Deerwalk's latest release of Plan Analytics brings new capabilities to support benefit planning
Deerwalk's latest release of Plan Analytics includes new reporting and filtering functionality to support the delivery of high-value care
Deerwalk's latest release of Plan Analytics includes updates to Quality Metrics
Deerwalk's latest release of Plan Analytics includes new chart creation functionality and modifications to the "Report Archive"
There's been buzz that more and more people are getting to the emergency room by Lyft and Uber instead of ambulance...What does the data say?
As part of our agile approach to software development, the Deerwalk team is dedicated to bringing new efficiencies and innovation to our clients that improve the usability and functionality of our healthcare analytics solutions. We are proud to announce enhanced features of Plan Analytics, the flagship population health analytics and reporting application released in December 2018 and January 2019.
Health organizations across the United States have jumped onto the population health management bandwagon striving to provide efficient care management services while lowering plan members’ health risks and costs. The desire to identify members with modifiable risks — while aligning care management services to fit the population’s needs — is pushing healthcare organizations toward advanced data management platforms, migrating to data-supported care management programs. Deerwalk’s integrated[...]
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My last post addressed a general overview of the entire healthcare analytics continuum - from foundational data integrity to true prescriptive analytics. At the end of that post I promised to dive into each layer with a bit more detail. So today's post will deal with the most important layer in the continuum - foundational data integrity. After all, without high quality, fully integrated and enriched healthcare data, any analytics exercise will be flawed at best.