Category: Analytics

Helping to Fight COVID-19 Together, We Set A Bold Record in Developing Real-Time Analytics

Fighting the COVID-19 pandemic requires swift, data-driven action to dramatically impact our nation’s health. At KPI Ninja, it’s all about impacting health outcomes and with our nation facing an impending crisis, we wholeheartedly made the decision to invest in developing innovative analytics to support response efforts. With efficiency at the center of the pandemic strategy,…
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KPI Ninja Announces COVID-19 Innovation Team to Guide Interdisciplinary Pandemic Analytics

May 1, 2020 LINCOLN, Nebraska — KPI Ninja Inc., a leading healthcare technology company known for its comprehensive analytics, has created the COVID-19 Innovation Team to build interdisciplinary analytic efforts to support the pandemic preparedness and response; a significant continuation to build upon the existing health data-driven platform. The creation of this team is in…
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The Strength of Direct Primary Care During COVID-19

As the COVID-19 outbreak begins to take hold in the United States, KPI Ninja is ramping up our work to meet it. In the past two weeks, we have partnered with State and County Health Departments, Department of Health and Human Services, Hospitals, Clinics, EMS/first responders, as well as other national, regional, and local health…
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HIE Readmission Analytics to Expedite Value Creation

With increasing national costs, inconsistent quality outcomes, and an exploding wealth of health data, health information exchanges (HIE) are at an inflection point when it comes to value-based care. This is evident on the stakeholder side with growing demand for technology to reduce reporting burdens and support improved performance. The same holds true for streamlining…
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The Power of Emergency Department Classifications – Risk Stratification Analytics Part 2

Emergency departments are our nation’s back-up plan, intercepting urgent conditions of all types and intervening to stabilize and regain health. Emergency departments found their place in our health care system to provide decisive, rapid care to patients with life-threatening conditions. Today, too many patients seek care in the emergency department for non-life altering reasons. 25%…
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