Press Release (ePRNews.com) - San Francisco, CA - Sep 26, 2016 - Silicon Valley-based Big Data Startup, Innovaccer Inc., today announced that it’d launch World’s First Artificial Intelligence assisted Care Coordination Platform ‘Datashop Care’ during the NAACOS Fall Conference in Washington DC.
Datashop Care will be an addition to Innovaccer’s proprietary product ‘Datashop,’ which gives providers the capability of integrating claims, clinical and laboratory data and performing advanced analytics on it. With features like Patient 360, Drilled Down Contract Performance, Integrated Data Lake, and Inbuilt Quality Reporter (PQRS, GPRO, HEDIS, etc.), Datashop has been a handy Population Health Management tool for many value-focused organizations partnered with Innovaccer.
“I’m excited about combining the skills, experience and technological acumen of the Innovaccer team with healthcare industry experts to deliver better care. We are sure that health care practices will be impressed with the depth, professionalism, and quality in the opportunity we have created. I’m confident that we have developed a groundbreaking platform that will not only save Health Coaches’ time and effort, it will also increase the effectiveness of the whole process.”
Datashop Care has been created to focus on the problems faced by Physicians and Care Coordinators and will address the most persistent issues in the healthcare industry, such as gaps in care and connectivity. The company claims that the product is built with direct inputs from more than 200 Physicians and Care Coordinators
Often, Care Coordinators are unaware of the patients’ needs, medications, clinical history, etc., and this becomes the root cause of major problems like increasing readmission rates, PMPM cost, missed out on screenings, vaccines, tests, and many other measures that play a significant role in measuring the annual performance. The Platform uses advanced Big Data and Artificial Intelligence technologies to help healthcare organizations in identifying the gaps in care and further working on them efficiently.
Datashop Care will come with pre-built integration and standardization system to 30+ EMR systems. The platform will be made available for desktop and mobile, so Health Coaches can be kept updated regardless of their location.
With Datashop Care, Care Coordinators can assure adherence to care plans, track deviations from best practices, stratify patients according to their risk profiles, plan timely interventions for at-risk patients (based on the respective risk scores), stay updated on the patients that have been recently discharged or have upcoming follow-up visits and other post-acute episode necessities of patients.
“I’m excited about combining the skills, experience and technological acumen of the Innovaccer team with healthcare industry experts to deliver better care. We are sure that health care practices will be impressed with the depth, professionalism, and quality in the opportunity we have created. I’m confident that we have developed a groundbreaking platform that will not only save Health Coaches’ time and effort, it will also increase the effectiveness of the whole process,” said Abhinav Shashank CEO & Co-Founder of Innovaccer.
The company will be launching this product during the NAACOS Fall Conference at Washington D.C. NAACOS conferences are the only events organized exclusively by ACOs. Over 550 ACO leaders and CMS officials from across the country will participate in this NAACOS Conference and deliver valuable policy insights, opportunities for networking and peer-to-peer learning, and operational strategies for all accountable care organizations, whether the organization is an MSSP, Next Generation, or commercial ACO.
For further information about Datashop Care, Join Innovaccer team at Booth # 40 at NAACOS.
Innovaccer Inc. is a Silicon Valley-headquartered, Data Analytics startup. Its proprietary product Datashop enables provider organizations to use data as a source of innovation and has been deployed across 15 countries at academic institutions, governmental organizations, and several corporate enterprises such as Catholic Health Initiatives, Sonic Healthsystems, Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and Wolters Kluwers.
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