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Use data to improve patient outcomes and minimize provider costs.
Healthcare organizations carry a large responsibility—they seek to deliver the best possible patient experience and outcome at cost effective rates. To achieve this balance, a strong data infrastructure, a data-driven culture, and the right tools are required.
We help healthcare companies use their data to move from fee-for-service to value-based care and understand the importance of longitudinal data from multiple sources to demonstrate effectiveness of care.
With healthcare policy and regulation in constant flux, health care providers (and payers) should have a flexible modern data infrastructure so that they can be nimble and resilient in a critically-important and dynamic industry.
It takes more than just reporting from an EMR systems for healthcare providers to achieve their goals. They must integrate all kinds of data whether from their payer partners, public sources, or other niche data sources to truly have the visibility needed to advance their missions. We can build the data infrastructure your organization needs to support data scientists, analysts, administrators, regulators, clinicians, and others.
See the relationships between financial, quality, patient flow, and workforce data. Maximize efficiency by analyzing staffing levels, patient turnover, and wait times.
Report and share relevant patient history and care data between healthcare providers for improved, personalized patient care. Get a unified view of patients by connecting clinical, insurance, and demographic data. Ensure patient confidentiality in secure reporting systems.
Analyze inventory, supply, and vendor data to uncover cost saving opportunities and streamline your supply chain.
Integrate data across multiple hospitals, clinics, and functional areas (clinical care, finance, research, operations, etc.) to get insights into processes and outcomes across multiple facilities.
Use data to design customized insurance plans, deliver a personalized experience for members, fast track claims, and improve customer reporting so members can make better decisions regarding their coverage and overall health.
Seeing the big picture can be difficult when you’re busy running the business. Our team assesses how to manage best, analyze and utilize your data to achieve your business goals, complete with a custom action plan that acts as the north star to all your data initiatives.
Implementing new data and analytics solutions can be expensive and time consuming. Our team of experts will build and deploy the foundation, architecture, and data analytics you need to set your teams up for success.
Avoid disrupting your business by trusting us with the delicate task of moving you away from legacy data solutions, and fast-tracking you to modern cloud-based platforms that promote innovation.
Fill talent gaps at any level of your organization and get ongoing support from our highly specialized team of data experts, including CDOs, data engineers, data architects, project managers, and business analysts.