Data for Action
Data is at the heart of everything your organization does, from diagnosing disease, to delivering care, to evaluating outcomes and measuring performance. If that data is too old, is incomplete, or doesn’t match what you know to be true, the consequences can range from missed opportunities to lost credibility. In some cases, the right data is a matter of life or death.
Turning raw, disconnected data into trustworthy, actionable information is at the heart of what we do with HealthShare. HealthShare’s analytics ecosystem maximizes your opportunities to derive insight from your information assets:
Condition and serve
Improve the currency, consistency and quality of the data fed to existing analytics applications by using the HealthShare platform as the definitive data source.
Leverage embedded analytics
Build dashboards and drilldowns within HealthShare using structured data and find actionable information in unstructured clinical notes.
Deliver real-time alerts
Support timely, intelligent interventions with clinical event notifications delivered by HealthShare to care providers.
Aggregate, organize, serve
HealthShare makes data useful to all constituents by assembling, normalizing and conditioning it. The greater the number of sources, the more essential this conditioning becomes. Sources of data for HealthShare include:
- Clinical data. Clinical data is heterogeneous, and as much as 70% is unstructured. A complete clinical record includes unstructured and structured data from all providers, regardless of location.
- Financial and operational data. Whether billing, claims, or throughput, financial and operational data is critical to measuring relevant value and performance.
- Patient-supplied data. Patient-supplied data is more than just readings from wearable devices. It includes health history, responses to treatment, goals for care, and satisfaction with the process.
Taking action with confidence
HealthShare keeps conditioned data up-to-date in near real time, giving users greater confidence in what they learn from it and the actions they take.
Providers. Incorporating fresh data and feedback loops directly into the care process can reduce and eliminate gaps in care, and identify opportunities to improve outcomes.
Health plans. Instead of stale claims data, payer analytics based on up-to-date information can identify high risk patients for timely interventions and better, more cost-effective care.
Research and policy makers. HealthShare can provide clinical researchers with the normalized, high-volume clinical data they need for observational research studies. Healthcare policymakers can access quality and outcomes data to evaluate performance and adjust incentives.