Posts Tagged ‘Cogito’

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Northwestern Medicine Leverages Epic to Enable Value-Based Care

The transition from a fee-for-service model to a value-based care model requires healthcare organizations to re-evaluate their technology and in most cases invest in new solutions. Population health management is a focal point for organizations amidst the changes in the delivery model and payment reform and hospitals and health systems rely on technology to transform […]

Webinar Recap: ProHealth Improves in Population Health Management

On Wednesday, ProHealth Care and Perficient teamed up to present a session describing how the healthcare system implemented Epic’s Cogito data warehouse to deliver clinically integrated insights. During the webinar, Christine Bessler, CIO and VP of Information Technology at ProHealth Care, described the organization’s innovative approach to population health management. Why innovative? Well, for starters, […]

Perficient partners with ProHealth to improve data architecture

Today, Perficient announced that it has been working with ProHealth Care to improve the organization’s data architecture and implement a new data warehouse to drive population health management. ProHealth Care is the first healthcare system to produce reports and data out of Epic’s Cogito data warehouse, delivering integrated, real-time clinical insights. From the Press Release. […]

Case Study: ProHealth Uses Cogito DW to Manage Population Health

Perficient recently worked with ProHealth Care to help the healthcare system with their data architecture efforts, specifically working on the integration of Epic System’s Cogito data warehouse and several other key data sources surfacing data via SQL Server. ProHealth Care,  a community-based healthcare system with 15 primary care clinics, three hospitals, and numerous other services, […]

Implementing and Extending Epic’s Cogito for Pro Health

Implementing and Extending Epic’s Cogito

Introduction Over the years as a consultant in the IT field, I’ve worked on quite a few health care related projects.  None have been as large or interesting as my current engagement. I am part of a team working with ProHealth to stand up and extend a new third party data warehouse offering called Cogito.  […]