Tag: actionable data

The National Coordinator for Health IT Shares Perspective on the Future of HIEs

“It’s not just about having data to do the analysis. It’s about having actionable data that helps build outcomes. This is where the HIEs come in.” -Micky Tripathi, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology After years of progress in interoperability, Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) are aligned to support the requirements put on health care organizations…
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A Multi-Tenant System: Breaking Down Ninja Universe’s Design

Getting the right people, the right data, at the right time is one of the first steps to improving our health care system. That is where Ninja Universe comes in. Not all data and not all users are created equal. Gone are the days of provisioning a standard user to a standard dashboard. As health…
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Identifying Frailty – Risk Stratification Analytics Part 7

Frailty, while sometimes referred to as the normal aging process, is not always seen in geriatric patients. Rather, frailty as part of risk stratification is defined as a set of health characteristics that are associated with poor health outcomes, no matter the age. While there is no standard definition or formal diagnosis of frailty, identification…
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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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Moving Beyond Condition Cohorts – Risk Stratification Analytics Part 5

Many providers and care teams head down population health paths by targeting conventional, condition-based cohorts.  Yet, research has proven that the clustering of morbidity is a better predictor of health care service resource use than the presence of specific diseases. Condition cohorts are one approach. Patient-centered morbidity cohorts are another. When combined, the result is…
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