Start faster with meaningful, scalable clinical definitions.
The cohorts, definitions, and process measures that come with the accelerator are clinically relevant, standard, and meaningful across domains, ready for customization or adoption in your organization. Organizations are able to look at patients’ demographic information, medication history, and clinical features—not just administrative codes (e.g., ICD, CPT codes)—to precisely identify cohorts of patients with diabetes and at risk for diabetes.
Identify improvement opportunities and focus on what matters most.
The application provides summary views of performance in key areas to help teams and leaders review the variation in care and its impact on patients. Detailed analytics provide dynamic data exploration, real-time filtering, and drill-down to patient-level detail for additional insight. Outcome metrics typically include clinical control measures (HbA1c, LDL, BP), cardiovascular events and other diabetes complications, ED and hospital utilization rate, per-member-per-month costs, and health-related quality of life (HRQOL). Typical process metrics include documentation of diabetes risk factors, adherence to diabetes screening protocols, patient participation in education and smoking cessation, and adherence to best practice guidelines for medical management of diabetes. Users can generate reports and worklists for additional sharing and patient follow up. The result? Your team understands the priorities and can help solve problems that stand in the way of improvement.