Now more than ever.
We help hospitals, medical groups and health systems achieve their quality goals and optimize reimbursement under value-based care.
Solutions for Value-based Care
Make more informed decisions. And get credit for the care you provide.
Our solutions for clinical decision support (CDS) and utilization management (UM) help you make cost-effective, clinically proven care decisions by incorporating evidence-based guidelines at the point of order. Our quality reporting and clinical data registry tools streamline reporting processes and reduce labor costs. Because QPID automatically extracts complete patient information from the EHR you get more thorough reporting and better performance on quality measures.
Optimize reimbursement and reduce costs of mandated quality reporting for PQRS and MIPS (MACRA). QPID finds more evidence to improve scores by mining all EHR data including unstructured narrative notes, where valuable compliance information is documented. Proven to reduce labor requirements for reporting by 70%, QPID’s solution lets clinical resources focus on quality improvement.
CDS and UM
Promote use of evidence-based guidelines at the point of order to help clinicians make better-informed decisions. Proven to decrease unnecessary utilization of advanced imaging and high cost surgical procedures, our solutions are integrated into EHR and CPOE workflows. And you can launch eviCore’s automated prior authorization from CDS to speed approvals and reduce administrative costs.
Clinical Data Registries
Expand your capacity to participate in clinical data registries to avoid costly medical errors, improve outcomes and comply with quality mandates. Our clinical data registry tool supports rapid, thorough preparation and submission of case forms for registries such as the American College of Surgeons NSQIP. With QPID’s “software-assisted abstraction” your nurse reviewers can focus on quality, not data mining.
Intelligent Clinical Content for Epic
We curate content so you don’t have to
Optimizing Epic for streamlined clinical workflows and thorough quality reporting is a challenge. Powerful functions such as Problem-based Charting, Synopsis Views and Reporting Workbench remain untapped potential without the clinical content to support them. Now you can enhance your system with QPID Intelligent Clinical Content (QICC), without the cost and effort of in-house development.
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QPID Health now part of eviCore healthcare
QPID Health joins evidence-based care leader eviCore healthcare
eviCore healthcare, a company committed to enabling better outcomes for patients, payers and providers through advanced medical benefits management, has acquired Boston-based QPID Health. The combined entity will support healthcare’s shift to value-based care with advanced analytics, software and services to support payers, hospitals, physicians and patients.
QPID Groupers for Epic now available as a Subscription Service
QPID Intelligent Clinical Content for Epic now available
Our clinical experts curate and maintain a rich catalog of clinical content, which associates diagnoses with relevant meds and labs, and is compliant with Value Set Authority requirements. In minutes, you benefit from enhanced Problem Lists, Synopsis Views, Chart Search, and Quality Reporting, without the cost of internal development and challenges of keeping Groupers up to date.
Sharp HealthCare Selects QPID Health for PQRS Reporting
Sharp HealthCare selects QPID Health for PQRS reporting
Sharp HealthCare is a leading California healthcare system with four acute-care hospitals, three specialty hospitals, and two affiliated medical groups. QPID Health’s Quality Reporting software will be implemented for the Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group to ensure that reports to CMS under the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) reflect the high quality of care provided.
Current electronic medical record systems alone are not enough to improve quality of care. Data can’t just be “big” – we want the data to be “smart.”
No one wants to return to a system reliant on manual chart-by-chart review. That’s not a sustainable model for clinicians practicing medicine today.
If we want to know how many patients were discharged on anti-psychotic drugs, we can do that in the blink of an eye versus hours and hours.