Combined entity will support healthcare’s shift to value-based care with advanced analytics, software and services to support payers, hospitals, physicians and patients Read More »Share this story:
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QPID Health software integrates with Epic and legacy systems to support clinical care, population health, research, and quality improvement Read More »Share this story:
Company to demonstrate software that streamlines reporting processes and finds more patient data to improve performance Read More »Share this story:
New content subscription service eliminates need for costly, hard to manage in-house development of content linking diseases with meds and labs. Read More »Share this story:
Leading California health system to use QPID Health’s technology to streamline mandated quality reporting and ensure reports are consistent with high standards of care Read More »Share this story:
Hospital will use QPID Health technology to expedite review and improve care for behavioral health patients at risk for revolving emergency visits and readmissions Read More »Share this story:
QPID Health named in the Natural Language Processing (NLP) Clinical Enterprise Category Read More »Share this story:
Providence Health & Services is the third largest not-for-profit health system in the United States. They will implement QPID Health to support quality improvement initiatives. Read More »Share this story:
Report on tools for Healthcare Providers highlights information technology strategies that are "innovative, impactful and intriguing" - citing QPID Health Read More »Share this story:
QPID Health and its customer Partners Healthcare to review how optimizing use of clinical data is transforming achievement of quality goals and improving clinical decisions Read More »Share this story:
President & CEO Mike Doyle, FACHE and Advisory Board Member John Halamka, MD will provide commentary and insights to healthcare executives Read More »Share this story:
QPID Health Recognized by a Distinguished Panel of Healthcare CIOs for leadership in clinical information management Read More »Share this story:
QPID Health Appoints Afik Gal as Vice President of Product Innovation Read More »Share this story:
Silver Hill and QPID Health Also Announce Plans to Collaborate on a Behavioral Health Clinical Portal Read More »Share this story:
Company Continues to Strengthen Management Team by Hiring this Experienced Industry Veteran Read More »Share this story:
The Company's Growth Necessitates Additional Space and Staff to Facilitate Product Development and Service Customers Nationwide Read More »Share this story:
Company strengthens its leadership team with healthcare industry veteran Read More »Share this story:
New Leaf Venture Partners leads round to accelerate company’s growth and meet market demand for its clinical intelligence solution Read More »Share this story:
Application promotes appropriate use and cuts costs related to pre-authorization and unnecessary surgical procedures Read More »Share this story:
QPID recognized for leadership in Clinical Information Management; also takes “Best in Show” honors Read More »Share this story:
QPID, Inc. was selected as a finalist for its innovative, industry leading product, the QPID clinical intelligence platform. Read More »Share this story:
Janine Powell joins to manage customer service for growing Electronic Health Record intelligence software company Read More »Share this story:
New Electronic Health Record intelligence software company adds healthcare industry veteran to Board to support commercial rollout Read More »Share this story:
New intelligence software company reignites clinicians’ love for their EHRs through smarter clinical decision support and analytics Read More »Share this story:
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Make your way through McCormick Place South in Chicago to visit eviCore healthcare in South – Hall A Booth #3171. We will be showing eviCore’s Clinical Decision Support (CDS) product, which is the only CDS tool proven the reduce utilization and integrated with eviCore’s prior authorization for any payer and any procedure. The CMS mandate might have moved to 2020, but if you have a strategic imperative to address variations in care and manage medical costs, eviCore CDS is a must see.
QPID Health is hosting a FREE event as part of HUBWeek, the annual citywide celebration of innovation in the arts, sciences and technology. Join us Wednesday, Oct. 11, 5:30-7:30 pm at our offices at 175 Federal Street, across from South Station. Experts in Natural Language Processing (NLP), Machine Learning, and Data Sciences will be on hand to share how we are using these technologies to improve healthcare. We hope you will stop by to enjoy our outstanding view, have some refreshments, and see what it’s like to work at the intersection of healthcare and software! Click the calendar icon to register for free.
QPID Health and our parent company eviCore healthcare are proud to join forces with HIMSS as the sponsor of this first-time forum on prior authorization. We are committed to enabling better outcomes and modernizing prior authorization.
Be part of the conversation and join us for breakfast!
RESOLVING PRIOR AUTHORIZATION PAIN POINTS – A CRITICAL CROSS-STAKEHOLDER CONVERSATION
February 21, 2017 — 07:00AM EST – 08:00AM EST
Join eviCore healthcare, HIMSS, AHIP, AMA and HATA in this lively panel discussion addressing prior authorization.
