The consolidation of rich patient data sets that include data from several sources including pathology, radiology, and genomics with treatment and clinical notes, patient reported outcomes and financial data allows for retrospective analysis of patient trends to improve the ability to identify appropriate patients for clinical trials and the creation of shared data models for the development of real-world evidence (RWE).
As healthcare costs continue to rise and payors increasingly reimburse on quality and value rather than volume, providers must document quality care activities that lead to improved patient outcomes at lower cost. VisualStrata has quality reporting capabilities that can help satisfy the evidentiary needs of payors and institutions.
VisualStrata® enhances the functionality of practice management, electronic medical record (EMR) or electronic health record (EHR) systems to help healthcare providers better organize and manage their patients’ data. Built for the healthcare industry by bioinformaticists and data scientists, VisualStrata is designed to collate structured and unstructured data from disparate systems into a single source, so that providers can document each patient’s journey through diagnosis, treatment and outcome.
Whether designing case workflow or individual patient case reports, VisualStrata offers the flexibility to meet a practice’s case management and case reporting needs. As a company with decades of healthcare and informatics experience, we understand that no two practices are exactly alike.
Data-informed treatment planning is central to precision medicine and healthcare informatics, particularly in cancer care. Clinicians rely on the expertise of their multidisciplinary team (MDT) colleagues to navigate the complexities of biomarker data, molecular testing and other diagnostics such as radiologic and pathologic imaging used to guide patient treatment. VisualStrata’s collaboration dashboard allows care team members to share patient data and collaborate on cases in real-time and on-demand.
Studies have shown that when care team members increase communication across specialties and across institutions, overall patient care and patient outcomes improve. Using VisualStrata to collate patient data into a unified view for sharing with colleagues saves time, reduces logistical headaches and increases decision support, especially for complex cases.
When relevant radiologic and pathology images are available on-demand, longitudinal treatment monitoring becomes more efficient. Clinicians spend less time searching for diagnostic images and more time with their patients. VisualStrata’s patented image annotation technology allows users to non-destructively add captions and labels to images and other types of data. The annotated data becomes part of a knowledge base that can be easily searched to identify cohorts with similar characteristics, trends and outliers.