Truven Sets Up Novel Custom Solutions to Improve Care Continuum
LAS VEGAS, NV: Healthcare system has grown smartly to take the shape of value-based care system helping hospitals and health organizations to expedite the integration of technology, data, analytics, and quality-of-service. Having stood out on this, Truven, a provider of healthcare and analytics solutions and services kicked off an expanded Custom Solutions offering for hospitals and health systems held at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2016 Conference, Las Vegas.
Truven’s Custom Solutions will help to use disparate data sources in order to solve real world problems and to meet the growing needs of hospitals and other health care systems. The solution offers a narrowed data platform and analytic tools for managing operational and clinical performances. Thus, health sector can improve care while cutting down both risk and cost. The solution is powered by Truven’s Data Lake technology, which harnesses data from a wide variety of internal and external sources, standardizes and aggregates this data into custom-made analytics modules; and delivers specific insights via interactive reports and dashboards.
Discussing the level of customization their solution provides, Roy Martin, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Commercial Division, Truven Health Analytics noted, “There is no one-size-fits-all approach for hospitals when it comes to effectively and successfully managing the transition to value-based care.”
The access to rich data sources facilitates a higher level of analytics customization as applicable for the team of experienced data scientists and experience accumulated from people who are working with state and federal governments, payers, employers and providers. The solution efficiently addresses today’s cross-domain needs and distributes the required features.
“With the launch of Custom Solutions, providers can now cut through the clutter of disparate technologies and siloed data, and seamlessly integrate information that will help them assess the market, improve performance and better engage with their patients,” added Martin.
Healthcare providers are now empowered to deal with information overload, identify areas of improvement, optimize performance and care delivery—offering a unique technique to ingress the right information and transform them into actionable insights.
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