Health data analytics for providers

Discover the most effective path to manage risk & improve patient outcomes

Providers face an ever-changing landscape of value-based payment models. With decades of data analytics experience, HDMS can help you navigate both the upside and downside risks in this new territory.

With our knowledgeable and hands-on partnership, you can discover actionable insights to improve clinical, financial and operational performance. Whatever your population health goals, HDMS can get you there with robust, high-quality healthcare data you can depend on. Analyze care and cost data with HDMS as your guide to:

  • Enable more informed decisions
  • Measure and manage risk
  • Identify cost-saving opportunities
  • Evaluate performance
  • Improve care quality & outcomes
Harness the power of innovation and collective business intelligence from over 20 years of healthcare industry experience.

Population health data analytics

Harness the power of innovation and collective business intelligence from over 20 years of healthcare industry experience:

  • Aggregate health data from a multitude of sources: traditional sources (such as medical, eligibility and pharmacy) & non-traditional sources (such as wellness programs, care or disease management programs, biometrics, wearables, lab data, clinical EHR, benefits, survey responses & more)
  • Transform data in any format for seamless implementation within existing infrastructure
  • Get highly actionable insights
  • Design & monitor value-based care & population health management programs with standard & customizable dashboards & reports

How one provider group uses health data analytics to reduce readmission rates

In an effort to improve healthcare quality, safety and outcomes, one large Midwestern health system recently collaborated with HDMS. Specifically, the health system wanted to provide its skilled nursing facility (SNF) residents with better care experiences and outcomes - and reduce readmissions. HDMS helped the health system assess data on SNF stays taking place between the first acute and second acute stay. That required access to - and detailed examination of - transition of care (TOC) data.

With HDMS as its guide, the health system was able to:

  • Leverage patient level data analytics
  • Assess readmission trends & reduce rates to avoid expensive & negative outcomes
  • Identify preferred facilities for better outcomes, reducing the current list from 100 to 41 facilities
  • Develop & drive quality improvement programs - such as the SNF readmission measure - across more than 400 physician groups
With HDMS as its guide, the health system was able to identify preferred facilities for better outcomes reducing the current list from 100 to 41 facilities.

HDMS helps providers:

  • Manage value-based care risk by tracking bundled payment arrangements, measuring performance with quality scorecards, & evaluating high performance networks
  • Improve patient satisfaction & outcomes through gaining risk-stratified population views by condition to provide actionable information
  • Streamline workflows by having clinical, financial & more analytics in one central source, making reporting flexible
  • Enhance collaboration amongst stakeholders across the care continuum
  • Control costs by identifying sources of network risk & leverage value-added analytics