HealthEC partners with Egyptian Health Department on implementation of CareConnect and 3D analytics platform
13-01-2022 14:44:00 | by: Pie Kamau | hits: 860 | Tags:

HealthEC and Egyptian Health Department, provider of human services for the people of Southern Illinois, announced a partnership to implement a population health platform with a patient portal that will serve high-risk patients.

Egyptian Health will use the HealthEC CareConnect and 3D Analytics platform to identify high-risk Medicaid beneficiaries from birth through age 21 under the Integrated Care for Kids (InCK) Model. This model will serve approximately 10,000 Medicaid beneficiaries and will work to bring the patients' clinical data from the EMR, assessments, patient pay, Medicaid data and more into a fully integrated platform.

"Egyptian Health has the unique opportunity to leverage the power of population health management solutions in dynamic ways that deliver valuable insights into the health of beneficiaries. The goal is to help improve child health, reduce avoidable inpatient stays and out-of-home placement, and promote sustainable payment models to coordinate physical and behavioral healthcare," said Arthur Kapoor, President and CEO of HealthEC. "We're honored to partner with Egyptian Health as they take the lead in patient access and improvement of primary care and behavioral health initiatives for at-risk children in Southern Illinois."

Additional HealthEC quality features include:

  • Aggregation of clinical and claims data for all measure capability
  • Intuitive benchmarked dashboard for the health department and its provider community
  • Analytics to drive care coordination
  • Deployment of a patient portal with access to data for the highest risk population

 

The integrated platform will help the Egyptian Health Department monitor critical utilization and quality measures on an ongoing basis and provide the capability to generate extensive ad hoc and custom reports to facilitate reporting metrics in near-real time to CMS. The primary use case is to develop, execute and monitor a care coordination strategy designed to influence patient care, quality and utilization.

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