Company recognized for advanced analytics in support of value-based care
Alpharetta, GA—SPH Analytics has been named the 2017 number one ranked company in MACRA and MIPS Support Technology for Value Based Care by Black Book Research. In addition to the number one overall ranking, SPH Analytics received six number one criteria ranks, more than any other vendor, including top ranking in the following:
- Strategic alignment to practice goals
- Best of breed technology and process improvement
- Client relationships and cultural fit
- Support and customer care
- Trust, accountability, ethics, transparency
“We are honored to receive this prestigious award which reflects SPH Analytics’ mission to help clients leverage data to drive performance improvement in value-based healthcare,” stated Bill O’Connor, MD, Chief Medical Officer and EVP Product. “SPH Analytics has an unmatched ability to not only aggregate data from complex, disparate sources, but to also provide insights and analytics that allow our clients to continually improve measured quality and maximize financial performance. SPH Analytics is extremely pleased to be recognized for our proven track record of empowering the Triple Aim in value-based care and for our ability to help physician networks understand and capitalize on their MACRA earning potential.”
For their vendor rankings, Black Book Research crowdsource-surveyed 8,845 physician practices on MACRA MIPS readiness and preparations. Black Book Research investigated over 97 vendors including EHR technology. Black Book collected ballot results on 18 performance areas of operational excellence to rank vendors by physician quality improvement measurement and program product/service lines. The 18 criteria for operational excellence were then further divided by the client’s industry, market size, geography, and function outsourced and reported accordingly.
“SPH Analytics’ solutions have a proven impact on the Triple Aim by improving outcomes, patient experience, and cost,” said Doug Brown, managing partner of Black Book. “Their top ranking for MACRA and MIPS support technology is driven by their deep population health and clinical measure expertise and their ability to support both CMS and commercial value-based programs. Their solutions enable the kind of organization-wide improvements health systems need to transform and thrive in a value-based care ecosystem.”
Black Book Research issues annual client experience, brand loyalty, and satisfaction rankings for a variety of technology and managed services fields, including ambulatory/ physician Electronic health record (EHR), Health Information Exchanges (HIE), banking, insurance, education, outsourcing and government. Black Book produces over two hundred annual market research reports focused on the healthcare technology solutions and services industry, under the names Black Book Research and Black Book Rankings.
About SPH Analytics
SPH Analytics (SPHA), a leader in healthcare analytics and population health management, empowers clients to analyze and interpret their clinical, quality, financial, and consumer experience data to maximize their performance in value-based care environments. SPHA’s transformative technologies provide insights and impact to physician groups, ACOs, hospitals, health plans, and integrated health networks. SPHA clinical and financial analytics, healthcare survey capabilities, call center solutions, and consulting services empower clients to increase patient satisfaction and engagement, improve population health, and reduce the overall cost of care.
Ranked number one in MACRA and MIPS Support Technology for Value Based Care by Black Book Research for 2017, SPH Analytics has been providing insights and impact for more than 24 years and serves clients in all 50 states. Company headquarters and healthcare service center are in metro Atlanta. SPH Analytics is a member of the $3 billion Symphony Technology Group. For more information, call 1-866-460-5681 or visit SPHAnalytics.com.
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