The Latest in Predictive Analytics
Recent data from the CDC shows that overdose deaths from opioids have increased by more than five times in the last 20 years. In fact, two-thirds of all drug overdose deaths in 2016 were opioid-related.
HBI’s new model helps identify which patients in a certain population should be targeted for intervention and gives providers both clinical and non-clinical factors driving that risk.
The two companies will offer a comprehensive solution to streamline adoption of advanced predictive analytics capabilities to prepare healthcare organizations for value-based care.
HBI Solutions was recently included in the CIO Review 50 Most Promising Healthcare Solution Providers of 2016. Read their interview with HBI Solutions CEO, Eric Widen.
“I’ve worked in healthcare my entire career…All with a focus on implementing technology to drive improvement, from a health system standpoint and now more so from a population standpoint.”
In the healthcare industry, “interoperability” is more than just a technical term for the way electronic health record systems shuffle information back and forth. It’s a concept that can – and should – be applied to the connections between organizations across the care continuum.
Health information exchange vendor Healthix, which has served New York City and Long Island healthcare organizations for eight years, is augmenting its data analytics services to include predictive analytics using a technology platform from HBI Solutions.
St. Joseph Hospital in Bangor, Maine, makes use of data and analytics on the state’s health information exchange to help reduce readmissions.
Healthix, the nation’s largest public health information exchange (HIE), with data of over 16 million patients, has selected HBI Solutions to offer predictive analytics and performance analysis capabilities to its participant organizations.