Top 5 videos from HIMSS17

Top 5 videos from HIMSS17

Orion Health to unwrap precision medicine, Medicare ACO management apps at HIMSS16

The company will showcase a new iteration of Amadeus and an app for managing Medicare Shared Savings Program initiatives.
By Mike Miliard
08:40 PM

Orion Health at HIMSS16 will unveil a data platform aimed at enabling precision medicine and a new management app geared towards participants in the Medicare Shared Savings Accountable Care Organization Program.

The new iteration of Amadeus, for instance, is meant to help providers move from the "who" of population health to the "what" of precision medicine, an Orion official said. By aggregating, storing and helping interpret data, the technology can help health organizations better devise treatment plans geared specifically to the patients deemed to be in need of particular attention.

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Meanwhile, Orion will also be touting its new MSSP Management app at the conference. By integrating data into the reporting and monitoring workflows while keeping tabs on quality measure thresholds, the tool aims to help ACOs wring value from the Medicare Shared Savings Program.

What’s more, the company will be spotlighting client success stories at the show. 

Arizona-based ACO Scottsdale Health Partners, for its part, will discuss how adopting Orion's data exchange, and population health tools have helped it tackle the Triple Aim. And executives from Cal INDEX, the biggest state HIE in the United States, intend to talk about how it has been able to mix clinical and claims data and, in turn, deliver those to clinicians at the point of care.

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This story is part of our ongoing coverage of the HIMSS16 conference. Follow our live blog for real-time updates, and visit Destination HIMSS16 for a full rundown of our reporting from the show. For a selection of some of the best social media posts of the show, visit our Trending at #HIMSS16 hub.

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