Why isn’t value-based care working?
Healthcare data exists in multiple systems.
Providers don’t have the information they need.
Holon can help.
Our patented technology enables organizations to fulfill the promise of value-based care, by surfacing contextual insights to the point of care – independent of the technologies in play.
Our agnostic, point of care platform, CollaborNet, surfaces insights within the provider’s workflow, seamlessly shares data with health plans and vendors, and automates referrals across communities.
“We recognized that we really have to be able to engage with providers in a way that fits within their workflow and in a way that sends data when they need it – not not just through a portal, not just retrospective or backward-looking, but in that moment when they’re seeing somebody: one of our members, one of our patients.”
– David Coe, Vice President of Data Management, Analytics and Population Health Management Technology
“With our recent partnership with Holon, the NextGen Population Health Platform is now serving up multi-sourced data at the point of care in ways that fit and adapt to physician and care team workflows, by averting the need for them to log on to multiple systems in order to see a full view of the patients’ data and information. Within the EHR many workflow accelerators are allowing automation and streamlining of repetitive tasks. When it comes to physician burnout these innovative platforms are no longer part of the problem, they are the solution!”
– Betty Rabinowitz, MD FACP Chief Medical Officer
“Holon takes the sea of data and makes it very relevant to a specific patient and his or her needs. This is critical, because our users are looking to us to help them solve their very local problems. We want to constantly anticipate answers to, “How do we advance the care and experience for this patient in front of us today?” and “How can we be more intuitive and make providers’ lives easier?” The solution has to be local and it has to be in the workflow – so we’re thrilled that Holon will be our partner on this journey. Their technology helps us meet our technical and our strategic goals.”
– Doug Dietzman, Executive Director
“We’re excited that our partnership with Holon addresses the crippling lack of interoperability and the cumbersome information retrieval processes that currently characterize healthcare data. Clinicians need and deserve solutions that facilitate, not thwart, patient care.”
– Niki Buchanan, Population Health Business Leader
“Holon has been an innovative and strategic partner for Clinical Pathology Laboratories. Prior to Holon, we were challenged with our providers ordering tests that were later denied by payers causing a loss of revenue and time and resources trying to resolve the denial. With Holon, we’ve been able to implement payer specific rule sets that help us and our providers by ordering the correct test for their patients. The results have reduced denials, improved resource efficiency at both CPL and the provider office, and a 5% overall improvement of revenue capture. With Holon any challenge has always been embraced; it’s never no, it’s figure out the clear path forward towards liberating the data.”
– Tony Jones, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Information Technology Solutions
Arizona Center for Internal Medicine
“We were given Holon as a point of care platform to automate the exchange of critical information between our practice and the ACO to provide even better care for our patients. With Holon, we have realized a time savings of 7 minutes per patient visit. Our physicians each see an average of 20 patients per day. The time saved is significant to our practice. The savings is a result of patient-specific gaps in care being surfaced automatically when a member of our care team accesses a patient’s chart in our EMR. Holon is fully integrated into our daily workflow. We no longer have to login to portals to access this information. Holon has directly provided our physicians with extra time with each patient, enhanced clinical decision-making at the point and time of care, and improved our engagement with the ACO through data.”
– Diane Fowler, BSBM, RN