In healthcare, risk = estimated cost. Over a year, we mapped patient visits and whether providers could classify their risk using EHR and claims data.
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.
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.
A year's worth of data from 392 Accountable Care Organizations show that precise risk-scoring is a predictor and indicator of financial success.
Physicians' complaints about inefficient electronic medical records are borne out by data, which show thousands of clicks per day in healthcare software.
50,000 patients show individual pathologies and community trends. Here, we see how three different cohorts' yearly visits translate to healthcare costs.
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 ...
An updated visualization of Medicare ACO Performance compares risk, enrollment size, cost, and savings for 392 ACOs using a 2017 CMS data set.
The word "quality" gets thrown around a lot in discussions of healthcare. Politicians opine about delivering Americans "higher quality" health care at a lower cost. ...
Near, far, wherever you are, you'll need primary care health services. In an urban metropolis, 38,000 patients are mapped geographically around providers.