The BIG Issue with Interoperability in Healthcare Analytics

Boise, ID, November 05, 2014 - Integration and interoperability is a challenge for which we all pay the price in the form of diminished quality, higher costs and inefficient care, as highlighted in a recent article by Fierce Healthcare. Proskriptive solves this problem in a couple ways using (1) technology that simplifies analysis and its integration into workflows, and (2) expert services to augment the need for highly skilled resources to unclog the flow of data between systems and data sources.

A recent article published by Fierce Healthcare published highlights how poor interoperability continues to plague accountable care organizations (ACOs). Among the findings to note...

.88% of the ACOs face significant obstacles in integrating data from disparate sources
.83% report challenges integrating technology analytics into workflow
.Interoperability of disparate systems is a significant challenge for 95% of organizations
.At least 90% of respondents cited the cost and return on investment of HIT as a key barrier to further implementations
.As ACOs pull data from more sources, they also report lower abilities to leverage their HIT infrastructure to support care coordination, patient engagement, population health management and quality measurement

No question about it, integration and interoperability is a challenge for which we all pay the price in the form of diminished quality, higher costs and inefficient care.

Proskriptive is helping to solve this problem in a couple ways:

.Technology that simplifies analysis and its integration into workflows, and
.Expert services to augment the need for highly skilled resources to unclog the flow of data between systems and data sources.

We help companies identify and capitalize upon opportunities that improve population care. Contact us to find out how the Proskriptive wellness automation platform can get your organization the value you should be getting from your investment in analytics.

Call 208.629.7992 or email info@proskriptive.com.

Read the full Fierce Healthcare article by following this link: http://bit.ly/1phXYve

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Elsa MacDonald
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