Data with a Purpose

Unlocking the value of clinical data

Combining more than 1,000 clinical data experts along, our market-leading, enterprise-class clinical data management software, an action-driven analytics engine and the insights of more than 1,000 partners across the country. 

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Next-Generation Performance

As today’s health system rapidly evolves toward a true clinical enterprise, there is no strategic imperative more important than providing the best quality care—a key determinant of whether a health system is built to last. 

 

A health system’s quality performance determines every metric that matters—from sustainable revenue growth and physician recruitment & retention to customer satisfaction—and is the primary driver of competition among health systems.

 Despite its importance, many healthcare leaders express frustration in their ability to meaningfully inflect quality. 

Enterprise Clinical Data Management

We use a comprehensive approach called Enterprise Clinical Data Management—eCDM. 

  • A blueprint for quality culture that encompasses the strategy behind improving quality.
  • Complete, high-fidelity and secure quality data management to support a hospital’s or system’s strategic imperatives.
  • Industry-wide best practices and tools that move data to information to action.

Best in Class Offering

Partnering with some of the top health systems in the market, our team works with the health system’s quality leaders and broader leadership team to deploy an enterprise clinical data management platform that is purpose-built to transform clinical quality. 

 

By leveraging our market-leading technology, clinical experts, analytics and information, and insights from our partner community, we build a differentiated quality culture, capture clinical quality data, and drive best-in-class performance.

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White Paper: Clinical Data Governance

As a first step in an enterprise approach to clinical management, health systems must create a governance structure to determine what measures will truly impact their performance.  

While health system growth is driven increasingly by public rankings and centers of excellence designations, the calculus behind these ratings can vary significantly. However, one near constant is the use of clinical data registry participation to gain this recognition. At the same time, there has been a proliferation of registry options – growing to more than 153 national clinical registries in United States by 2017i. Today, hospitals participate in an average of 10 registries and the top 20 registries are expected to grow in participation at an average of 7% each year until 2021.

 

Insights:

As payors and insurers continue to look for means of stratifying payments through Value Based Purchasing, registries are prime resources to assist in aligning incentives to ensure that the right care occurs at the right time, every time. Many registries are already incorporated into national ranking methodologies (e.g. US News and World Report), or in insurers’ narrow network tiers through defining centers of excellence (e.g. BCBS Michigan). Hospitals are also operating amid an empowered patient movement. Growing demands for price transparency and enhanced insurance options, like expanded provider networks and the availability of health savings accounts, illustrate consumerism in health care is unabating. Therefore, it is more important than ever that providers understand patients’ preferences when choosing where to go for treatment.

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