BLUE BELL, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Executives of Halfpenny Technologies will be attending the AHIP Institute 2014 in Seattle, WA to share their experience regarding health plans' need to integrate clinical data such as lab/rad results that is currently in disparate systems across the health care delivery system. The conference is held in Seattle, WA on June 11-12, 2014. They will be in booth #902.
“We have seen the health plans struggle to manage their patients using retrospective claim data,” Halfpenny Technologies President and CEO, Tim Kowalski, said. “Our clinical data integration solutions enable care managers to be more effective by giving them more complete access to the clinical results critical, thus improving patient care and better managing costs through powerful modeling and analytics tools.”
True interoperability solutions can better enable health plan organizations to manage and lead in the coordination of individual care, support shared savings models, and deliver measurable and actionable outcomes that help health plans drive down the cost of care and ultimately improve population health. Halfpenny Technologies offers comprehensive solutions to empower health plans with the right technology to tackle these initiatives.
All health plans are facing the need to integrate clinical data such as lab results that is currently in disparate data warehouses across the enterprise. Halfpenny Technologies aggregates, normalizes and consolidates clinical test data so it can be seamlessly overlaid with quality report data, disease management data, population health data and claims data to gain holistic insights at the member level.
About Halfpenny Technologies
Halfpenny Technologies Inc. provides accountable care organizations (ACOs), health plans, clinical laboratories, hospitals, health information exchanges (HIEs) and EHR vendors with a cloud based, secure, scalable, vendor-neutral clinical data exchange platform designed to optimize care coordination. Their solutions enable health plans to improve HEDIS reporting and STAR ratings, decrease care management costs; identify chronic patients more efficiently; and support population-based initiatives. For more info: www.halfpenny.com
America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) is the national trade association representing the health insurance industry. AHIP’s members provide health and supplemental benefits to more than 200 million Americans through employer-sponsored coverage, the individual insurance market, and public programs such as Medicare and Medicaid. AHIP advocates for public policies that expand access to affordable health care coverage to all Americans through a competitive marketplace that fosters choice, quality and innovation.