Trigger-based surveillance has enabled the organization to identify significantly more potential safety gaps and opportunities for improvement that were not identified through traditional voluntary reporting processes.
Visualization of pre-adjudicated claims data for more than 35 different practices and 150 providers—clearing the path for these practices and providers to join Carle’s CIN. $100K in manual labor costs avoided.
Leveraging Touchstone®, INTEGRIS Health has a deep understanding of its performance and a unified vision of quality, enabling the organization to focus on opportunities to improve outcomes and organizational performance. Rather than reacting to delayed performance data, the organization is proactively pursuing improvement.
Data are refreshed 50x faster than what INTEGRIS Health had before and the benchmarks themselves are both more adaptive and detailed.
The organization has saved $500K annually by sunsetting a third-party benchmarking tool.