Powerful Analytics Support Potent Improvements
Physician engagement in the health of their organization is critical. But you have limited time and resources available to search for the insights needed. Quantros helps you get straight to the variation of care (with the extra validation of statistical significance) and areas of biggest impact so that you can enact measurable change, faster.
To help support physician improvement, Quantros has created a clear set of analyses to help our clients identify superior performing providers, highlight variation in high volume areas of care, and isolate disparity drivers among specific populations to enact measurable change.
Steps to Utilizing Meaningful Analytics
In an ever-evolving healthcare landscape, one thing is clear: organizations must adapt and continuously improve performance with a laser-like focus on elevating the value of delivered care. Measuring physician performance is part of an overall solution.
Our performance assessment measures of physician performance metrics — expressed as percentile scores — go across five key quality indicators:
Our Solution Tool Provides:
- Trusted data in an easy-to-use dashboard that can be shared with clinicians for a self-service approach and greater buy-in
- Ability to identify variance and drivers
- Monitor/track performance overtime once performance improvement plan is in place (monthly, quarterly, etc.) through easy report refresh
- Identify physician champions in areas of focus to work with group and target low performers
- Look into physician coding and documentation to identify if “poor” performance may be driven by missing severity documentation opportunities
“Quantros’ flexible software allows us to determine where and how we are able to improve the delivery of cost-effective care in each of our communities.”— Director, Clinical Performance, Improvement Iowa Health System
Southeast Georgia Health System is using Quantros’ Outcomes Analytics solutions to measure, manage, and monitor their healthcare delivery nearly two years ahead of the release of CMS data. By having this data in closer to real-time they are able to understand performance challenges and address those in advance of CMS releasing performance and assessing penalties.