How Medicity tackles network-enabled population health management
As the industry transitions to value-based care, large organizations and independent practices alike are challenged to implement technology that enables them to put all of their data to work in new ways. This new world demands a complete data solution. One that not only addresses reporting and analytics, but goes deeper to address fundamental challenges with care coordination, clinician and patient engagement, and population management.
The right approach doesn’t just go after the quick and easy wins. That’s just the tip of the iceberg. Medicity helps you tackle the less obvious challenges that lie below the surface, so you can navigate a changing environment to remain competitive, compliant, and profitable. And at the end of the day, you should be in complete control of your data, not a vendor.
For almost two decades, we have been solving problems by addressing the obstacles that health care organizations face. We invite you to discover how our network-enabled approach to population health management liberates data by making it easier to access, monitor, share, analyze, and communicate.
Health care doesn’t occur in a vacuum, and patients have many options for their care. Providers need an efficient way to share data, communicate, and collaborate with other providers. A strong provider network can support clinical workflows, increase patient retention, and eliminate wasteful transitions of care. Learn more
The new value-based world expects providers to maintain patient visibility across the health system. Providers must know when major health events occur to ensure patients receive the best follow-up care. Under constant bombardment of alerts however, providers must also be able to silence the noise for the most important notifications. Learn more
Disparate systems trap clinical data. This limits the full view that can support a provider with improving care decisions and efficiency. Organizations must aggregate and transform siloed data into a standardized format so they can begin to seamlessly exchange real-time information. Learn more
Longitudinal views of data help define the patient population risk, opportunity, and waste. These new insights allow providers to reconfigure the delivery system to adequately meet the needs of those at risk. To succeed, providers must identify and eliminate risk factors early on before they become costly. Learn more
Optimizing clinical outcomes and operational efficiency is critical to the longevity of health care organizations. It tells an organization whether things are working or not. Having this insight is instrumental for population health efforts, value-based arrangements, and compliance with government programs. Learn more