In order for us to move into where the world’s going to from a risk-based environment, we need to have the data, business intelligence [capabilities] at an individual patient level to drive better outcomes. You have to be able to predict on a very regular basis who’s your highest risk and how you are going to alter your care plan so you can stop unnecessary hospitalizations. An agency will officially be behind the curve if its care is not driven by data by the end of 2019.
While we understand a provider’s motivation to ask us these questions, we show an approach that is a cost-effective and viable option to the high-cost HHS software solutions that are currently available in the saturated market. The landscape is littered with outdated legacy software and camouflaged ‘cloud’ versions. In the same manner that LED lightbulbs have largely displaced wasteful incandescent bulbs, our innovative HHS solution is positioned to displaced bulky and inadequate legacy packages. Our solution, which is controlled by the healthcare community from inception through evolution. Our solution enhances the quality of service, delivers true digital transformation and presents data as decision-making resource shared equally by healthcare service providers and their patients equally.
When we have the opportunity to demonstrate what we have to offer and the roadmap to transform legacy software into a tool set of features and solutions offered by our eData HHS Solution. We have been successful with migration and transformation of existing legacy systems to use eData products.
The eData HHS delivers a set of tools and solutions to efficiently manage, analyze and trend patient information. We can define custom workflows and support standards (OASIS-D, PPS and etc.), support reporting and analytical capabilities and more.
Our goals are to streamline the process to service the patient, maximize the amount of data captured, alert staff involved in patient treatment, and optimize administrative tasks, including billing and referrals. We allow multiple specialty workflows to co-exist within the same system and can handle the entire data-rich lifecycle of a patient encounter with simplicity and efficiency. With our EMR, the medical community will get an opportunity to see and treat more patients and increase the overall quality of care. Home health care, focusing interventions on high-risk patients is mission-critical, as the need to reduce hospitalizations and readmissions while managing length of stay is ever more important. Plus, staffing pressures mean workers must be deployed strategically.
“Predictive analytics” has been a buzzword for a while, but it’s no longer a futuristic capability that only a few early adopters are seriously experimenting with. Our HHS solution partner Milagro AI offers a wide specter of predictive algorithms and offers the ability to define more. As many HH Agencies only starting to look for partnership with companies that offer predictive analytics, eData is already ahead of the curve and ready to use such tools to enhance agencies ability to offer a better service for its patients.