Visualize Big Data
That old saying about a picture being worth a thousand spreadsheets... Okay, that's not it, but TEAM's full spectrum of tools make it easy to recognize areas that need your attention.
Schedule a time to talk with one of our analysts to see how visualizing patient journeys can inform your strategies and help you manage your network for maximizing provider, payer, and patient benefits across the board.
The Organization Brief starts with quantities of shared and same day visits, as well as unique patients. It also helps you quickly identify your top primary care and specialist physicians (Loyalists) as well as your top opportunities to capture more business (Splitters).
The physician Geoflow shows all physicians who share relationships with individual patient, along with all the other physicians of the same taxonomy who share similar patient relationships.
The Care Pathways graph shows the flow of patients through a specific provider. Left Side: Referrals to the provider from a specialization or classification. Right Side: Referrals from the provider to a specialization or classification.
The Specialty Flow is one of the most powerful graphics and shows the flow of visits from Primary Care to Specialist and then to Hospitals.
Specialty Flow physician referral highlight.
Specialty Flow of incoming physician referrals to an organization.
The Quadrant Analysis is specifically designed for use in strategic planning. It makes it easier to put all of your medical staff into one of four quadrants. The graphic is fully interactive, and you can click into classifications, specializations, and individuals. The chart communicates volume (X-axis), market share (Y-axis), total charges (circle size), and leakage (circle color).
The Market Map is a graphical depiction of your market. It takes an “Asset” based approach to show where your market is heading and pinpoints specialties’ where you can have the most significant impact.
The Specialty Report shows total visits, unique patients and same day visits from both a pre- and post-acute viewpoint, sorted by specialty. It shows from which specialty a provider receives its referrals and whether the provider is the last episode of care for these patients.