QPID Health to Showcase New Approach to Quality Reporting at the IHI Forum on Quality Improvement in Healthcare
Company to demonstrate software that streamlines reporting processes and finds more patient data to improve performance
Boston – December 1, 2015 – QPID Health, which helps hospitals and medical groups achieve their quality goals with software that generates actionable information from electronic health records, today announced that the Company will exhibit at the IHI’s 27th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care. The event will be held December 6-9, 2015 in Orlando, FL.
QPID Health will demonstrate its Quality Reporting and Registry Submission solutions at booth #112. While hospitals and medical groups have successfully transitioned to electronic medical records, as much as 80% of quality-critical information is captured in clinical notes and reports, not in structured data fields. This means that standard reporting based on data fields in the EHRs leave providers at risk of missing key facts related to the quality of care they deliver. Manual chart abstraction to fill the gap is expensive and does not scale.
The company’s solutions use advanced natural language processing (NLP) and clinical reasoning software to extract patient facts related to quality measures from both structured and unstructured data within the electronic health record. Providers benefit from lower costs and improved performance on quality measures. Visit QPID Health at the IHI National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care at booth #112. Follow @QPIDHealth on Twitter for live updates from the show.
Visit QPID Health at the IHI National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care at booth #112. Follow @QPIDHealth on Twitter for live updates from the event.
About QPID Health:
QPID Health helps hospitals and medical groups achieve their quality goals with software that generates actionable information from patient records. QPID Health’s clinical reasoning software combines advanced natural language processing (NLP), clinical logic, and machine learning to locate and synthesize patient facts in medical records.
With 8500 active users across major integrated delivery networks including Partners HealthCare and Providence Health & Services, and over 10 years of use in demanding clinical settings, QPID Health software is clinician proven and scalable. In just the past three years the software has analyzed 318 million clinical documents for 1.6 million unique patients.
For more information about QPID Health, please visit www.qpidhealth.com