Visit QPID Health and eviCore healthcare at HIMSS 2017, Booth #5574. See how our powerful combination of clinical content, technology and expertise in medical benefits management helps you connect appropriate decisions made in the clinical workflow to automated prior approvals. Check out QPID Intelligent Clinical Content to optimize Epic for clinical functions and quality reporting. And see how QPID Quality Reporting finds more data to improve scores. To schedule a private briefing on eviCore CDS, streamlined Prior Authorization, or QPID Intelligent Clinical Content or Quality Reporting, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
QPID Health provides clinical decision support and quality reporting solutions for a successful transition to value-based care. We will showcase our innovative technology that optimizes use of patient information captured in EHRs to find more data and improve quality performance scores – a best practice for value-based care programs such as MACRA.
We’ve been invited to attend the Epic User Group meeting to share our Epic-integrated solutions designed to improve care decision making. We’ll feature our Clinical Content Optimizer subscription service, which maps the top 100 diseases with thousands of relevant labs and meds. QPID Clinical Content makes functions such as the Problem List and Synopsis View really work for clinicians by incorporating more complete patient information. Hope to see all you Epic users there!
Join QPID Health’s President & CEO Mike Doyle, FACHE and his fellow panelists for a lively discussion on “New Ideas and Applications in Health IT” at Becker’s 2nd annual meeting designed for hospital and health system CIO, CMIO and revenue cycle executives.
Grab your lunch and listen to this 30-minute webinar with our quality team leader Diane Hamm-Vida, MSN. She’s fresh off managing the PQRS submission for a large physician group at a multi-hospital health system. An expert in performance improvement and clinical information systems, she will share her expertise on getting organized for a pain-free submission. You will learn:
- How to improve your scores with a new approach to mining patient charts
- How a leading California medical group used 60% less nurse abstractor time
- How QPID accelerates workflows and eases the pain for quality staff
The imperative to submit patient cases to clinical data registries is on the rise. Certification bodies such as the Joint Commission and specialty societies are requiring clinical data registry participation. Hospitals want clinical registry data to support quality improvement and population health. And success under new quality-based models such as ACOs requires the insights that clinical data registries provide. With data abstraction teams already maxed out, how will you meet the demand? NOW ON DEMAND, listen to an informative 30-minute webinar with Julie McDonald, BSN, RN, CPHQ, Director, Clinical Analytics at Providence Everett.
Work related to ICD-10, Meaningful Use and electronic health record (EHR) implementation has taken up considerable bandwidth in 2015, limiting what hospitals could implement beyond these. By contrast, 2016 will provide healthcare professionals with the opportunity to leverage data to optimize decision-making and communication. Value-based care is gaining momentum, and hospitals must act now, or […] Read More »Share this story:
Clinical decision support software developer QPID Health, formed at Massachusetts General, agreed to an acquisition by benefit management solutions company eviCore Healthcare recently. In an interview at HIMSS, QPID CEO Mike Doyle talked about how the deal went down, although he declined to offer financial details of the transaction. He recalled that QPID hadn’t been looking for an M&A […] Read More »Share this story:
Big data analytics is a top priority for Partners HealthCare as it works to optimize its newly-launched Epic EHR platform. Partners HealthCare, the integrated health system that includes top-ranked facilities like Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, is used to going big in the health IT space. From its massive $1.2 billion […] Read More »Share this story:
Partners HealthCare is investing in a software tool that will help its doctors better navigate patient data. Boston startup QPID Health built the system, which scans patients’ electronic health records — vitals, medication histories, genomic data — and summons a relevant summary quickly, when a doctor calls it up. “There are all these clinical gems […] Read More »Share this story:
“We are facing a perfect storm” in regards to current pressure on radiologists from many different sides to control costs, and measure quality while shifting from fee for service to fee for value models, Michael E. Zalis, MD, associate professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School, said at RSNA 2015. As a result, he said, many […] Read More »Share this story:
Implementation of electric health records (EHR) has been defined by clearly stated goals and — thus far — frustrating results. Carl Cameron of Holyoke Medical Center explains how they are using QPID Health software to address the issues: “We’re in the process now of implementing a product called QPID, which is essentially like a Google for […] Read More »Share this story:
EHRs provide a wealth of data, but the time it takes to make sense of that information can be overwhelming. Massachusetts General Hospital implemented a solution to efficiently mine unstructured data for clinical decision support. As doctors and nurses struggle with EHR systems that are big and clunky, their health systems’ leaders are increasingly searching […] Read More »Share this story:
