Arcadia.io to debut risk capture app at HIMSS19




At the upcoming HIMSS19 Global Conference & Exhibition, well being IT vendor Arcadia.io will introduce the Arcadia Health Risk Assessment, what the corporate describes as a wise annual wellness go to software for correct risk capture.

“Accurate risk capture is vital to success in risk-based contracts, determining whether an organization will have enough funding to sustain its patient care mission,” stated Michael Gleeson, chief technique and innovation officer at Arcadia.io. “Patient risk must be assessed and documented annually, and health systems routinely leave millions of dollars on the table when providers fail to complete documentation.”

A structured strategy

The Health Risk Assessment software guides suppliers by means of a structured strategy to risk evaluation and documentation throughout an annual wellness go to. It makes use of aggregated EHR and claims information to make it quicker and simpler to determine and shut risk documentation gaps, lowering supplier abrasion, Gleeson stated.

Arcadia.io has its eyes on a number of tendencies that it is going to be specializing in at HIMSS19, planning to focus on these tendencies intimately with attendees.

“The advent of interface-free integration to push information to the exam room represents a new way of thinking about interoperability,” Gleeson stated. “Historically, approaches to interoperability have revolved around file structures and standardization. From EDI to FHIR, our industry has always relied on building interfaces to support data sharing.”

There’s an assumption that interoperability all the time requires complicated, extremely standardized interface efforts, he added.

“But that’s not always true, and new interface-free integration approaches open new use-cases that reduce provider abrasion, minimize effort for health system IT departments, and make better information available to physicians at the point of care,” stated Gleeson.

EHR distributors increasing

On one other entrance, EHR distributors are increasing into each new international markets and new product portfolios, sometimes in inhabitants well being administration and income cycle administration – but in addition into areas additional afield, with Epic transferring into the life insurance coverage area, Gleeson stated.

“As EHR vendors strive to reinvigorate stagnant growth, CIOs will want to see whether they invest in improving their core products or chasing the next new thing,” he said. “A couple of years ago, the HIMSS community was talking about ‘EHR 2.0’ as the harbinger of real healthcare transformation driven by a patient-centered, value-driven approach to care – but have we really seen that change?”

Elsewhere within the business, extra healthcare organizations are transferring to value-based care, with an rising quantity taking over draw back risk. And to succeed beneath risk, these healthcare organizations have to find a way to push insights to their suppliers and get them to take motion.

“These incremental actions a provider takes in the exam room are cumulatively what drives an organization’s performance in value-based care,” Gleeson stated.

However, conventional interface-based approaches to pushing data to suppliers have required appreciable IT funding and been poorly acquired by care groups, he added.

“We now see chief medical officers working closely with CIOs to find ways to reduce provider abrasion and deliver insights that can fuel real care transformation,” he stated.

Advice for HIMSS19 attendees

Asked what recommendation he would give to HIMSS19 attendees, Gleeson had two issues to say.

“Healthcare CIOs should work closely with CMOs and CMIOs to really understand the data required to support value-based care initiatives, and collaborate on selecting technology that delivers that data via effective workflows with minimal provider abrasion,” he suggested.

Similarly, he added, CIOs ought to work with CMOs – particularly in organizations which have important quantities of cash at stake in draw back risk contracts – to determine when and the way an enterprise scientific information asset that sits outdoors the EHR can supply important benefits.

Twitter: @SiwickiHealthIT
Email the author: invoice.siwicki@himssmedia.com




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