Thursday April 5, 2012 12:00 am
Santa Rosa, CA
i2i Systems, a pioneer and leading provider of population health management solutions, today announced that it had been awarded a portion of the Blue Shield of California Foundation (BSCF) $9 million fourth-quarter grants to pilot the development of a state-wide approach for aggregating health center data and providing system-level analytic tools. The project is designed to help regional networks of community clinics use data more effectively to improve their performance and the health of their patients. Networks in northern California, the central valley and southern California will be participating.
i2i Systems will provide networks and centers with their innovative PopIQ solution. With its powerful interface engine that brings together data from disparate electronic health record systems, PopIQ provides an efficient, real-time comparative analytics tool that empowers networks with national standardized measures for tracking and improving performance across clinics and regions.
“Analytic tools that leverage health data in a practical way will help healthcare providers deliver the highest quality care more efficiently,” says i2i Systems President and CEO Janice Nicholson. “We are honored to be a recipient of the Blue Shield of California Foundation grant.”
In an earlier release on the fourth quarter grants, Peter V. Long, Ph.D., president and CEO of BASCF, said: “Our focus is on supporting California’s safety net providers to become a first-class system of care.”
About i2i Systems
With over 1,000 health care delivery sites nationwide,i2i Systems is a pioneer and leading provider of Population Health Management solutions and services. We are focused exclusively on creating healthier populations by partnering with – and empowering – healthcare organizations in their journey to deliver the highest quality care. Success, we believe, takes both powerful tools and close collaboration.
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