly “blueprint-less” medical superhighway. This revolutionary 360 degree infrastructure enables the coordination of highly complex data sets that need to travel amongst many disparate locations to decrease waste, increase quality and maximize profitability in the healthcare vertical.
Source: Reducing Waste in Healthcare, Health Affairs, 12/13/12
Aggregate relevant clinical & non-clinical data for analysis & work-flow implementation
Rapidly create and deploy enterprise HL7 & CCD maps. Source & destination agnostic
Enable accurate assimilation of patient and provider identities resolving data issues across data silos
Manage the flow of data through synchronized communication across disparate systems
Tools for strategic decision making through in depth analyses and reporting
Increase security and transparency through role-based data element-level access
Improve outcomes and close gaps with effective care transitions
Evidence based, protocol driven calculations for at risk populations: NQF, HEDIS and Custom
“And decision-making algorithms will disrupt solution shops, putting the perspective of the world’s most expert specialists into the hands of primary care physicians.”The Innovator's Prescription: A Disruptive Solution for Health Care, 2008
The systems on the front line have to be usable so that doctors actually want to interact with the electronic health record, or [so that] nurses or others can access critical information that will eventually not just save money or improve the quality of care but save livesDr. Karen Desalvo, ONC