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Robust Data and Analytics Enables Comprehensive Program Evaluation, Securing Continued Funding

Community Health Network (CHNw) was keenly aware of the needs of the elderly population in its communities of impact. However, despite the development and implementation of a successful geriatric program, the organization lacked access to, and visibility of, meaningful data to quantify program outcomes. The CHNw Geriatric Evaluation and Management (GEM) team used an analytics application to demonstrate the sizeable, positive impact of the GEM team care and interventions on both patient and financial outcomes:

Featured Outcomes

  • $1.8 million in cost savings over 12 months.
  • $286 million in margin contribution.
  • 1.9 percent mortality rate for patients with delirium receiving GEM team care compared to 10.1 percent for non-GEM patients with delirium.
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Data-Driven Workflow Improves Diabetes Education Program Effectiveness

To optimize the impact of its diabetes self-management education program, Allina Health enhanced its service model, aligning resources to proactively meet patient demand, while also maintaining high-quality clinical outcomes. Utilizing analytics in the redesign process has allowed Allina Health to understand patient needs better and monitor the impact of planned changes to the program on patient outcomes.

Featured Outcomes

  • Sustained an average 13.4 percent reduction in HbA1c.
  • Completed 1,567 more visits.
  • $142,000 in new net revenue.
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Population Health Analytics Enables Rapid Identification of Super-Utilizers

Seeking to drive down unnecessary cost, Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) needed a way to automate risk stratification of patients who may benefit from care management services and eliminate the burdensome manual work its care managers were performing to identify at-risk patients. HSHS utilized a population health analytics platform to accurately risk stratify its care management and identify patients who would benefit from additional care management interventions.

Featured Outcomes

  • 100 percent relative improvement in efficiency for the risk-stratified patient identification workflow.
  • In just one day, the analytics application identified more high-risk patients than had been identified in the previous year and a half.
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Data Accessibility and Analytics Enables Data-Driven Emergency Care

Thirty percent of the entire world’s data is generated in the healthcare industry, with valuable information often locked in the EMR. For Orlando Health, the data required by operational leaders to effectively run emergency department operations were not easily accessible. By utilizing its analytics platform, Orlando Health leadership has expanded access and visibility to data to drive improvement efforts.

Featured Outcomes

  • 90 percent reduction in analyst time, eliminating manual process required to develop scorecard, freeing up time for more meaningful improvement activities.
  • Twenty-fold increase in the number of distinct users who have access to and use the analytic application, increasing data transparency, and further accelerating the use of data to drive decisions.
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Data-Driven Approach Successfully Engages Orthopedic Surgeons in Decreasing Opioid Use

Community Health Network (CHNw) was keenly aware of the impact that opioid prescribing patterns have on potential opioid misuse and set a focus on decreasing opioid prescriptions; however, it lacked access to meaningful data that could be used to understand the volume of opioids that were prescribed postoperatively. CHNw created an orthopedics guidance team and leveraged data within its analytics platform to gain insight into prescribing habits over time.

Featured Outcomes

  • 35 percent relative reduction in the total number of opioid pills prescribed.
  • 20.4 percent relative reduction in the average number of opioid pills per prescription.
  • 239,230 fewer opioid pills available in the community.
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