Partnership will add health data optimization capabilities to the interoperability layer of Apervita’s collaboration platform to power quality measurement and value optimization solutions
CHICAGO, March 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Apervita, the trusted platform for healthcare collaboration, and Diameter Health, a fast-growing leader in health data interoperability and optimization, today announced a partnership to accelerate digital quality measurement and value-based care by providing access to clean, normalized, and enriched clinical data. The alliance will significantly increase the quality and volume of digital data available for quality measurements, which are often utilized for reimbursement as well as value-based contracts between providers and payers.
Health systems and health plans are grappling today with high volumes of multi-source, multi-format healthcare data, a phenomenon perpetuated by millions of clinicians using various EHR solutions to document care differently. This chronic, systematic information breakdown, which Diameter Health refers to as “Clinical Data Disorder,” has created a bevy of downstream issues for the healthcare industry. For providers and payers that rely on this fragmented data for the purposes of quality measurement, grappling with lots of non-interoperable clinical data means settling for an incomplete and often inaccurate view of providing and being reimbursed for quality care.
Through this partnership, Apervita adds robust normalization and aggregation capabilities to its collaboration platform.