Category: Case Studies

Seizing the Value of Health Information Exchange Data – A Case Study

An insight paper that details an innovative technology approach to harness valueout of the two most common file formats within the Health Information Exchangeinfrastructure to support growing data needs. Value-based reforms and technology trends are reshaping healthcare. From the rapid adoption of new technologies, including the widespread adoption of electronic health record systems, to emerging…
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An improvement methodology to support value-based care and a culture of continuous improvement

The transition to value-based care is still in its infancy, yet many consumers have already seen dramatic shifts in the way healthcare is delivered compared with those who have yet to take the leap. A stimulus for these changes is a combination of unsustainable healthcare expenditures, higher than acceptable rates of healthcare-associated harm, low consumer…
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Henderson Health Care Reports Continued Revenue Growth, of Nearly $270k, with Continuous Process Improvements from Analytic Insights

Henderson Health Care (HHC), a Nebraska Critical Access Hospital, continues to improve the health of their population through the implementation of analytics and process improvements. Last year, HHC used analytics to gain an understanding of their population and the magnitude of care gaps, “Quality takes time. Initially, our focus was on internal quality assurance as…
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Health Information Exchange Reduces Quality Reporting Burden in Low-Resource Rural Hospitals

How much time is spent on reporting rather than improving hospitals’ quality performance? That is the question that should be on the minds of anyone who is seeking to transform health care. The more push toward value-based care we see, the more we see that analytics are the driving force in health care delivery and…
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NEHII & KPI Ninja: Building a High-Performance Integrated Population Health Infrastructure

Industry trends speak for themselves. Healthcare payments tied to value-based care are up to 34% from 23% in 2015. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation Center announced five new payment models to drive value in the primary care setting. With healthcare transitioning from fee-for-service to value-based care, there is an increasing demand from providers…
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