Healthcare’s changing landscape
The Healthcare industry is undergoing a highly significant amount of change which is causing new challenges that have never been faced before. This is primarily due to changes in the regulatory environment designed to drive improvements. Business intelligence and analytics will allow healthcare organizations to proactively improve their quality of care. Whether you want to effectively manage new payment models or predict readmission likelihood, we can help.
Overcome your key business challenges with HEAL
IMPROVING QUALITY OF CARE
Analyzing quality of care is imperative to the success of your healthcare organization. Quality can be measured by looking at outcomes, satisfaction, efficiency, safety, utilization and engagement. Overcome this challenge by understanding quality at a provider and patient level and how it relates to PQRS metrics. Know what truly drives quality by eliminating the guesswork.
DRIVING BETTER OUTCOMES
Outcomes have to be improved for every patient encounter. This involves evaluating risks, measuring the past performance, using analytical models to predict the likely outcomes and prescribe appropriate treatment plans.
MEANINGFUL USE OF DATA
As meaningful use adoption increases, new challenges will arise. These challenges include gaining actionable insights from the vast amounts of data that are now being captured. Effectively linking EHR data with operational and financial data can provide key strategic insights.
EVOLUTION OF REIMBURSEMENT MODELS
As contracts change from fee-for-service to pay-for- performance, revenue related risks will continue to increase.
Gain transparency into the performance of each contract. Understand the details that make up each payment so there are no surprises.
FOCUS ON COST
Efficient care is becoming an equal benchmark to quality of care. Maintaining efficiency without risking quality can be a significant challenge.
Use the power of analytics to forecast the outcome of implementing efficiency changes.
HEAL manages your data
- Electronic medical records
- Lab results
- Prescription data
- External data sources Genetic and genomic profiles
- Claims data
- Process management
- Enterprise planning data
- Quality and safety data
- Claims data
- Activity-based costing
- Facility utilization
- Dietary data
- Wearables data
- Healthcare usage patterns