Mid Hudson Medical Group Goes Live with Humedica MinedShare® to Power its Patient Centered Medical Home Initiative and

BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Mid Hudson Medical Group, a leading medical group serving Dutchess County (NY) for over fifty years, has successfully implemented Humedica MinedShare® clinical analytic solution for benchmarking its population’s health. Humedica MinedShare integrates Mid Hudson’s electronic medical record, GE Centricity®, with data from other IT systems, enabling the multi-specialty medical group to track clinical, operational and financial performance. Centricity is a registered trademark of General Electric Company.

“The analytics accessible through Humedica MinedShare are wonderful, insightful and easy to use. We will be using them for several initiatives, including our Patient Centered Medical Home,” said Joseph A. Garvey, M.D., President and Chairman of Mid Hudson Medical Group. “We also like the fact that we are able to benchmark ourselves with other leading practitioners across the country through our participation in the Anceta collaborative, which uses clinical data as opposed to the norm of claims data. As an Anceta member and user of Humedica MinedShare, Mid Hudson Medical Group is empowered with the data and knowledge to enhance care quality, safety and cost-effectiveness,” Garvey added.

“Mid Hudson Medical Group is taking the next step towards population-based healthcare,” said AG Breitenstein, Vice President and General Manager of Provider Markets of Humedica. “By combining Mid Hudson’s clinical expertise and Humedica’s clinical analytics technology, Mid Hudson Medical Group is well-equipped to proactively improve their care management.”

Mid Hudson Medical Group is a member of the American Medical Group Association and Anceta – AMGA’s Collaborative Data Warehouse, developed in partnership with Humedica. “Through the comparative data and the Anceta collaborative meetings, Mid Hudson is able to learn how other groups are treating patients with similar combinations of clinical comorbidities and sociodemographic factors, their relative resource use, and the outcomes they’re achieving,” said John Cuddeback, M.D., Ph.D., Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Anceta. “We’re excited to have Mid Hudson contributing its clinical experience and knowledge to other medical groups across the country,” Dr. Cuddeback added.

ABOUT HUMEDICA

Humedica is a next-generation clinical informatics company that provides novel software-as-a-service (SaaS)-based business intelligence solutions to the health care industry. Through cutting-edge analytics, Humedica connects patient information across varied medical settings and time periods to generate a truly longitudinal and comprehensive view of patient care. Humedica provides our partners and customers with the informatics solutions necessary to improve, manage, and succeed in today’s dynamic health care market. Humedica is defining knowledge in health care.

ABOUT ANCETA

Anceta LLC is a subsidiary of the American Medical Group Association (AMGA), building upon AMGA’s tradition of collaborative quality improvement and best-practices sharing among AMGA member medical groups and other organized systems of care. Using Humedica’s unique clinical analytics platform, Anceta facilitates data-driven collaboration among AMGA member medical groups to enhance value in population health. The Anceta Collaborative Data Warehouse illuminates the relationships between care process, patient outcomes, and cost – all the elements of the value equation.

ABOUT MID HUDSON MEDICAL GROUP

Based in Fishkill, NY, Mid Hudson Medical Group has 125 providers working in 17 offices. It has served Dutchess County for 50 years.



CONTACT:

Humedica
Allen Kamer, 617-475-3810
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or
Anceta
John Cuddeback, M.D., 703-842-0768
[email protected]
or
Mid Hudson Medical Group
Joseph A. Garvey, M.D., 845-231-5504
[email protected]

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