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Patient Risk Analyzer for Acute Care
• The PSCI Patient Risk Analyze for Acute Care module
identifies and analyzes populations for increased risk
of 30 and 90 ...
• Acute care physicians use risk stratification as
a proactive approach to identify populations
at a high risk for hospita...
KEY FEATURES…
• Create risk-adjusted patient pools based on pre-admission
factors such as secondary illnesses, risk of mor...
KEY FEATURES…
• Out-of-the-box actionable reports for physicians,
patients and administrators
• Physicians and Hospitals m...
ABOUT PSCI
• PSCI is an innovative provider of predictive
population risk analytics for care management and
contract optim...
ABOUT PSCI
• PSCI delivers predictive chronic disease models for
population state-of-health risk stratification, quality-
...
www.pscisolutions.com
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The PSCI Patient Risk Analyze for Acute Care module identifies and analyzes populations for increased risk of 30 and 90 day re-admissions. Using the Patient Risk Analyzer, clinicians create high-risk sub-pools based on variables that include DRG, patient age, secondary complications, risk of mortality, and severity of illness. Risk scores are used to stratify patient pools into actionable segments, and are color coded as red, yellow and green.

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  1. 1. Patient Risk Analyzer for Acute Care
  2. 2. • The PSCI Patient Risk Analyze for Acute Care module identifies and analyzes populations for increased risk of 30 and 90 day re-admissions. • Using the Patient Risk Analyzer, clinicians create high-risk sub-pools based on variables that include DRG, patient age, secondary complications, risk of mortality, and severity of illness.
  3. 3. • Acute care physicians use risk stratification as a proactive approach to identify populations at a high risk for hospital-acquired conditions and complications. • Case Managers use analyses to determine best practices for care management.
  4. 4. KEY FEATURES… • Create risk-adjusted patient pools based on pre-admission factors such as secondary illnesses, risk of mortality, age and others • Create detailed risk stratification (red, yellow, green) based on state of chronic disease conditions and historic readmission data, which are the leading indicators of post-hospitalization re- admission to acute centers • Drill-down analysis from population to patient • Understand risk model details including controllable and non- controllable factors to avoid acute care readmissions
  5. 5. KEY FEATURES… • Out-of-the-box actionable reports for physicians, patients and administrators • Physicians and Hospitals maximize shared savings models (ACOs) • Seamless Integration with the PSCI suite across the continuum of care • Leverage claims data together with specific clinical data extracts from EMRs
  6. 6. ABOUT PSCI • PSCI is an innovative provider of predictive population risk analytics for care management and contract optimization leveraging EMR, Claims & Demographics data for medical homes, physician groups, ACOs, hospital systems, IDNs, and shared savings programs.
  7. 7. ABOUT PSCI • PSCI delivers predictive chronic disease models for population state-of-health risk stratification, quality- cost-risk visibility, "what-if" modeling and ACO demand planning for improving overall healthcare provider and payer performance. • PSCI is critical to managing “At-Risk” populations and pay-for-performance objectives. For more information, please visit http://www.PSCIsolutions.com
  8. 8. www.pscisolutions.com
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