Transforming care pathways to improve the wellness of a population requires the review and updating of existing models of care, evaluating the touchpoints required and the outcomes achieved. Our partnership and capability can support multidisciplinary teams across the health and care system to evaluate care pathways and streamline them to ensure that the right care professional is interacting with the patient and their carers to give optimal care. Your health and care system is then able to identify the additional touchpoints within pathways that do not add value and make the right changes, that provide the best outcomes for the teams and your citizens.
Capturing data that spans the care continuum is challenging. There’s a variety of file formats, proprietary barriers, and data to process and host securely. To overcome these challenges and integrate your health system with the applications you need, we created HealtheIntent®, our industry-leading population health platform.
Aggregating data is a great start, but it’s not enough. HealtheIntent cleanses raw data to identify discrepancies, normalises similar data into pure health and care concepts, and standardises the data to match industry terminology. It does this in near real-time to ensure care professionals have the up to date insights needed for them to take action.
This rationalisation helps you transform data into insights that can be used in the provision of more effective care, helping people live healthier lives and building real value in your organisation, by removing unnecessary variation in care, supporting new care models and reducing unnecessary utilisation of costly care provision.
The King’s Fund looks at how Southcentral Foundation in Alaska brought about a whole-system redesign.
“We’re looking at registries that address the various conditions that affect our population, like respiratory issues, diabetes issues, etc. We are leading the way in the UK and in Europe having purchased HealtheIntent platform to support our ambitions.”
— David Allison, chief executive, Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust
“[HealtheIntent] pulls from different data sources, and this is obviously our entire drive for interoperability and to make sure the [EHRs] actually talk to each other.”
— Dr Sharief Taraman, assistant neurology chief, Children’s Hospital of Orange County
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