Our Client, a rapidly growing medical device company, sought a partner to help them better understand fluid management for their hemodynamic monitoring product line. They were looking to generate abstracts in partnership with several physician groups who were thought leaders in the area of fluid management, and their goal was<span. . .
Our Client, one of the oldest, self-sustaining Health Information Exchanges (HIE) in the country, was facing significant disruption in their industry. With the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the healthcare providers and accountable care organizations (ACO) that made up our Client’s customer base suddenly demanded more robust patient<span. . .
Our Client, one of the largest customer-owned health insurance companies in the country, needed to improve the efficiency and the quality of output generated by their IT organization. Their lines of business (LOB) are incredibly diverse, including government, group, and retail consumer healthcare plans. These LOBs exist at different<span. . .
Healthcare has strong geographical ties. There are endless determinants that affect the health of an individual, including physical, social, economic, and cultural considerations. While every individual will have a unique compilation of these factors that will contribute to their health, looking at determinants at the population level allows for more<span. . .
Whether you work in marketing, strategy, finance, technology, product development or analytics, data is likely an important driver of your work. Words like ‘big data’ or ‘data visualization’ can be intimidating to those who do not fall under roles like data architect or analyst, but it doesn’t have to be.<span. . .
Business Driver Our Client, one of the nation’s top 5 healthcare Payers, was experiencing a large number of data quality and reconciliation issues around Retail Membership, Claims, and Member Eligibility. These issues were cropping up as a result of the implementation of a new software package that had required extensive<span. . .
Our Client, one of the healthcare industry’s leading providers of evidence- and experience-based clinical and care improvement solutions, could not report on physician behavior, measure the effectiveness of their guidance, or explain conflicting results. Their goal was to add systemic healthcare analytics to their range of service offerings.