For health care professionals, patient outcomes management means managing patient care gaps, identifying at-risk patients, and improving the delivery of care at the various levels within an organization. The goal is to measure the quality of health care by how well the patient would define their experience.
Outcomes management provides a means for improving patient care by focusing on the results that health care providers would like to achieve. Achieving superior outcomes happen through teamwork backed by flexible analytic solutions and actionable clinical intelligence.
ReportingMD has more then 17-years’ experience delivering outcome management solutions in health care. In order to achieve our success, we partner within each level of an organization to help you stay ahead of the quality curve, with less administrative burden and no disruption to the delivery of care.
To make outcomes management work in today’s value-based healthcare environment and clinical workflow, it needs to include some key elements:
- No disruption to your current workflow
- Complete visibility into clinical quality benchmarks
- Improve patient outcomes through care-gap management
- Dedicated team with industry leading tools
- Reduce physician, IT and administrative burden
- Achieve higher clinical quality scores
ReportingMD works with clients to help improve patient outcomes across the care continuum. To accomplish this, we provide an analytic solution called Total Outcomes Management (TOM™). TOM™ uses a powerful data engine to merge rich clinical information with other data assets to identify at-risk patients and allow practitioners to close critical care gaps. Our solution features an easy to use interface and near universal compatibility with all EHRs.
ReportingMD solutions, backed by our expert service, help you leverage your clinical data to uncover actionable insights that drive quality outcomes – and all within your current workflow. What this means for health care organizations is, improved patient outcomes, streamlined population health reporting and optimize clinical performance scores.