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A data gallery of visualizations and infographics built from clinical and claims datasets.

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Referral networks: looking for optimization opportunities

Visualizing physician referrals, color coded as in-network or out-of-network, we can see potential opportunities and gaps within a network.

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An ACO assignment journey: coding and attribution in medicare ACOs

Two different ACOs are assigned two Medicare patients each, and their operational choices shed light on the relationship between engagement and profits.

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Revolving risk: a risk profile of 42,705 patients across 166,440 visits

In healthcare, risk = estimated cost. Over a year, we mapped patient visits and whether providers could classify their risk using EHR and claims data.

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Booking ahead: the early bird will be seen now

A calendar-view of appointments at a 25-physician provider group reveals that the majority are booked at the end of the year, at least a month in advance.

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The health IT space: visualizing data structures of the leading EHRs

There's no uniform structure for EHRs across the health IT space, data shows. Those that are interconnected show the most potential for robust analysis.

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Medicare ACO performance: risk, enrollment size, cost and savings for 392 ACOs

A year's worth of data from 392 Accountable Care Organizations show that precise risk-scoring is a predictor and indicator of financial success.

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Utilization density plot: cost and utilization of 50k ACO patients

50,000 patients show individual pathologies and community trends. Here, we see how three different cohorts' yearly visits translate to healthcare costs.

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Confounding correlations: enlightenment and noise in the age of so much data

In an age of expanding data and increasingly powerful tools to process and visualize it, it’s increasingly difficult to filter out the noise and find meaning in a sea ...

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War of attribution: patient addresses relative to attributed PCP

Near, far, wherever you are, you'll need primary care health services. In an urban metropolis, 38,000 patients are mapped geographically around providers.