Saint Luke’s Health System Moves to the Innovaccer Health Cloud

Leading provider partners with Innovaccer to support value-based care initiatives that enhance network performance, improve patient engagement, and deliver high quality care

Innovaccer announced that Saint Luke’s Health System, a large health network in Kansas City, is now using the Innovaccer® Health Cloud to support its initiatives around the Primary Care First and commercial value-based care models.

Saint Luke’s is a nationally recognized health system and a leader on U.S. News and World Report’s Best Hospitals List, and they turned to the Innovaccer Health Cloud and it’s Data Activation Platform to unify claims and clinical data from it’s EHR and disparate HIT systems. That will provide a unified patient record  enabling comprehensive, actionable insights that can improve multiple factors crucial for success with complex value-based care and reimbursement models.

These include understanding and managing performance on specific quality measures, streamlining care management and collaboration, enhancing coding accuracy, reducing network leakage, boosting wellness visits through patient engagement, and improving the consumer experience and patient satisfaction. 

Saint Luke’s Health System currently manages more than 100,000 patients and employs more than 4,500 medical staff, all of whom can now benefit from a truly unified data platform capable of delivering real-time analytics that support timely, effective decision-making, right at the point of care

“We take great pride in providing exceptional care to our patients, and we need an exceptional data platform to do that,” says Daphne Bascom, Vice President of Population Health at Saint Luke’s Health System. “Value-based reimbursement models are all about rewarding value and quality, but you can’t succeed at them without analytics and the insights they bring to help manage and improve clinical, financial, and operational outcomes. By partnering with Innovaccer, we have been able to unify our patient data and have a single source of truth for these areas. This partnership is just one piece that will help us continue delivering quality outcomes for patients.”