Clinigence’s solution—built around clinical data analytics, sematic data aggregation, and predictive modeling—provides real-time clinically-based reports about care gaps which help healthcare providers improve outcomes to proactively address the shift to value-based models and the growing demand for quality patient care.
Goates, recipient of a statewide innovation award in Utah, leverages the exception-reporting capabilities of Clinigence to achieve time and cost savings associated with accessing patient data. He and his IT staff create registries to increase patient volume in traditionally low-volume months such as September and October.
Ross says of the dozen or so vendors the organization met with, Clinigence was the only one that could extract quality measures from the electronic medical record (EMR). The alternative, he says, was handing the physicians a clipboard and having them essentially do the extraction themselves. Ross also credits Clinigence for providing a web-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud solution where CCHI can view each practice online and where they stand on the CMS ACO clinical measures.
Imagine what kind of insights we can get out of the data that we’re collecting, and then how this can then accelerate medical knowledge. Not just in the context of the holy grail of accountable care – helping deliver care that’s more efficient and effective – but really advancing medical science, identifying new things, new treatment protocols that otherwise we would never know about or would take us generations potentially to find.
Through this partnership, organizations can implement both Clinigence’s and Halfpenny Technologies’ solutions to work in parallel to compile the necessary analytics with claims and clinical data so providers in any care setting can more effectively and proactively address and close patient care gaps.