Population health management seeks to improve health outcomes of groups of patients, helping organizations deliver better, more efficient care. The most effective population health models support value-based care, focusing on keeping a patient well rather than on procedures and fees. To succeed, providers need quality population health management tools enabling widespread collaboration beyond the walls of an individual organization, including a range of providers across the care continuum.
GSI Health embraced the industry’s transition from a fee-for-service to fee-for-value model very early—well before the vast majority of health IT providers. We pioneered a software platform built specifically to support value-based care and integrated care teams, empowering caregivers to identify the services and care of each patient and facilitate access to the providers, services, and resources the patient needs the most.
We believe that combining care coordination with powerful analytics in a single platform creates the synergies and insights that enable real population health management success. Our GSIHealthCoordinator platform integrates and analyzes data from across the community—including medical, behavioral and social information—to provide a more complete picture with better understanding of the needs and overall health of individual patients and entire populations. This innovative approach consolidates diverse and fragmented data in a single comprehensive care plan, with meaningful insights that enable care teams to proactively address gaps in patient care, allocate scarce resources, and strategically identify at-risk patients in time for cost-effective interventions. The result is improved clinical outcomes, more effective care teams, better financial results, and ultimately healthier populations.
“I have a great deal of trust in our support team. Other companies can’t offer the hand-in-hand relationship we have with GSI Health.”
Vicki Landes, Director, Health Home for Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center
Care coordination and care management — Access and share information in real-time, build and leverage universal care plans, and promote effective interdisciplinary care teams to collaborate on patient care.
Insights — Aggregate and analyze information from disparate organizations to assess and stratify populations, close care gaps, identify cost-effective interventions, and make your care teams more effective.
Measurement — Accurate, timely reporting on performance, care quality, and outcomes so you can enhance processes, allocate resources, and improve outcomes and financial results.
Interoperability — A single platform that enables data transparency across your network to provide care teams with critical information and insights at the point of care and measurement for oversight from a variety of external data sources.