Innovaccer Inc., the Health Cloud company, has partnered with Dayton Children’s Health Partners (DCHP) to support the pediatric network’s mission to deliver coordinated value-based care that helps children stay healthy.
DCHP, a physician-led clinically integrated network, uses evidence-based quality programs to improve outcomes, increase efficiency, and reduce costs in pediatric care. But a mix of EHRs and other healthcare IT systems made it difficult to get insights on network performance and prevented physician engagement at the point of care to identify and close care gaps and manage at-risk patients. It also reduced leadership’s ability to measure, analyze, report, and improve financial and clinical outcomes.
DCHP turned to the InnovaccerⓇ Health Cloud and its Data Activation Platform to eliminate information silos by integrating pediatric data into a unified patient record. This single source of clinical, financial, and operational truth helps improve value-based care performance by generating real-time insights that support evidence-based, coordinated care decisions.
Innovaccer empowers pediatric providers with tools to help them focus on what matters most—delivering high-quality care to children—with longitudinal patient records, intuitive clinical workflows, automatic record updates, and robust patient-matching algorithms, all within a cloud platform designed to improve outcomes and increase efficiency.
“We have one focus: to improve the health and well-being of our children by delivering high-quality, cost-effective care,” said Kim Grant, Executive Director at DCHP. “By unifying patient data from our physicians’ various systems on the Innovaccer Health Cloud, we can use advanced analytics to identify opportunities to manage patients in real time, track and address quality measures, and continually improve our patients’ care experiences.”
About Dayton Children’s Hospital
One of only 31 independent freestanding children’s hospitals in the country, Dayton Children’s is the region’s only medical facility dedicated to children. Accredited by The Joint Commission and serving 20 Ohio counties and eastern Indiana, the experts at Dayton Children’s care for 380,000 children each year. Consistently recognized as one of the country’s best and most cost-effective pediatric hospitals, Dayton Children’s is home to the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, and—together with the United States Air Force—shares the nation’s only civilian-military integrated pediatric training program. For more children’s health and safety information, visit www.childrensdayton.org.