Business Intelligence/Data Analytics Visualization

HIC works with industry stakeholders to collect data, perform analysis, and apply information to empower communities, providers, and consumers in their efforts to improve public health and social equity.   HIC also educates the public, industry officials, and decision-makers at the local, state, and national level about the critical role of health centers and data-driven innovations in promoting access to high quality, affordable health care that reduces disparities and revolutionizes global well-being.

Health Initiatives Consulting’s (HIC) new innovative Business Intelligence and Self-Service Data Visualization solution, HealthEquityIQ™ (powered by MicroSoft Power Business Intelligence) is being used by for-profit and not-for-profit industry stakeholders across the nation striving to accelerate health equity and value-based  care delivery model success.

Why?  We believe value-based care is powered by integrated solutions which focus on improving quality and outcomes, enhancing patient and provider experiences, and reducing overall costs of whole-person care delivery.   Our goal is to offer industry stakeholders an innovations solution that is affordable, friendly,  and flexible,  and one that provides near real-time data which drives improvement across critical core pillars of clinical and business functions.   HealthEquityIQ™ solution seamlessly integrates clinical and operational data from disparate systems and provides actionable business intelligence through an advanced system of dashboards, charts, reports, analytics, and alerts.

The HealthEquityIQ™  platform is the cornerstone of patient-centered care, improving quality and operational outcomes, and optimizing system resources and workflows end-users need to ensure strategic best practices and success .  Our comprehensive, business intelligence and self-service visualization solution includes:

    • Real-time data warehouse which collects, integrates, aggregates, and reports data from operational, financial, and clinical records across disparate record systems
    • Data and analytics which translate large and disparate data into easily accessible actionable intelligence to more effectively manage operations, enhance clinical decision support, and deliver patient centered care
    • Dashboard solutions provide analytical, comprehensive, and dynamic tools through a condensed, visual report of key performance across a robust set of clinical, quality, and operational measures; fostering the ability to quickly assess performance levels of gaps, predict trends, and prioritize resources
    • Performance bench-marking against local, state, and national standards across relevant clinical, quality, and operational areas
    • Care management tools designed to support enhanced patient engagement through intelligent and systematic strategies
    • Health information exchange which allows providers to access and securely share critical medical information electronically to improve the speed, quality, safety, and cost of patient care
    • Cloud-based technology solutions including disaster recovery, business continuity services, and certified electronic medical record platform

UDS Clinical Quality Measure Dashboards Include:

    • Diabetes Poor Control
    • Hypertension
    • Adult BMI
    • Asthma
    • Child Dental Sealants
    • Child Weight Assessment
    • Child Immunizations
    • Depression Screening and Follow-up
    • Colorectal Cancer Screening
    • Cervical Cancer Screening
    • Breast Cancer Screening
    • HIV Linkage to Care
    • Tobacco Screening
    • Demographics
    • Staffing & Productivity
    • Health Center Finance
    • HRSA HCCN Goals (3) and Objectives (9)
      • Goal A: Enhance the Patient and Provider Experience
      • Goal B:  Advance Interoperability
      • Goal C:  Use Data Analysis to Accelerate Value-Based Care Delivery Models
    • Emerging Issues
      • SDOH Integration
      • Behavioral & Mental Health Integration Into Primary Care Settings
      • Substance Use Disorder (SUD) / Opioid Use Disorder (OUD)
      • COVID-19 Pandemic