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Closing Care Gaps at the Point-of-Care Yields 4X Value Realization

January 12, 2022
Featured Outcomes
  • >373K care gaps closed.
  • 4X value realization.

Analytics Enables Improved Identification and Treatment of Patients with Substance Use Disorders

December 15, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • For the first time, Carle Health has the integrated data and analytics required to evaluate the care provided to patients with substance use disorders.
  • 5X faster analytics insight.
  • More than 800 manual labor hours avoided—eliminating the need to use limited resources to create custom reports.

Analytics Improves Care Management Efficiency

November 10, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • 40 percent relative improvement in efficiency—enabling care managers to invest this time back into patient care.
  • Eliminated courier labor hours for transfer of lab data—600 hours annually.
  • Woman’s Hospital has continued to achieve high levels of performance. Since 2005, Woman’s has not had an HIV-positive baby born to a mother enrolled in the program.

Digital Technologies Transforms Ambulatory Operations Saving a Projected $7M

October 27, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • $7M in cost savings over three and a half years.
  • >1M appointments scheduled online.
  • >80,000 COVID-19 vaccination appointments scheduled online in just eight months.

AI-Enabled Care Management Reduces Healthcare Spending by $32.2M

September 29, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • $32.2M decrease in healthcare spending.

Analytics Facilitate $1M Grant Award to Improve Access to Behavioral Health Crisis Stabilization

August 19, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • $1M grant awarded for renovation to create a behavioral health crisis stabilization unit.

Analytics Enables Identification of Opportunities to Improve Value and Accountable Care Organization Performance

July 22, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • $100K in manual labor costs avoided, the result of eliminating multiple iterations and meetings to obtain the necessary data and analyses.
  • >$10M in cost and utilization opportunity identified.
  • >90 percent improvement in analytics efficiency. Analyses that previously required months to complete are now completed in minutes.

Innovative Care Management Program Avoids Nearly $16M in Costs and Transforms Lives of Super-Utilizers

June 30, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • $16M in costs avoided, the result of a:
    • 68.5 percent relative reduction in the number of days patients spent hospitalized.
    • 22.8 percent relative reduction in length of stay.
    • 43.8 percent relative reduction in readmission rate.
    • 700 fewer ambulance transports, freeing up ambulances for medical emergencies.
    • 1,425 fewer ED visits, improving ED capacity for patients in need of emergency care.

Predictive Analytics and Care Management Reduces COVID-19 Hospitalization Rates Avoiding Nearly $2M in Costs

June 17, 2021
Featured Outcomes
  • $1.8M in cost savings, achieved by avoiding 61 hospital admissions and seven intensive care unit admissions.

Population Health Analytics Enables Improved Quality Increasing Revenue by Nearly $1M

January 28, 2020
Featured Outcomes
  • Nearly $1M in revenue from the Medicare Shared Savings Program over two years.
  • 11 different quality measures improved in just one year.
  • $320K in savings, the result of eliminating third-party quality reporting software.

40,000 Covered Lives: Improving Performance on ACO MSSP Metrics

August 11, 2016
Featured Outcomes

The visibility and transparency of near real-time, online performance data coupled with focused process improvement has resulted in subsequent improvement in all 33 of the ACO metrics, especially in the percentage of patients receiving the appropriate preventive screenings. Specifically, improvements have included:

  • 9.6 percent increase in compliance over all reported ACO metrics, with 23,000 more patients receiving recommended treatment or screenings.
  • 98.9 percent of eligible patients received screenings for clinical depression and follow up.
  • 40 percent increase in number of patients receiving any cancer screening; 46 percent improvement in the number of patients receiving colorectal cancer screening.
  • 456 percent increase in the number of patients getting fall risk screening.

Developing a Multilevel Approach to Improving Population Health

August 18, 2016
Featured Outcomes

Recognizing the complex web of personal, institutional, and societal factors that influence an individual’s heart health, HONU leaders implemented a multilevel population health strategy. Key aspects of this strategy included:

  • Gathering data to assess cardiovascular health.
  • Harnessing the power of community, social support, media messages, and direct-to-resident communications.
  • Creating an environment where it’s easier to find, identify, and select healthier foods. Making it easier to be physically active by increasing physical activity classes and formal events in the community, and by changing the environment to make walking and biking more accessible, safe, and convenient.
  • Offering additional support to the highest risk individuals in the community through a one-on-one professional health coaching program to promote healthier lifestyle choices and taking preventive medications as appropriate.

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