Presbyterian Healthcare Services (Presbyterian), an integrated healthcare provider and payer organization in New Mexico with eight hospitals, a state-wide health plan and a multi-specialty physician group, has selected MedeAnalytics as its strategic partner for enterprise analytics.
Presbyterian chose the company's platform to transform data into insights, support strategic goals and deliver advanced analytics to strengthen integrated care management.
While developing an enterprise data warehouse, the company had sought an analytics partner that could help the organization use data more effectively to improve clinical quality, reduce operational costs and support care management.
The solutions will be provided in three phases over the course of the next year. According to MedeAnalytics, its healthcare data model has already helped Presbyterian identify the best-practice data sources, fields, data linkages, third-party tools and business logic required to create value through analytics.
"We exist to improve the health of the patients, members and communities we serve. As healthcare becomes more complex, having unified reporting and analytics tools becomes increasingly important to our work to care for those we serve," said Soyal Momin, vice president of analytics of Presbyterian.
"MedeAnalytics' deep analytics expertise with both payer and provider organizations was critical for us as we needed a partner that could provide insights for our entire enterprise: the health plan, health system and medical group."
Andrew Hurd, chief executive officer of MedeAnalytics, said: "As the industry moves towards value-based care, more health systems and payers will shift to an integrated healthcare system like Presbyterian. These payer-provider organizations need a comprehensive analytics approach that can connect multiple, disparate and fragmented sources and drive value across the entire enterprise.
"We are excited to embark on this strategic partnership and help Presbyterian achieve its care management, clinical cost transparency and revenue cycle goals."
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