Unified data management for better patient care

IBM Unified Data Model for Healthcare is an industry-specific blueprint that provides data warehouse design models, business terminology and analytics to help you quickly develop business applications. It includes prebuilt reporting templates that offer a deeper view of your organization through key performance indicators and other measures. The software enables you to better understand population-level health and manage and quantify risk.

Find out how IBM Unified Data Model for Healthcare supports today’s healthcare industry (30:53)

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Connect your critical data

Gain a single view of patient and plan member data across the continuum of care, spanning claims, inpatient, outpatient, marketing communications, membership, behavioral health and other data sets.

Enable sharing

Create a data platform of actionable, shareable information that enables self-service reporting for the enterprise and creates a foundation for Insight as a Service (IaaS).

Leverage cloud technology

Improve data availability, realize cost savings, provide all users a holistic view of the patient’s experience, and standardize reporting to minimize risk of rework.

Key features

HEDIS 2018

Supports the latest HEDIS measures including: transitions of care; follow-up after emergency department visit for people with high-risk, multiple chronic conditions; use of opioids at high dosage; use of opioids from multiple providers; depression screening and follow-up for adolescents and adults; unhealthy alcohol use screening and follow-up and pneumococcal vaccination coverage for older adults.

Support for CMS Part C and D ratings

Includes Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) supported ratings for Managing Chronic Conditions, Member Experience with Health Plan, Drug Plan Customer Service and Member Complaints.

Support for Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources

Accelerates interoperability of clinical data sets that use Fast Health Interoperability Resources (FHIR) using FHIR v3.x supportive content mappings to IBM Unified Data Model for Healthcare. Auto-classify and govern healthcare data using healthcare data classes for IBM® InfoSphere® Information Analyzer derived from the FHIR standard.

Nursing data metrics

Includes metrics supporting the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI) such as Pressure Ulcers, Peripheral IVs, Missed Care, Central Line Blood Stream Infection and Pneumonia.

OMOP table support

Provides Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership (OMOP) tables with logical entities and attributes, which can be integrated into any supported database platform, along with dependency mappings into IBM Unified Data Model for Healthcare logical models.

Support for substance abuse and mental health

Analyzes the relationship between patient care and participation in welfare and social programs. Helps gain insights to identify and address behavioral and substance abuse conditions with predefined metrics from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association.

Revenue cycle management support

Enables you to identify forecast revenues at the time of booking patient appointments, and measure actual revenue versus forecast revenue. Identify lost revenue and reasons for loss, such as patient no-show, practitioner unavailable, facility unavailable and equipment failure.

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