Previously, big data and analytics empowered value-based care by stratifying patients into appropriate cohorts and providing appropriate intervention. Right now, we are at the threshold of a new era where behavior, consumer, clinical, claims, genomics and proteomic data are coming together to provide the precise insights into disease and behavior to truly optimize care.
We at Persivia provide population health, precision medicine and chronic care management, and as future drivers of the healthcare industry, feel that Persivia is already ahead of the curve. We help providers control costs, especially around chronic diseases as more healthcare organizations take on and share the burden of risk in today’s new financial model of value-based purchasing. Persivia understands that in order to provide effective chronic care management, we have to first acknowledge that many diseases which were considered homogeneous are actually very different at a cardiometabolic and genetic level. Persivia was designed to address these healthcare issues and the ideal partner to navigate through the new chronic care regulations to achieve better clinical and financial outcomes.
Persivia takes into account all patient data from clinical, claims, behavior, consumer, genomics and proteomic data to provide a quantum improvement in risk stratification to enable earlier clinical interventions and manage costs. Dedicated to the principles of precision medicine, Persivia leverages real-time analytics that addresses the growing need of managing complex patient populations with two or more chronic conditions.
All of healthcare, connected
Immediate and timely access to the complete patient’s history from all venues of care, from in-home diagnostics to acute care.
Health records activated
The best medical guidelines applied to the resulting “one patient, one chart”.
Physicians and patients engaged
Alerts and recommendations proactively delivered to physicians and patients at the right place, at the right time.
Better outcomes achieved
Avoidable errors reduced, higher acuity avoided, healthcare costs managed, and operational efficiency increased due to adherence to plans and protocols.