Integris Health, Woman's Hospital implement data analytics platform to manage patient care costs  

Integris Health and Woman's Hospital will both deploy Health Catalyst's data analytics solutions to improve cost transparency surrounding patient care, according to a Dec. 4 news release.

By implementing Health Catalyst's Corus platform, Oklahoma City-based Integris and Baton Rouge, La.-based Woman's Hospital will be able to analyze clinical and financial variation among patients from both an individual and population level.

Health Catalyst's data analytics solution integrates with the hospitals' EHR data and department equipment resources data to deliver a comprehensive analysis of the patient's care costs.

"At Integris, we knew that it was important to get to the bottom of both clinical and financial variation," Integris Health CFO Doug Smith said in the news release. "Corus was the only solution that allowed us to analyze variation at the activity level, not just the charge code level. We will have individual costs for each patient that we can aggregate for population, provider and service line variation analysis."

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