Integra Connect Launches Advanced Analytics Suite to Help Oncology Practices Improve Cost-Efficiency and Quality of Value-Based Cancer Care

South Florida Business Journal

The advanced analytics suite enables oncology practices to unify disparate sources of patient data residing in siloed systems throughout the healthcare ecosystem; apply Integra Connect's proprietary algorithms to stratify and segment those patients on population and individual levels; and run predictive models via a machine learning engine to anticipate cost and quality outliers requiring personalized treatment plans. Integra Connect Intelligence is fully integrated with the company's other population health technologies and services, ensuring practices can act on analytical insights via proven interventions to improve quality and cost.

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Integra Connect launches advanced analytics suite to help oncology practices improve cost-efficiency and value-based cancer care

Dotmed Healthcare Business

The Integra Connect Intelligence analytics suite sits atop a proprietary Data Transaction and Exchange engine that pulls from a practice’s disparate clinical and financial data sources, regardless of vendor – from EHRs and practice management systems to claims and more - to create a single source of truth about each patient, then stores the data.

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Integra Connect Launches Advanced Analytics Suite for Oncology Practices

HIT Consultant

Oncology is the leading driver of cost in the healthcare industry today, increasing 88% (a rise of $20.7 billion) in the last five years. It is for this reason that oncologists need to be able to pull and analyze disparate clinical and financial data in a united format in order to predict high-impact interventions at patient and population levels to curb cost.

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Five Essentials Missing from EHRs for Successful Value-Based Care

managed healthcare executive

The EHR market is maturing, but value-based care needs are not being met, according to a new survey.

The survey, from Sage Growth Partners, found that 70% of providers have had an EHR for at least three years, and 65% are unlikely to replace them in the next three years. However, less than 25% believe their EHRs can deliver on core KLAS criteria for value-based care.

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Does Your Current Billing Service Set Your EMS Organization Up for Success?

JEMS

To achieve the Triple Aim of improved quality, cost, and patient experience, EMS organizations are increasingly accountable for patients’ quality of care while reducing total costs.

Meanwhile, as industry competition and operational expenses continue to grow, it's become paramount that they manage high-performing billing operations to increase and accelerate cash flow. Under these evolving conditions, traditional billing approaches are no longer enough to remain competitive and profitable.

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Implementing Technology in Community-Based Practice Offers Multiple Advantages

journal of clinical pathways - Implementing Technology in Community-Based Practice Offers Multiple Advantages

The advantages of implementing technology into the daily operations of a community-based practice vary from finding inefficiencies in operational processes for identifying gaps to optimizing value-based care, according to a series of presentations at the Association for Community Cancer Center (ACCC) 44thAnnual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit (March 14-16, 2018).

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5 reasons why your EHR isn’t enough for success in value-based care

medical economics

We recently convened a convention room full of leaders from independent physician practices nationwide and asked them if they believed value-based care was here to stay. Eighty percent said yes.  With that in mind, we then asked them what was most likely to keep them up at night throughout 2018.  Their top answer: transforming their practices to better manage care quality and cost—the core requirement for value-based care success.

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