Making Healthcare Human
Our insights can impact how providers care for their patients, how patients care for themselves, and how health systems and physician groups manage their operations. But it doesn’t stop there.
On demand analytics
The healthcare industry is under pressure to do everything at once: Save money. Improve outcomes. Move to preventative care. Foster innovation. Educate. Go paperless. Glean value from the data in their EMRs. And reach toward value-based care.
Most of the time, institutions and doctors are being asked to do this without easy access to an accurate health history, wrestling every day with EHRs that were supposed to save time and make more data available. Instead, providers can end up spending the visit serving machines like data entry personnel instead of serving the patient’s they got into medicine to help. They’re being asked to take a long view of their patient’s health while often being short on information and short on time.
Our predictive platform bypasses the problem of data overload and disparate systems, and instead arms healthcare professionals with a consolidated profile of a patient’s entire journey through the healthcare system.
As part of the evolution, patients were turned into lines and lines of data. We take the 1s and 0s and turn them back into a person.
We are making data human — for clinicians and the patients they care for.
Explore the Possibilities
Possibilities for Clinicians
EHRs have created more work for clinicians, not less. They have more data, but less insight. We can create health summaries for providers that show patients’ health status, prescriptions, providers, and encounters with the healthcare system—all on one page, ordered by what matters, with the ability to understand risk so providers can manage it. What if we could unlock the power of healthcare data so providers are better equipped to focus on what matters for their patients?
Possibilities for Patients
Patients (often with the help of loved ones) are the ultimate stewards of their own care, but too often they lack the knowledge of their own health, treatment options, and future risks. What if patients had a full sense of their health—in their own language—and could engage fully in shared decision making to manage their health in line with their preferences and abilities?
Possibilities for Health Systems and Physician Group Leaders
Hospital and physician networks are increasingly at risk for outcomes—and even the total cost of care—for the patients they serve, without the tools they need to understand and manage that risk. What if administrators had granular data on their patients’ health and cost risks, with the ability to identify, understand, and address the major drivers of clinical and financial performance?