Unlock the Power of Advanced Analytics for Post-Acute Performance
Advanced Analytics – The Power of Prediction
PointRight’s Advanced Analytics Platform is composed of decision-support tools that further clinical, financial and operational objectives. The platform integrates predictive and descriptive analytics for true post-acute performance.
Our analytics include cohort-specific risk-adjusted outcomes, all-payer outcomes and outcome indicators that are current. Powered by predictive analytics, our clients have the right data to make decisions confidently for patients and across facilities, populations and networks. Our solutions not only tell you where you’ve been but also predict where you could go.
Clinical Expertise – Put Advanced Analytics to Work
PointRight’s expert team of clinicians, data scientists and software developers ensure integration of the Advanced Analytics Platform into your workflow.
Relevant, valid and actionable analytics
Our ongoing support through consultation, continuing education and on-demand training sessions show clients how to incorporate PointRight’s analytics. The National Quality Forum (NQF) has shown its trust in our analytics by its decisions to adopt and to endorse our PointRight® Pro 30® and PointRight® Pro Long Stay™ measures.
Value for Our Clients
- Ensure accurate and compliant patient assessments
- Lower re-hospitalization rates
- Close care gaps
- Optimize care transitions
- Improve quality and ensure compliance
- Build and manage provider networks
- Market competitive performance for improved referrals
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Do Increases in Patient Acuity Present a Problem for SNFs?
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Busting the “One Database” Myth
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