Predict | Potentially Preventable Hospitalization

Predict and reduce potentially preventable hospitalizations.

Roughly 4.8 million potentially preventable inpatient stays account for 13% of all admissions and nearly $34 billion in hospital costs each year. This rate is significantly higher in older adults. When older adults are hospitalized, 30% experience a decline in their ability to perform activities of daily living (ADL) as a result of their hospitalization. For many, this decline is permanent.

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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 a potentially preventable hospitalization in the next 12 months

HIGH RISK

Patient ID

Gender

Age

Risk Score Percentile

134794566

Female

73

95

Impact on risk

Contributing factor

Value

+28%

High LDL Cholesterol (mg/dL)

160

+19%

Rise in Blood Pressure (mmHg)

130/85 to 150/100

+12%

e-Prescription Filled by Patient (Y/N)

No

+7%

Increase in HTN Medication Dose (mg)

20 to 40

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.

Enhance

Enhance enrollment in chronic care management programs

Improve

Improve ambulatory care for high-risk individuals

Provide

Provide education on self-management and healthy living habits

EXPLORE MORE USE CASES

Length of Stay

Providers

Reduce length of stay and improve outcomes.

Appointment No-Shows

Payers

Providers

Predict appointment no-shows and reduce costs.

Rising Risk and Cost Bloomers

Payers

Providers

Identify rising risk individuals and improve outcomes.

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

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