PHMaaSTM Provides 3rd-party Apps Full Access to Complete Suite of Machine-learning Analytics through API
CareSkore, the leader in end-to-end personalized population health management, announced the release of its Population Health Management as a ServiceTM (PHMaaSTM), providing direct access to its extensive machine-learning analytics engine to 3rd-party applications through an API.
“PHMaaS completely changes the game for how organizations adopt population health management,” said Jaspinder Grewal, CEO of CareSkore. “We have too many proprietary application interfaces in health care. PHMaaS allows us to provide insights within existing applications that are already part of user workflows. Now patient-specific clinical, financial, and behavioral risk stratification is as simple as making a seamless API call from within your existing EHR and other applications.”
CareSkore’s personalized population health management SaaS platform incorporates advanced real-time analytics and innovative AI-based patient engagement to deliver optimized quality of care. CareSkore PHMaaS provides existing health care IT systems seamless access to its machine-learning-based, real-time analytics engine, aptly called Zeus, through a simple API call. Now EHRs, middleware platforms, enterprise data warehouses, clinical information networks, and health information exchanges that are already deployed can provide Zeus with real-time internal clinical and claims data and have Zeus augment that with external intelligence specific to every patient on things like demographics and socio-economic characteristics. The output is patient-specific predictive analytics with a focus on how providers can quickly operationalize those insights.
Traditional analytics typically achieve accuracy between 60 and 70%, while CareSkore can deliver greater than 90% accuracy to help create a full view of each patient. This superior capability is driving rapid growth, with customers increasing 1,000% and headcount rising 12x in 2016. By the end of 2017, CareSkore expects to be deployed in hundreds of locations.
“CareSkore has dramatically simplified the implementation of advanced patient-specific analytics,” said Rohit Arora, Professor and Chairman of Cardiovascular Medicine, Chicago Medical School. “Access through and integration with existing EHR and other apps significantly lowers the barriers to adoption and deployment.”
CareSkore will exhibit at HIMSS 17 in Orlando in booth 1623 from February 20-22, 2017. To schedule a demo of the PHMaaS solution, go to http://resources.careskore.