HealthCare Intelligence (HCI) offers powerful, predictive analytic solutions for health care executives who need dependable information for strategic decision making and operational monitoring.

Our mission is to create readily accessible, easy-to-use software tools for predictive analytics and timely reporting of accurate, and robust quality indicators, efficiency indexes and physician reporting results. HCI has consolidated millions of clinically-rich State-by-State patient records for analysis and online access by our clients for this purpose. 

Supported by our in-depth experience and strategic understanding of hospital management and the heathcare industry , the leadership of our client institutions can recognize, evaluate and capitalize on opportunities for growth, efficiency and quality. By focusing on the patient and population-based demands, your strategic perspective can reach across all aspects of hospital operations, economics and relationships that drive the goals and objectives of your institution.

Whether the issues are developing new clinical programs, mergers and consolidations, cost reduction, budgeting, or facilities re-alignment; collaboration, the competitive environment and an external perspective are necessary to predict and assure the success of your programs and operations.

HCI provides the ability to critically predict and evaluate diverse patient care activities, physician alignment and resources allocation; all leading to better economic performance.

Patient acquisition. We create models, dashboards and reports for predicting future inpatient and outpatient demand and the competitive profile of hospital providers. Within this environment we focus on admissions activity by service/product, patient financial mix and patient origins, bed needs, expected revenue, costs and margins. 

  • Recognizing the loss of potential patients to out-migration or local competitors represents the opportunity to focus on program development to generate volume and revenue enhancements. � Observing the trends, products and geographic targets of your competitors provide important insights from which actions can be planned and acted upon.
  • Recognizing the differences within your organization between services and products by service area allows for the alignment of resources to more effectively control costs and initiate growth strategies.

Physician Reporting and Recruitment. We evaluate trends and patterns of clinical procedures and admissions activity across multiple hospitals for either individual physicians or physician groups in a competitive environment. Benefits to you include: 

  • Focusing on the most loyal and productive physicians allows you to recognize the best physicians in the organization while also recognizing the physicians or groups who split their activity between hospital facilities.
  • Recognizing the life cycle stage and trends in practice activity, procedures and complexity can contribute to recruitment efforts and identification of outside physicians of greatest interest.

Bed Allocation. We create models for predicting product and service trends and seasonal bed needs and other resources; recognizing uncertainties of arrival and necessary availability, which impact, on the optimum performance of critical resources. Within this environment we focus on greatest availability and occupancy to maximize revenue and patient satisfaction.

  • Placement of the right patients (clinically) in the right beds with the right clinical staff and expertise.
  • Reduce the relocation of patients and corresponding cost for temporarily misplaced patients based on inappropriate available beds.
  • Reduce the duration (length of stay) of patients due to unnecessary movement throughout the organization.

Data Management and Prospective Analyses. HCI  supports the regional, state and national data resources necessary to measure and statistically evaluate the competitive environment and the performance of the hospitals throughout the marketplace. We also offer services in

  • Competitive Simulation Modeling: of environmental change such as service or clinical program expansions, new facilities, acquisitions, or closures.
  • Operational Benchmarking: Comparing the operational performance of departments across the organization to better control the cost and effectiveness of operations.
  • Quality Metrics: measuring the adverse events that are being highlighted under federal initiatives and making the information available to management before pubic and media disclosure.

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