i2i Systems’ software will enable us to track aggregate data and demonstrate what we’ve known for years: that CHCs provide higher quality, lower cost services to Hawaii’s most vulnerable populations.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 07, 2014
i2i Systems announced it has been selected by Hawaii Primary Care Association (HPCA) to build a data warehouse for Community Health Centers (CHCs) in Hawaii.
California-based i2i Systems was selected to build the data warehouse that will enable Hawaii’s CHCs to accurately track the patients they treat, as well as report on the health issues their patients are facing. Until now, the data collection necessary for population-based reporting and risk analysis has been, in some cases, manual and fragmented.
“As the healthcare landscape continues to change, we must evolve to more sophisticated systems to manage data and reporting,” said Robert Hirokawa, chief executive at HPCA. “i2i Systems’ software will enable us to track aggregate data and demonstrate what we’ve known for years: that CHCs provide higher quality, lower cost services to Hawaii’s most vulnerable populations.”
HPCA will be implementing two products at some of its CHCs. The first is i2iTracks, the leading population health management system used by more than 1,000 healthcare facilities across the nation. By integrating with existing electronic health records, practice management and other systems, i2iTracks provides unprecedented access to existing data for an entire patient population, enabling clinicians to proactively, rather than reactively, manage patients. The result is improved staff efficiency and better clinical outcomes.
The second product is PopIQ, a cloud-based system that aggregates de-identified patient data across multiple organizations and allows for comparative analysis among them. This will help HCPA identify promising and best practices that could be replicated in other health centers. It also allows users to generate reports and dashboards across a virtually unlimited number of measures and indicators.
“We are proud to enable passionate organizations such as HPCA to do an even better job at caring for their patients,” said Janice Nicholson, president and chief executive of i2i Systems. “By effectively tracking and analyzing data, our solutions help organizations increase revenue and improve patient outcomes.”
Once implemented, the data from PopIQ and i2iTracks will also help HPCA achieve its goal of having all Hawaii CHCs recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). Currently eight of HPCA’s CHCs have been recognized.
About Hawaii Primary Care Association
Hawaii Primary Care Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Hawaii corporation chartered in November 1988. HPCA’s mission is to improve the health of communities in need by advocating for, expanding access to, and sustaining high-quality care through the statewide network of CHCs. HPCA is governed by a board of directors representing CHCs. To learn more about HPCA, visit http://www.hawaiipca.net.
About i2i Systems
A visionary in Population Health Management and Analytics, i2i Systems helps health care organizations achieve excellence in clinical, operational and financial performance. The company was recognized as an early leader in the KLAS Report, “Population Health Management 2013: Scouting the PHM Roster.”
Since it was founded in 2000, more than 1,000 facilities across 34 states have come to rely on i2i Systems for proactive care insights and powerful analytics intelligence tools to measurably improve the health of the communities they serve. i2i Systems’ flagship product, i2iTracks, has been tested and certified to calculate more than 40 clinical quality measures (CQM) and achieved NCQA's Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Prevalidation status. i2i Systems’ population analytics solution, PopIQ, provides CQM intelligence across a health system to support strategic management of value-based care delivery. For more information, visit http://www.i2isys.com.