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Improve patient quality of care and efficiency of care delivery by managing patient cases and collaborating with multidisciplinary care team colleagues with VisualStrata®, our SaaS-based healthcare informatics platform.
Precision medicine has revolutionized medical practice, especially in cancer treatment. The complexity of the disease and the volume of patient data has rapidly increased. Older health record management systems or systems not specifically designed for precision medicine and oncology care struggle to meet the complex requirements of precision medicine programs.
Whether part of a large health system or a community hospital, oncologists treating patients with cancer need to unify patient data into a singular view. Consolidating curated patient data enables efficient data interpretation and delivery of patient care. VisualStrata’s interoperability allows for communication with multiple disparate systems, making the care team’s workflow more efficient as well as simplifying quality of care metric reporting.
Healthcare providers, particularly in oncology, need a health record management system that can handle the volume and complexity of data associated with every cancer patient. To fully leverage precision medicine for their patients, oncologists need to have the right information for the right patient at the right time. VisualStrata is designed to collate structured and unstructured data from disparate systems into a single source, so that healthcare providers can document each patient’s journey through diagnosis, treatment and outcome. In addition, VisualStrata has Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliant conferencing capabilities that simplify collaboration among multidisciplinary teams.
VisualStrata’s analytics enable quality of care reporting in addition to data mining to obtain insights into best practices for similar patient cohorts.
Leverage the data curation, collaboration and information exchange capabilities of VisualStrata to assist clinicians in navigating the complexities of diagnostic, biomarker and genomic data. The best patient care is delivered when patients are the central focus of a multidisciplinary team collaboration. Curating patient data into a single data pool not only simplifies the delivery of best patient care, it also allows diagnostics providers access to clinical notes supporting medical necessity used to overcome appeals as well as being to document clinical improvement activities. As the real-world data pool expands over time, the information can be transformed into clinical utility evidence used for coverage decision making.
Payors and their beneficiaries are increasingly concerned about the rising cost of healthcare. As a result, healthcare providers must provide payors supporting evidence of clinical utility and/or justification of medical necessity. In addition, healthcare providers must submit quality of care documentation including documentation of clinical improvement activities to avoid penalties and maximize reimbursement. VisualStrata’s reporting capabilities include customer-defined quality metric reporting as well as healthcare data warehouse capabilities that allow for the development of real-world evidence (RWE) that can be used in support of clinical utility and medical necessity.
The consolidation of rich patient data sets that incorporate data from multiple sources, including pathology, radiology, and genomics and is linked to clinical notes, patient reported outcomes and financial data represents real-world data (RWD). From RWD comes the development of real-world evidence (RWE) that can lead to new treatment insights for individual patients and patient cohorts with similar characteristics. The data can be used for monitoring the effectiveness and safety of an intervention, to support expansion of indications and for quality of care reporting and benchmarking.