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Learn how Oracle's Enterprise Health Analytics (EHA), coupled with Oracle Business Intelligence, speeds the delivery of clinical event reporting by leveraging data integrations to Cerner and the EHA ...

Learn how Oracle's Enterprise Health Analytics (EHA), coupled with Oracle Business Intelligence, speeds the delivery of clinical event reporting by leveraging data integrations to Cerner and the EHA Healthcare Data model.
How EHA integrates EMR and other operational data to provide actionable information with integrity and precision to ready you for the ACO market
How EHA integrates clinical, financial, administrative and research data to speed the time from data input to robust retrospective and predictive analytics
Examples of how Oracle EHA can unlock your EMR data for hospital-acquired conditions and prevention, ad-hoc and standard reporting and other valuable metadata
Data warehouse solutions including strategic roadmaps for Meaningful Use, Population Health Management and Accountable Care

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    • Drive Compliance & Profit with Oracle Healthcare Analytics July 25, 2013
    • 2 Perficient is a leading information technology consulting firm serving clients throughout North America. We help clients implement business-driven technology solutions that integrate business processes, improve worker productivity, increase customer loyalty and create a more agile enterprise to better respond to new business opportunities. About Perficient
    • 3 • Founded in 1997 • Public, NASDAQ: PRFT • 2012 revenue $327 million • Major market locations throughout North America • Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fairfax, Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New Orleans, New York City, Northern California, Philadelphia, Southern California, St. Louis, Toronto and Washington, D.C. • Global delivery centers in China, Europe and India • ~2,000 colleagues • Dedicated solution practices • ~85% repeat business rate • Alliance partnerships with major technology vendors • Multiple vendor/industry technology and growth awards Perficient Profile
    • 4 Business Solutions • Business Intelligence • Business Process Management • Customer Experience and CRM • Enterprise Performance Management • Enterprise Resource Planning • Experience Design (XD) • Management Consulting Technology Solutions • Business Integration/SOA • Cloud Services • Commerce • Content Management • Custom Application Development • Education • Information Management • Mobile Platforms • Platform Integration • Portal & Social Our Solutions Expertise
    • Lesli Adams, MPA Director, Oracle Healthcare Business Intelligence Lesli is the Director of Oracle Healthcare Business Intelligence for Perficient. She is a clinical measurement advocate with 17 years of healthcare analytics and business intelligence experience covering for- profit, state, academic and federal healthcare including ambulatory clinic management, comparative effectiveness evaluation, evidence-based medicine, population health and clinical data warehousing. Prior to joining Perficient, Lesli championed activities with Tenet, MD Anderson, The University of Virginia Medical Center, and the US Navy. Brady Davis Director, Healthcare Strategy & Business Dev, Oracle Brady leads healthcare strategy for Oracle Health Sciences Global Business Unit with an emphasis on Enterprise Data Warehouse, Analytics & Health Information Exchange along with supporting Oracle’s patient engagement & mobile health strategies. He has been an innovator and leader in the hospital ACO space as well as the consumer health and wellness industry for over 15 years. Brady has a unique ability to merge perspectives from multiple healthcare ecosystem viewpoints including but not limited to: payers, providers, hospital/clinic, employers, retail, mobile and consumer. Our Speakers 5
    • 6 The push for EMR implementations and clinical workflow modification is driven by the need to capture discrete data points that are a necessary prerequisite for a provider's transformation. But achieving compliance and profitability goals also requires the integration of clinical, financial and administrative data and the impact must be seen in near real-time. Drive Compliance & Profit
    • 7 • How Enterprise Healthcare Analytics (EHA) integrates EMR and other operational data to provide actionable information with integrity and precision to ready you for the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) market • How EHA integrates clinical, financial, administrative and research data to speed the time from data input to robust retrospective and predictive analytics • Examples of how Oracle EHA can unlock your EMR data for hospital-acquired conditions and prevention, ad-hoc and standard reporting and other valuable metadata Today’s Webinar – Q&A Agenda
    • 8 Topic 1: Did we put the cart before the horse when EMRs where developed? Does the EDW solution pick up where that falls short? Cart Before the Horse?
    • Copyright©2013,Oracle.All rights reserved. Challenge #2: Heavy Lifting Is Required to Get Clean, Rationalized Data Into a Well-Structured Data Warehouse 12 Optimized Data Model & Schema EPSi Extremely robust Extraction, Transformation & Loading (ETL) tools are required to get high quality data into the Data Warehouse. This is by far the most challenging part of any DW / Analytics effort. Warehouse Integration ETL • Business Rules Framework • Default Validation & Integration Rules • Exception Handling System • Terminology Translation • EMPI interface • Units of Measure • Hierarchies • Metadata Management UHC CPM + Approx. 15 Others Epic PeopleSoft Configurable Interface Tables Source Mapping Destination Mapping e.g.Blood Pressure = Pressure = BP= Diastolic/Systolic Source ETL Automated Data Rationalization Output ETL 9 Topic 2: How has Oracle made the EMR better? Is it because the advent of the EHA tool and the full data model? Oracle Makes EMRs Better?
    • Copyright©2013,Oracle.All rights reserved. Challenge #3: Current Analytics Creation, Distribution & Consumption Processes Are Highly Manual At Most Providers Limiting knowledge workersfrom making timelydecisions when and where theyare needed, reducing overall staff efficiency, and introducing compliance risks 14 Inefficient,expensive,inflexible processes Multiple Data Sources Manual Data Manipulation & Report Distribution Inconsistent Views by Recipients, Lack of Mobility O.R. DATA QUALITY / OUTCOMES OTHER OPERATIONAL DATA PATIENT ACCOUNTING 10 Topic 3: Cerner supports their transactional system with hubs and an ODS. Are we being excessively redundant in (re)storing data a 3rd and 4th time? Is this even a reasonable question about redundancy Redundant Storing?
    • 11 Topic 4: Oracle has built adaptors for EHA to Cerner and Epic environments. Do those adaptors cover 100% of the CPOE or just the top 10 subjects? How can EHA support “in-system” predictive modeling and enrich the data analytics within its own eco system? Cerner and EPIC - ETL Adapters
    • Final question. How is Oracle positioned with the EHA to support Accountable Care, Patient Centered Medical Homes, and Patient Engagement? The Future – ACOs and PCMH 17
    • Join us in Nashville at the PCMH & Shared Savings ACO Leadership Summit September 9 -10, 2013 http://www.opalevents.org/p/162 /the-pcmh-shared-savings-aco- leadership-summit Join us in Scottsdale at the Continuum of Care Alliance Annual Conference October 23 – 25, 2013 http://carecontinuumalliance.org /forum/index.php Join us in San Francisco at Oracle Open World September 22-26, 2013 Session: Patient Portals, Fulfilling the Patient-Centered Medical Home [CON2892] Oracle Healthcare Blog www.perficient.com/healthcare www.perficient.com/oracle Follow us on Twitter @PRFT_Oracle @lesliadams @teriemc Webinar August 15, 2013 Patient Centered Medical Homes and Oracle Healthcare Analytics Join us in Los Angeles for the ACO Congress November 4-6, 2013 http://www.acocongress.com Upcoming Events 18
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    • Lesli Adams, MPA, Director, Oracle Healthcare Business Intelligence lesli.adams@perficent.com 281-435-8473 Terie McClintock, MBA, Director, Oracle Healthcare Practice terie.mcclintock@perficient.com 713-412-8841 Brady Davis, Director, Healthcare Strategy & Business Development brady.davis@oracle.com 360-398-3747 Perficient/Oracle Contacts 20