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Carle Health Partners with Health Catalyst to Achieve Data-Informed Improvement
Health Catalyst and Carle sign a five-year agreement which include an all-access technology subscription, plus tech-enabled managed services in the areas of analytics, data management, reporting, and project management.
Partnering with Health Catalyst to Drive Organizational Improvement
Dr. Patrick McGill, Chief Analytics Officer at Community Health Network, discusses partnering with Health Catalyst and how that partnership was a key driver in aiding Community Health Network’s improvement journey to save lives and reduce waste.
Keegan Bailey, MS, Strategy and Technology Leader
“We used a creative mind and the vast data sources available to us in the platform to see results in one week—we have saved about 64 hours of staff time for one practice, eliminating approximately 70 percent of waste. We are delivering value to clinicians which translates to solid patient outcomes.”
Matthew Kolb, Chief Operating Officer
“When combined with our own clinical expertise, Health Catalyst will help us transform the way we use data to support organizational decisions and improve patient outcomes. As a transformative health care system, it’s important that we lay the groundwork to ensure we’re able to provide the right solutions that blend data, analytics, and medical expertise to optimize the quality of care we provide for everyone who depend on us.“
Patrick McGill, MD, Chief Analytics Officer
Community Health Network
“Until we had the data to drive improvements it was difficult to impact change, but having that data was a pivotal moment that created a shift in our improvement journey. Through those organizational improvement efforts, we estimate that we have saved over 400 lives, touched approximately 400,000 lives, and saved approximately $35-40 million.”
Myra Davis, Chief Information Officer
Texas Children’s Hospital
“Implementing an analytics platform should really be an appendix to the implementation of an EHR because the surge of data is just unbelievable and the appetite for it is huge.“