This system is based on Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and provides very dynamic insight into your Healthcare data. It is designed for physicians, nurses, hospitals, MCOs, IDMs, ACOs, HIEs, etc.; so it covers a broad range of end users. The flexible archtecture lets you start small and grow the system as you need it or you can start large and get larger.
At the heart of the system is the ability to pull data from a variety of systems and then using a robust rules engine to present data in an intelligent way. Unlike some other business intelligence systems that focus on data from their own systems, Perficient’s HealthBI system pulls data from a wide range of systems, including McKesson, GE, EPIC, AllScripts and more.
In terms of measures, the rules engines provides over 600 key performance indicators (KPIs). These KPIs cover the broad range of measures, including meaningful use, accountable care, operations, finance, JCO, etc. The system has been ONC certified for Meaningful Use measures and reports for stages 1, 2 and 3.
Using SharePoint’s analytics capabilities, Health BI presents reports and dashboards to see trends over time, by physician, healthcare plans, locations, etc. You can drill down into the data shown to see underlying data and potentially identify root causes of problems.
Role-based access and security are importants part of any portal and the Health BI portal is no different. Users have role-based access to the system, so nurses have different views than administrators who have different views than physicians.
I encourage you to look at this innovative healthcare portal and explore the many capabilities demanded in the marketplace today.
Digital Asset Management in IBM Digital Experience
Mon, May 20th 2013 10:14a Mark Polly I mentioned in a previous blog how IBM is integrating Digital Asset Management (DAM) into WebSphere Portal and Web Content Management. At the IBM Exceptional Web Conference, IBM’s Stephan Hepper is demoing this integration. The DAM is actually the MediaBeacon product and IBM and MediaiBeacon has created seamless integration between the products. By combining both products, you get a really great DAM solution in IBM’s flagship product. IBM is also planning to integrate this with [read] Keywords: connections
But Don’t Stalk Me
Fri, May 10th 2013 6:21a Michael Porter Back in March, I mentioned a Global Survey Oracle did on customer experience. That’s been a hot topic of late in my world. As part of that survey, they continue to build off of the nuggets of information found in that survey. Emil Fernandez pointed me to an update on that survey that includes a video on millenials and how they wish to engage or be engaged. The short video highlights a few way they would prefer to engage. I found it hilarious that at about 45 seconds, one teenager say [read] Keywords: oracle
Portal Beauty and the User Experience
Thu, May 9th 2013 6:18a Michael Porter Dr. Marci Stochak-Chavez just posted an article on our health blog somewhat related to yesterday’s post. She focuses on whether beauty is in the eye of the beholder for a portal. In here article, she references a design a portal challenge in New York City. This challenge pushes contestants to create a nice interface while also using key standards like the Blue Button and the Direct Protocol to transmit medical records.
Dr. Marci makes one quote it’s easy to agree with.
I be [read] Keywords: interface
If You Build a Patient Portal Why Won’t They Come?
Wed, May 8th 2013 6:21a Michael Porter Joe Jacobellis, a member of the Design Experience team at a client pointed out this interesting article about patient portals by Steve Wilkins. It’s titled, “If You Build a Patient Portal Why Won’t They Come?“ Before you read it, let me give you some history:
The Affordable Care Act mandates that all patients have access to their medical record (lab test, allergies, discharge instructions, etc.)
In various stages, hospitals and clinics need to give you electronic acc [read] Keywords: community
Salesforce Communities: The Portal is Dead…Long Live the Portal
Thu, May 2nd 2013 6:18p Axel Newe Today Salesforce.com announced its long awaited release of Communities, which in Salesforce’s own words ended the era of legacy portal software. These are heady words, but Salesforce may have actually created something that is taking the portal concept into a different direction. The motor that is driving Communities is Chatter, Salesforce’s social collaboration platform. Salesforce.com used to have distinct offerings for Partner and Customer portals. With Communities, Partners, [read] Keywords: collaboration