May 8, 2015 New Gartner report highlights 2015’s “coolest” innovative vendors for healthcare providers and payers. What makes a healthcare vendor cool? Innovative solutions that solve real challenges for the healthcare C-suite and payer market, according to recent Gartner reports. Each year, Gartner carefully selects a list of “Cool Vendors” representing innovative technologies and business models. For […] Read More »Share this story:
Diagnostic Imaging, April 16, 2015 Bridget M. Kuehn Reports that a quarter of New York patients who undergo cardiac catheterization likely received this invasive test unnecessarily have raised concerns for both patients and payers across the country. But when those questions arise, Creagh Milford, DO, MPH, associate medical director at Partners Health Care, and his colleagues are […] Read More »Share this story:
Taming the Electronic Medical Record, April 2, 2015 The QPID system uses artificial intelligence to wade through chart data, helping doctors diagnose and treat patients. It was just a few years ago that electronic medical records were welcomed as revolutionary. Patient information would soon flow free and fast, making paper’s cumbersome inefficiencies a distant memory. Yet the […] Read More »Share this story:
Becker’s Orthopedic Review February 27, 2015 Carrie Pallardy Thomas Cha, MD, MBA, Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston): The administrative burden when dealing with third party payers is ever-increasing. The payers’ policies regarding the medical necessity of a treatment determine treatment options that physicians offer their patients. It’s tough to quantify the amount of time spent on the […] Read More »Share this story:
Diagnostic Imaging, Dec. 1, 2014 Bridget M. Kuehn CHICAGO — New informatics tools are emerging that can help radiologists leverage patient and other medical information to more accurately interpret images, avoid medical errors, and reduce unnecessary imaging, according to speakers at RSNA 2014. Like most physicians, radiologists are facing a growing pressure to increase efficiency and […] Read More »Share this story:
MedCity News, Dec. 2, 2014 Dan Verel Digital health startup QPID Health recently announced that its EHR augmentation software was adopted by Silver Hill Hospital, a psychiatric hospital in Connecticut that hopes to glean better insights on behavioral health patterns of an often-challenging patient population. QPID, a Boston-based startup founded in 2012, said its software will […] Read More »Share this story:
HealthLeaders Media, Nov. 13, 2014 Scott Mace The next generation of decision-support technology leverages natural language processing (NLP) and continues to evolve by scouring unstructured text and presenting evidence-based medicine to providers in new, accessible, and interesting ways. In two of the latest examples, clinicians themselves contribute via a growing set of predefined queries, as evidenced […] Read More »Share this story:
mHealth News, Nov. 11, 2014 Eric Wicklund The next great mHealth innovation might not be an electronic health record platform, but a product that sits outside the box and pulls out the information that clinicians need at the point of care. As doctors and nurses grapple with legacy EHRs that are too big and clunky, companies […] Read More »Share this story:
Wall Street Journal, Nov. 3, 2014 Melinda Beck A New Application Matches Patient’s Travel and Family History With Medical Symptoms A month ago, Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston had no way to flag in its electronic medical records if an incoming patient had been to West Africa and had symptoms suggesting Ebola. Now it does. […] Read More »Share this story:
EHR Intelligence, August 20, 2014 Jennifer Bresnick Whether a healthcare organization is attesting to Stage 1 or Stage 2 of meaningful use this year, the process may not be entirely intuitive for physicians and other clinicians responsible for documenting patient care. At Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH),physicians have a little bit of help from the hospital’s Queriable Patient Information Dossier […] Read More »Share this story:
EMR & EHR, August 21, 2014 Guest blog post, Mike Zalis, MD Remember the “World Wide Web” before search engines? Less than two decades ago, you had to know exactly what you were looking for and where it was located in order to access information. There was no Google—no search engine that would find the […] Read More »Share this story:
HealthITAnalytics, August 20, 2014 Jennifer Bresnick Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has a reputation as one of the top epicenters for healthcare in the nation, bolstered in no small part by its deeply integrated and robust clinical analytics programs. Spearheaded by MGH radiologist Dr. Michael Zalis and software architect Mitch Harris, PhD, the Queriable Patient Interface […] Read More »Share this story:
Boston Business Journal, May 6, 2014 QPID Health, an electronic health records spinout from Massachusetts General Hospital, has received a $12.3 million investment from New Leaf Venture Partners. Launched last February, the Boston-based startup completed it’s Series A funding in March 2013, which came from Cardinal Partners, Matrix Partners, the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization and Partners […] Read More »Share this story:
Xconomy, May 6, 2014 A colonoscopy isn’t one of those appointments that you can just show up for. As anyone who’s had the pleasure of undergoing the procedure will certainly tell you, there’s a lot of preparation involved to make sure the bowel is empty enough for your doctor to see what’s going on. Now imagine […] Read More »Share this story:
