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Deerwalk Solution Set for ACOs

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For the last couple of years our team have been working very hard to prepare a complete solution set for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). We now have the pieces together to provide end-to-end solutions to ACOs. As we all know, ACOs need to digest information from discrete sources like EMRs, Lab, Hospital systems, Claims systems, PBMs and so on. They have to meet quality as well as financial targets to remain competitive. They can’t do so if they do not have the operation tools to measure those targets. Deerwalk’s Big Data platform analyzes data from discrete sources and provides ACOs the opportunity to track healthcare utilization and quality metrics from multiple angles and levels. Our care management platform, Everest, allows ACOs to manage patient care by constantly monitoring quality metrics and care gaps at the member and group levels. In addition, members can be kept alert by giving them access to Deerwalk’s member portal through which they can check care gaps and take part in Health Risk Assessment Surveys.

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Makalu Member Analytics

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Selecting the right primary entities and building proper relationship is the heart of enterprise application design. And, this is common to both NOSQL and SQL world. Besides this, one important factor, in NOSQL world is to design proper structure of primary entities and queries around them. Unlike that in SQL solutions, in most of the NOSQL solutions the structure of the entity resembles the real world object it represents. It makes the solution more flexible. However, the more the complexity of the object they represent the more the complexity of the data structure and its design and the more the use cases for it.

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Data Exchange using HL7

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Our client reduces the costs associated with providing health care for employees by establishing on-premise clinics. This is achieved by making it easier for employees to visit their doctor, thereby enabling them to be more proactive about their health. This results in cost benefits for employers by lowering the rate of coverage per employee and also facilitates a healthier, productive workforce.

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