The following are results collected from our research and design facility over the past 6 years. All data is collected on a licensed HIPAA compliant EMR platform known as REDCap* and analyzed for statistical significance. We can help you with all your data needs as well with our consulting solutions!
Data Consulting Services
Project design, data collection and statistical analysis are not easy to execute. Which is why few organizations make this a part of their business model. The process can be costly from programming a platform to supporting the manpower to follow through. We can help in a very cost effective way.
Benefits of our services
Create and strengthen opportunities with stakeholders (Physicians, Employers, Health Insurance) for data driven population health management (e.g. Diabetes, Bariatric, Fall Risk)
Diversify revenue streams and begin engaging in value based reimbursement and shared savings contracts
Differentiate your business in the market as one dedicated to data driven evidence based services
More cost effective than hiring the manpower and expertise necessary to design, execute and assess data
We help you avoid the landmines and expedite execution
Our history of success and reputation with stakeholders can open the door to partnerships in your community
We allow you to stay focused on what you do well - exceptional patient care!
Here are just a few examples of things we have consulted on to collect data, assess outcomes and correlate to claims:
Diabetes Prevention: The role of lifestyle management in preventing the progression of pre-diabetes
The role of community based physical activity for managing Parkinson's Disease symptoms
Efficacy of home based exercise program (HEP) in mitigating symptoms of fatigue in cancer patients
The efficacy of forced exercise exertion in Parkinson's Disease patients participating in a community based exercise program
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Resources and Citations
Edington, D. (2006). Association of Healthcare Costs With Per Unit Body Mass Index Increase. American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
All data is collected and analyzed with the use of REDCap data collection portal - Vanderbilt University (www.projectredcap.org)
Many thanks to Charles Sheets, MPT, Duke University for his assistance in statistical analysis and design.