Dow Jones VentureWire, Feb. 18, 2014 As health-care providers move their record-keeping from paper files to digital formats, they continue to face the daunting task of digitizing handwritten notes by doctors, who are not generally known for great penmanship. QPID Health Inc ., a company that aims to use natural-language processing to get around the problem, says […] Read More »Share this story:
BetaBoston (A Boston Globe Site), May 6, 2014 Boston’s QPID Health, which finds clinical intelligence about patients using data in electronic health records, has raised a $12.3 million Series B round of funding. The money will be used to ramp up the sales of its software, which works with most electronic health record systems. The company’s software […] Read More »Share this story:
HIStalk, March 31, 2014 Mike Doyle is president and CEO of QPID Health of Boston, MA. Tell me about yourself and the company. This is my fifth company as president and CEO. I was attracted to this opportunity because we understand the clinical frustration that physicians, nurses, and clinicians of all types are having accessing data […] Read More »Share this story:
Healthcare Informatics, April 3, 2014 Application aims to promote appropriate use and cut costs related to pre-authorization and unnecessary surgical procedures. Healthcare spending in the U.S. is widely deemed to be growing at an unsustainable rate, and efforts are being made by policymakers to seek ways to slow that growth or reduce spending overall. A […] Read More »Share this story:
MedCity News, Feb. 18, 2014 Health IT startup QPID Health, formed at Massachusetts General, has rolled out its first clinical decision support tool for its cloud-based platform, QPID. It works on top of providers’ electronic medical record systems and is designed to be used before high-cost, high-volume medical procedures. The idea is for physicians to use […] Read More »Share this story:
InformationWeek Healthcare, Feb. 7, 2014 QPID, a Partners HealthCare spinoff, creates a clinical decision support tool to solve physicians’ big gripe about EHRs — buried data. The sum of “Google, plus CliffsNotes,” might be the formula for making electronic health records software more usable, particularly in large hospital networks that use multiple EHR systems. That […] Read More »Share this story:
CIO.com, Oct. 30, 2013 The Boston-based Partners HealthCare system — which brings together Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, among others — is connecting its financial, operational and clinical analytics systems. To aid this effort, Partners has developed the Queriable Patient Inference Dossier, or QPID, which it describes as an […] Read More »Share this story:
Forbes Online, Sept. 9, 2013 QPID Health’s mission is to enhance the physician user experience by digesting and retrieving the mass of patient health data and presenting it in an accessible dashboard format. The inherent value of this is evident in countless scenarios. Read the full article: Forbes Online, Sept. 9, 2013 Read More »Share this story:
Dow Jones VentureWire, Mar. 20, 2013 QPID Inc. raised $4 million to search and analyze data in electronic health records, which are likely to be widely adopted given the federal government’s push to digitize medical records by 2015, the company’s chief executive told VentureWire. Read More »Share this story:
AuntMinnie.com, Feb. 20, 2013 A new software tool developed at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Partners HealthCare in Boston for data searching in electronic health records (EHRs) has made its debut as a commercial product. Read More »Share this story:
eWeek, Feb. 15, 2013 QPID, a health care IT software company spun off from Partners HealthCare in Boston, has launched with an intelligence engine of the same name to allow clinicians to extract data from electronic health records (EHRs) and convert it into an actionable format. Read More »Share this story:
HIStalk, Feb. 14, 2013 QPID, a startup that will commercialize technology developed by Massachusetts General Hospital (MA), announced its launch today. We spoke to President and CEO Michael Doyle, formerly of Medsphere, ahead of the announcement. Read More »Share this story:
Forbes, Feb. 14, 2013 Six years ago, radiologist Michael Zalis found himself spending a lot of time logging in and out of separate electronic health records at Massachusetts General Hospital to gather lab data, clinical notes, and other non-imaging information scattered in multiple databases. Read More »Share this story:
MedCityNews, Feb. 14, 2013 A health IT startup has identified what it sees as a major pet peeve of doctors using electronic health record: not being able to locate information they need fast enough. It’s launching its search engine tool to a wider market of academic medical centers and community hospitals, according to a company […] Read More »Share this story:
Boston Business Journal/MassHighTech, Feb. 14, 2013 QPID Inc., a company that aims to make electronic health records easier for doctors and other healthcare professionals to use has spun out of Massachusetts General Hospital with the help of $2 million in venture funding. Read More »Share this story:
Boston.com, Feb. 14, 2013 Boston start-up QPID hopes marry the best of big data and biology, allowing doctors and clinicians to sift through Electronic Health Records (EHR) using natural language and historical analysis. The founders say the technology can save lives and money. Read More »Share this story:
InfoWeek, Feb. 14, 2013 A new electronic health record “intelligence platform” developed at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and its parent organization, Partners Healthcare, is being touted as a solution to the problem of searching structured and unstructured data in EHRs for clinically useful information. Read More »Share this story: