WALTHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Quantia, Inc. (Quantia), a pioneer in provider engagement and alignment, recently conducted its Physician Alignment Survey which found that while 87 percent of physician executives believe engagement and alignment are critical to their organizations’ success, only 34 percent said they have a strategy and infrastructure for doing so. To meet industry demand, Quantia today announced the launch of its Provider Alignment Platform for Health Systems, a solution designed to focus providers on an organization’s clinical, financial and operational performance initiatives via the delivery of targeted expert-led content.
The cornerstone of Quantia’s Provider Alignment Platform for Health Systems is its deeply engaged and growing clinician community, QuantiaMD, which to date supports over 225,000 members as they interact with experts and complete more than 10,000, 5-8 minute content segments per day. QuantiaMD’s engagement with providers is at an all time high with members spending an average of 20 minutes per session on the platform. Quantia’s Provider Alignment Platform for Health Systems will support health systems as they work to concentrate provider behavior in a collaborative way to drive alignment with organizational goals.
Aligning physicians is so critical that The Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM), a professional medical society representing more than 10,000 of the 30,000 practicing hospitalists in the U.S., partnered with QuantiaMD to learn from and engage physicians about communication gaps in care coordination, an important success factor in reducing hospital readmissions. To date, SHM has informed more than 32,000 physicians about this topic, which is also a key element of the Affordable Care Act.
“By partnering with Quantia, we were able to learn from thousands of hospitalists and primary care physicians, in a matter of weeks, about communication gaps related to care coordination,” said Joe Miller, Senior Vice President, Society of Hospital Medicine. “Access and insight from physicians is invaluable to our work and the quick and significant response from the QuantiaMD community gave us the confidence and knowledge we needed to move forward.”
With providers influencing 80 percent of all healthcare spending and all clinical performance measures, it is essential for health systems to align around best practices in order to improve care quality and achieve organizational objectives. Quantia understands that to optimize provider engagement and foster real change, health systems need an interactive platform that enables the sharing of trusted information, and is valued by both providers and administrators. Using advanced engagement science, including a mix of social technologies and relevant expert content, Quantia has proven its ability to drive meaningful provider interactions.
“The Affordable Care Act has put a more significant burden on health systems to engage physicians to uphold standards,” said Mike Coyne, Quantia CEO. “At Quantia, we have perfected the science of provider engagement. This new offering leverages our platform and our deeply engaged community to help health systems reduce waste and inefficiencies, drive quality metrics, and support any other initiative to improve care coordination.”
With the help of nationally-recognized experts from the top 20 hospitals in the U.S., Quantia has developed thousands of content segments that support any healthcare initiative, such as improving quality, reducing costs, and increasing patient satisfaction. This content can be targeted down to the individual provider to optimize health system, pharmaceutical, and device and diagnostics organizations’ existing strategies for true provider alignment.
Quantia is a pioneer in provider engagement and alignment. Its robust platform and online clinician community, QuantiaMD, enables principal participants in healthcare to engage providers in high-value interactions that lead to true engagement and alignment. To achieve this, Quantia’s platform uses advanced engagement science to package and deliver information so providers will consume it, internalize it, and apply it to practice. By giving providers the information they need in a format that works for them, Quantia helps its clients – organizations such as health systems and life sciences companies – improve performance and make care more efficient and effective. Learn more at www.quantia-inc.com.