Enhance the quality of care and strengthen your market share. Enable a connected healthcare ecosystem, accelerate your value-based care (VBC) efforts, and improve clinician decision-making and the patient experience.
Identify previously recorded diagnoses, including ones that are not documented for the current calendar year.
Stratify individuals with undocumented hierarchical condition categories (HCCs) and no scheduled appointments.
Visualize analytic insights, such as yearly HCC trends, and filter by provider, practitioner, payer, and clinic.
Surface valuable insights, such as suspected conditions, and supporting and competing clinical facts.
Scale operations, address care efficiency, support quality outcomes, and manage costs across commercial and government bundled payments for care improvement arrangements, with Oracle Health Bundled Payment Opportunity Assessment and Oracle Health Bundled Payments Analytics offerings.
Potentially decrease healthcare spend—payer and provider organizations have reported healthcare cost savings while in bundled payment arrangements.
Scale bundled payment operations to better manage episodes of care across the care continuum.
Drill into claims activity, practice pattern variance, clinical quality indicators, and related factors that assist in determining episodes for bundled payments.
Use payer, provider, location, and diagnosis data to identify out-of-network utilization.
Identify and measure high- and low-performing providers within and across specialties and provider groups.
Pinpoint potentially avoidable readmissions, admissions, complications, ancillary services, and emergency department (ED) visits.
Find a person’s latest health and care data.
Identify a person’s condition based on their data and include them in the appropriate registry. For example, you can include in the diabetic or hypertensive registry based on the person’s health and care data.
Locate a person’s primary care clinician.
Determine if a person received the care they needed. For example, you could find out if a diabetic patient had a foot exam or an A1C test.
Examine how a person’s care is handled. For example, find out how a patient’s A1C is being managed.
Discover what the clinician should focus on for a specific individual or population.
With Oracle Health Remote Patient Monitoring capabilities, extend care beyond the four walls of a health organization and actively monitor vital health data, turning the patient-clinician relationship into a care partnership.
Provide patients the ability to utilize their current home-use, Bluetooth-enabled devices to connect to their clinician’s remote patient monitoring program. Their data will be embedded into the clinical workflow triggering alerts and notifications in near real-time.
Health data is delivered directly into clinical workflows and provides systematic alerting, enabling practitioners to engage in proactive outreach and make potentially lifesaving interventions.
Identify individuals in need of community care management services using identification intelligence with Oracle Health Care Management. Add meaningful information to a care plan, offer relevant educational opportunities, and schedule additional services.
Use one system to help the patient receive the right care, at the right place, and at the right time. Leverage a single, living source of truth for patient healthcare data from multiple data sources.
The [Oracle Health Diagnosis Insights] advisor is invaluable; having the problem list flag the HCC codes in a visual way was beneficial for our team. We would update problem lists, and then the system would flag HCCs needing coded. That’s worked well especially for diabetes.
Steven Aguilar, MD Medical Director for Primary Care, Genesis ACO
David Feinberg, Chairman, Oracle Health
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