Tag: interoperability

Making Laboratory Data Useful for Population Health Efforts – Risk Stratification Analytics Part 6

Providers are familiar with using laboratory test results to assist in the diagnosing and monitoring of a patient’s health condition. Performing this work for an entire population is challenging, as providers and care teams simply do not have time to jump from system to system to review test results, reconcile it with other health data…
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Gratitude Underlies Our 2020 HIE Reflections

While the pandemic exposed many vulnerabilities in our health care system, we here at KPI Ninja like to remain positive – and there were so many great things that happened this year! The best part of our 2020? Health organizations of all sizes now have a greater appreciation for the critically important role that Health…
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Driving Health Outcomes with Electronic Notifications

Using event-based and quality of care alerts support interdisciplinary workflows to improve the health of populations. How well are you using your technologies to support care coordination and population health? At KPI Ninja we support payers, health systems, risk-bearing organizations and providers in ways that go beyond electronic notification requirements. Our technology supports you to…
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Data Quality in an Abundance of Electronic Health Information for Electronic Clinical Quality Measures (eCQMs)

The quality of data is foundational for creating data-driven health care systems, so what is the current landscape for assessing and maximizing the quality of electronic health data for measuring performance? While electronic data poses a great opportunity – an emphasis should be placed on the quality and completeness of that data to use for…
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Answers to Five of The More Common Questions We Hear About ONC Health IT Certification

The healthcare industry is facing many technological challenges with the enactment of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act and the adoption of electronic documentation of health information. The widespread demand for products, evolving standards and the critical need to improve our health care system, triggered the need for a concerted,…
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