Too much time is spent on collecting, sorting, and compiling information.
Preventive screening opportunities, gaps in care, and similar ‘opportunity reports’ are currently disseminated by payers via multiple channels (email, mail, etc.) and in varying formats (PDFs, spreadsheets, paper, etc.) making it difficult to obtain the most current and most complete information.
Transitioning out of manual processes to automation—specifically, reporting from payers to providers which should be electronic, aggregated, and in one place.
Data is streamed in real time as well as ingested in batches. Each data element is imported as it is emitted by the source. In addition, data is imported in discrete chunks at periodic intervals of time. We prioritize data sources, validate individual files, route data items to the correct destination, and implement automatic tracking.