Axiom Clinical Analytics
By understanding the root causes of suboptimal performance, you can identify significant opportunities to improve patient care and outcomes.
Our solution provides healthcare leaders with simultaneous access to data on utilization, quality, patient satisfaction, cost, and internal and external benchmarks to take corrective action.
Quality and Cost Measurement With
More Than 1,000 Benchmarks
Quickly and easily compare performance using historical trends, performance targets, and peer group data. Target opportunities for improvement using data related to utilization, quality, patient satisfaction, and cost as well as internal and external benchmarks for best-practice care. Create physician and physician group reports with safety, quality, cost, and satisfaction measures and use CPT analytics to identify improvement needed by procedure and physician.
Target Areas of Undesirable Care Variation
Draw from access to data and robust analytics to target areas of undesirable care variation and use these insights to develop an organization-wide approach for improvement. By excluding outliers and adjusting for risk and severity, you can more effectively pinpoint where quality outcomes and costs differ significantly by physician to eliminate gaps in performance. Compare performance against a variety of factors using benchmark data and advanced analytics.
Greater Hudson Valley Health System Improves Outcomes and Reduces Readmissions Using Axiom Clinical Analytics
“To reach clinical performance goals and maintain our quality-focused Det Norske Veritas accreditation, our leaders recognized the need to have a single source of truth for credible and accurately attributed data and analytics, seeking one place to develop queries and present uniform information,
Using Severity-Adjusted Control Charts to Eliminate Clinical Variation, Lower Costs, and Improve Care
One of the biggest cost drivers in healthcare is inappropriate clinical variation. For organizations that can no longer cut their way to covering operation losses, addressing the overuse and underuse of resources and services is one of the few options left.
Get Started Using Data to Identify Areas for Improvement and Underlying Causes