Medecision, a nationwide Connected Care technology and services provider for health care organizations including hospitals and health plans, recently debuted its Aerial Insights initiative in Wayne, Pennsylvania, creating a secure platform for clients’ data needs.
The company’s proprietary on-demand platform offers integrity and confidentiality while allowing data aggregation from claims, pharmacies, labs and more. Facilities can use the product to monitor admission and discharge activity in real time.
"Medecision is building on our strengths in cloud-based big-data management, care management and coordination workflow and consumer engagement technologies to deliver a new class of apps and services that discover insights from massive amounts of data-and improve by learning," Deborah Gage, Medecision president and CEO, said. "Aerial Insights is the first step on that journey, bringing operational performance and financial success into focus for health organizations eager to reduce risk, lower administrative costs and improve quality of care."
The new application supports all of Medecision’s existing Aerial functions for care management and coordination. The company also offers Aerial Alerts, a member and patient-centered function with built-in reminders for better workflow guidance. The alerts can update a patient’s status, create tasks and send secure messages to enhance operational success.
The company maintains offices in Los Angeles and Dallas, in addition to the Philadelphia area.
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