Predict | Heart Failure

Predict heart failure risk and reduce readmissions.

Approximately 6.5 million adult Americans are living with heart failure (HF). There are more than one million HF hospitalizations each year, and it is one of the most common causes of hospitalization, readmission, and death. Only 10% of all FFS Medicare beneficiaries have HF, yet their costs are 33% of all Medicare costs. The economic impact associated with HF will exceed $70 billion in 2030.

BUILT FOR HEALTHCARE

Ingest, normalize, and blend data
from dozens of health data sources.

Electronic Health Records
Unstructured Clinical Notes
e-Prescribing Data
Vital Signs
Remote Monitoring Data
Medical Claims
Rx Claims
ADT Records
Lab Test Results
Social Needs Assessments
Social Determinants of Health
Operations & Services

Risk of admission for acute heart failure in the next 12 months

HIGH RISK

Patient ID

Gender

Age

Risk Score Percentile

134985712

Male

62

98

Impact on risk

Contributing factor

Value

+27%

# of Acute Decompensated HF Admissions (12M)

2

+19%

Decline in LV Ejection Fraction

0.45 to 0.35

+14%

Adherence to Loop Diuretics

60%

+11%

Hemoglobin (g/dL)

11.5

AI INFORMS ACTION

Pinpoint high-risk individuals and surface actionable risk factors.

ClosedLoop generates explainable predictions using thousands of auto-generated, clinically relevant contributing factors.

Encourage

Encourage strong continuity of care, promote planned visits, and engage in team-based care

Maintain

Maintain adherence to dietary restrictions and complex medication regimes

Teach

Teach patient self-management skills to reduce readmissions

EXPLORE MORE USE CASES

Emergency Room Visits & Observation Stays

Payers

Providers

Reduce ER visits and enhance continuity of care.

Suspect HCCs

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Providers

Identify suspect HCCs and improve accuracy.

Prior Authorizations

Payers

Providers

Streamline prior authorization and expedite access to care.

Make AI/ML a core element of your care strategy.

Get in touch today to see the ClosedLoop platform in action.