May 18, 2015
Deerwalk is pleased to announce the 4.1.0 release of DeerwalkOne Plan Analytics. This release includes the following key features:
With this 4.1 Plan Analytics release the Report manager look and functionality has changed. With the new functionality, the user can now save and create reports that are combinations of a package and a batch. Reports can be run with a single click from the redesigned Report Manager screen [RM100] now. In the Financial and Clinical Analytics modules the user can once again create a report without being redirected to the Report Manager module. In Report Manager users can now create, edit and delete reports, packages and batches from a single screen.
Per 1000 Formula Change
In order to have the “Per 1,000” annualized we needed to change our calculation formula. This logic has been updated in the Medical Healthcare Trends, Utilization Metrics, Chronic Condition [both Utilization & Prevalence] and Frequency of Selected Procedures reports in Plan Analytics. The formula has been changed to (12*1000*count)*(12/ # period months) / (member months/ # period months *12)
Export Limit on RA200
Export functionality has been updated in the RA200 screen. For the reports having 5000 or fewer records in the results direct download is now available. Reports with more than 5000 records will be available in the report archive.
Update Care Alert Logic
The Care Alert display in a member’s Clinical Parameter’s screen has been simplified so that identification numbers associated with the Care Alert no longer display and if the same Care Alert is identified for the member in more than one measure it will only show once on the Care Alert grid.
View Member / Cohort Refactor
When viewing the list of members in a cohort, users can now apply filters in the results to sort the list.
With this product release the search filters on the Utilization Data Search page now allows the user to select more than one visit type and more than one procedure type at the same time.
For further inquiries, contact
Jo Anne Hunt
SVP of Clinical Development