If you asked ten healthcare executives to define “healthcare analytics” and “population health management” you’d probably get ten different answers. That’s why you (and we) often rely on analysts to be the proverbial “smartest in the room” to understand the real differentiators when selecting a partner for your value based care programs. Here are some of the things that these trusted analysts have said about us:
Gartner recently offered insights in two critical markets – Provider Population Health Management and Value-Based Care Performance Management, and Arcadia was recognized for having 98.5% of all required capabilities in these areas – a standard met by only one other of the vendors surveyed which include all the big name EHR and analytics vendors you’d imagine. We’re extremely proud of this recognition and validation of our strategy to bring providers and health plans together to build a shared asset of EHR and claims data enabling value-based care.
In the Market Trends report covering Analytics for Population Health Management, Chilmark Research called Arcadia “a technology-centric company with deep knowledge of ambulatory EHR and claims data, Arcadia tends to go it alone and stick to its core competency – data and analytics.” Reinforcing our belief that awesome data visualization is critical to understanding healthcare data, they noted that our “user interface reflects the most modern and up-to-date ideas of user-centered design – a relative rarity among PHM vendors.” To learn more, you can download a free copy of the Chilmark report.
Arcadia’s top differentiators (according to Chilmark):
Healthcare analytics is widely regarded as a key enabler of value-based care. Robust usage of this technology allows health systems to conduct data-driven research for the purpose of improving operational efficiencies, eliminating preventable costs, and streamlining clinical effectiveness. With its strong overall performance, Arcadia Healthcare Solutions has earned Frost & Sullivan’s 2016 Product Line Strategy Award for the North American healthcare data analytics market.