Population Health Management Software

Custom population health management software that helps providers leverage their own data to improve patient experiences, impact the health of local communities, and curb costs.

If you are a healthcare provider committed to patient-centered care, using an EMR or EHR system to optimize your daily process is a given. However, as healthcare organizations are increasingly taking responsibility for public health and focusing on prevention, medical software has to rise up to new challenges.

Your Benefits

No more integration woes or duplicated records. With all the necessary info at hand and shareable 24/7, your clinical staff can start delivering value-based care on a community scale.

Outline Sub-Populations

Advanced data analytics helps providers identify at-risk patients and divide them into groups with similar conditions. Every group is monitored by a team of caregivers who proactively address negative trends and manage chronic care.

Discover Gaps in Care

When multiple record systems are used side by side, crucial details can slip through the cracks. A PHM solution allows providers to pinpoint gaps in service delivery, predict complications before they occur, and follow up with the right action to prevent readmissions.

Stratify Health Risks

By assigning risk levels to individuals and groups, a custom PHM solution helps prioritize interventions and coordinate clinical resources within the continuum of care. This way, every member of your stuff is utilized to the best of their abilities.

Drive Patient Engagement

Lifestyle and diet have a profound impact on a person’s health, making patient self-management extremely important. With PHM, providers can reach patients on their preferred devices with post-discharge advice, checkup reminders, and more.

Streamline Payer Relations

Many insurers offer performance-based payment programs to promote preventive healthcare. By integrating a PHM solution with payers’ systems, providers can enable smoother data exchange and benefit from additional reimbursements.

Measure Patient Outcomes

PHM systems collect and process important data points at every stage of care, providing organizations with deeper insights into operations. This comprehensive picture takes the guesswork out of budgeting and helps set quality benchmarks for initiatives.

Putting Health Data Into Action

Our data management experts design custom solutions that cover the entire PHM workflow.

We start with pulling health data from multiple, often unrelated, sources: EHRs, telehealth solutions, health information exchanges, eRx, medical claims, and even wearables. Flexibility is key, so we enable our solutions to accept data of any type.

Next comes the process of data normalization that brings all the various formats and codes to a common denominator. Rigorous filtering helps eliminate duplicate records that are often created when a patient is logged into many disparate systems.

Finally, the PHM system builds longitudinal profiles that provide the full picture of a patient’s health. This holistic record can be used to develop and evaluate health strategies of any scale — from personalized care plans to population health initiatives.

Featured Case Studies

Check out the unique business challenges we have solved for the world’s leading companies. We synergized our multi-year expertise around health management software to dive deep into each projects’ specifics and achieve measurable business results.

Why Choose Oxagile

Versatile Big Data and BI Skillset

Our big data and BI experts use their skills to repackage heterogeneous data into customizable dashboards accessible to medical professionals.

Healthcare Domain Knowledge

PHM systems need to integrate seamlessly with a variety of health IT solutions. Our experience in EHR, telehealth, and financial systems allows us to foster interoperability across your entire organization.

Effective Standards Compliance

We work with you to ensure that every interaction within your PHM system fully complies with the required standards and regulations, including HIPAA, HITECH, ICD-10, DICOM, and others.