Unlock the Power of Advanced Analytics for Post-Acute Performance
What specific ways can business intelligence and data help a SNF succeed? What results can someone realistically expect?
Recently, we released a case study on how SOHO Health, a clinically integrated network (CIN) based in Connecticut and Massachusetts, utilized data to change the game.
PDPM Insights Now Available!
The PDPM Insights dashboard provides insight into facility-level PDPM outcomes in key areas that affect reimbursement. The PDPM Insights group level export provides insight into facility- and group-level PDPM outcomes in key areas that affect reimbursement.
PointRight is the first analytics company using post-acute data to align payers and providers around value-based care initiatives
PointRight enables business and clinical leaders to make data-driven decisions by providing access to real-time clinical data on post-acute facilities and populations.
“PointRight enabled us to realize a 13% reduction in post-acute care costs by filling the gap in our performance measurement process with clinical quality data that we could not get anywhere else.”
“This software helps me in my job a great deal. It catches simple/complex mistakes I may have made when completing an MDS amongst other great qualities to make my job easier.”
“PointRight’s clinical and business intelligence solutions will give our operators an invaluable tool for consistently delivering the best-in-class care essential for long-term success.”
“I use PointRight daily to move QMs, identify residents at risk, develop new strategies for focused care, track, trend and identify issues in need of restructuring.”
“At Sabra, we invest in relationships. We believe in supporting our partners through a collaborative approach, and we are excited to offer our skilled nursing providers the opportunity to participate in anew cooperative program between Sabra and PointRight.”
“This is a very helpful tool that can help us be more proactive with preventing potential issues before they arise and to assist with more person-centered care planning.”