We Cure Clinical Data Disorder
For HIEs, ACOs, Health Systems, Healthcare IT Vendors, and Payers, clinical data is disorderly—especially when integrating multiple systems.
Patient data from all certified Electronic Health Records is automatically aggregated, normalized, enriched, and made available in a consolidated patient view.More
Clinicians access needed patient information without wrestling with data duplication for consistency and usability in multiple documents.More
Leaders and analysts get automated, accurate and actionable data suited for population health initiatives and other analytics.
Presenters: Mike Baillie, Vice President Clinical Integration & Interoperability, United Health and Diameter Health's Chief Medical Officer, Jonathan Niloff, MD
Growing popularity of value-based contracts is increasing the need for health insurance providers to manage clinical data for quality reporting and other purposes. There are challenges in acquiring, managing, and operationalizing clinical data that are just beginning to be understood.
The speakers will provide insight and advice on meeting these challenges from both the health plan and provider perspectives.Register
As the industry continues its shift toward value-based care, quality measures have taken on an increasing role in reimbursement, process improvement and care delivery. However, reporting requirements have added administrative burdens to hospitals and clinicians to capture, aggregate and report these measures. Consolidated CDA (C-CDA) has the potential to reduce the burden of reporting requirements and provide clinicians with valuable information to improve delivery of care. This Roundtable explores the use of C-CDA documents for electronic clinical quality measure (eCQM) reporting, and examines how quality measures can improve the patient’s health story.Watch