HealthEC’s analytics solution helps healthcare executives derive actionable insight from data patterns and trends to optimize strategies, and improvement projects and plans.
Key Performance Indicators
By tracking and trending custom KPIs, leadership teams can benchmark performance across physicians, practices, organizations and service providers, identify strengths and weakness in the care delivery process, and inform shared savings attributions.
With population-wide data insights, healthcare teams can stratify patients to identify high-cost, high-risk patients that warrant targeted, preventative care plans to help drive better outcomes.
Through analytics, healthcare leadership teams are equipped to evaluate contract performance against all measures and requirements and, armed with a clear understanding of patient risk stratification, quality performance and cost analytics, confidently engage in payer/provider discussions.
Organization-wide insight into utilization trends allows leadership teams to identify high-impact opportunities and gaps in the care cycle that might benefit from resource reallocation.
From building your population health management strategy to monitoring progress, analytics are paramount to succeeding under value-based care. HealthEC can help your organization achieve data-driven success in the years to come.
In the push to drive better outcomes through analytics, knowing is half the battle. HealthEC’s analytics solutions empower physicians with patient data insight without overwhelming them.
Patient Population Insights
HealthEC’s predictive analytics help physicians anticipate care needs and intervene with preventive activities, driving better outcomes and reducing the risk of costly, catastrophic events. Intuitive dashboards offer quick, patient-specific prompts to simplify care management and drive patient throughput.
Personal Performance Measures
HealthEC’s analytics solution also provides physicians with self-assessment tools to benchmark personal performance against peers in your network and against personal past performance. Physicians can track quality performance metrics over time to aid in meeting quality reporting requirements.