Blue Health Intelligence Launches Enhanced Whyzen ™ Analytics Platform
CHICAGO, 12 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – Blue Health Intelligence® (BHI®) recently infused guided analytics paths and a more intuitive interface into its industry-leading analysis and reporting solution for employers, Whyzen ™ Analytics, to enable healthcare professionals to quickly sort through large health data and data. identify the main opportunities for savings and improved care.
“These updates to the Whyzen platform will really help our users to devote their time in the most efficient and effective way possible to the activities that add value to their business: finding areas of achievable savings and quality improvements, forecast cost and usage trends, and identify emerging clinics and vendors. opportunities, ”said Swati Abbott, CEO of BHI.
Other enhancements include an enriched portfolio of interactive reports, a revised folder structure that organizes reports more intuitively, an improved landing page, and new metrics that allow users to view and analyze their data more dynamically. . The updated platform also includes Whyzen Advisor, a mobile speech recognition feature that allows users to formulate their requests and Whyzen Analytics will guide them to relevant KPIs, reports or dashboards.
Now, for example, when a user encounters the enhanced landing page – which is completely interactive with built-in navigation – they find an interface that invites them to the next most intuitive step along one of many analytical pathways. , which could be drug addicting reports, COVID-19 analyzes, use of specialized drugs, etc. These pathways quickly guide users to information that informs decisions, invites further investigation, and makes it easier to collaborate with team members.
The software-as-a-service solution provides health plans, employers and benefit brokers a holistic view of medical, dental, visual, pharmaceutical claims – and SDOH factors and race, ethnicity and language – all in one only environment. As a result, stakeholders can identify usage and hidden cost patterns, emerging trends, discover and improve quality factors, and track performance against KPIs.
Additionally, the Whyzen platform can explore data from specific limbs, revealing high-risk individuals who may benefit from managed care interventions to avoid complex and expensive treatment.
Using the tool, users can also leverage BHI’s national dataset of over 217 million lives and 22 billion complaints to compare performance demographically, geographically or by other metrics. To refine benefit strategies, they can also apply BHI’s predictive analytics and risk modeling resources to reliably forecast employee health care risks, costs and utilization.
“It’s a leap forward for employer reports,” said Marie henderson, Executive Vice President of Sales and Product Innovation at BHI. “The new version of Whyzen Analytics is the culmination of customer and market demands, made possible by BHI’s years of healthcare analytics experience and industry knowledge. The result is a solution that is attractive, agile and powerful.
About Blue Health Intelligence
Leveraging the power of claims data from over 200 million Americans, Blue Health Intelligence® (BHI®) provides information that enables healthcare organizations to improve patient care, reduce costs and optimize performance. With the largest, most up-to-date, and most consistent dataset in healthcare, BHI provides an accurate representation of the health profile of commercially insured Americans. BHI is the trade name of Health Intelligence Company LLC, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. For more information, visit www.bluehealthintelligence.com.
SOURCE Blue Health Intelligence