Clairvia Announces Breakthrough Care Value Analytics Service

New offering empowers hospitals to build new, evidence-based models of care that improve care quality while reducing costs

DURHAM, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Today, Clairvia announced the addition of a new service to its suite of Care Value Management (CVM™) software solutions. Designed to assist healthcare organizations’ efforts to improve care quality and reduce costs, Clairvia CVM provides a real-time, evidence-based platform for making resource management decisions. The new service, Care Value Analytics, uses data from the CVM system to help administrators better understand the inter-relationship between cost and quality – as experienced in their organizations. Capturing key clinical and financial data, the system presents reliable, accurate information to administrators, clinicians and financial executives in a relevant and timely manner, so as to facilitate better decision-making and immediate, effective action.

“The success of Clairvia CVM has been based on our ability to provide better decision support to clinicians at the point of care,” says Clairvia President and CEO Beth Pickard. “Care Value Analytics takes evidence-based decision support to the next level by aligning data from individual patient experiences with clinical and financial objectives and making it available to managers and executives at all levels – all the way up to the board room.”

Unlike other business intelligence solutions, Care Value Analytics goes beyond bringing together standard key performance indicators (KPIs) by focusing on the data that drives care value. Utilizing information contained in the CVM system, this new technology links individual clinicians to patient, financial, and quality outcomes, thereby empowering health care organizations to better understand the resource characteristics that have the greatest positive impact on care quality, patient satisfaction and financial performance.

“In the professional literature, we have seen substantial evidence demonstrating the impact of clinician staffing on patient outcomes,” Pickard concludes. “However, until now, no one had been able to operationalize this evidence to improve organizational effectiveness. Care Value Analytics breaks through this barrier, offering organizations an opportunity to build new models of care – based on their individual, real-world experiences – that reduce costs while improving the quality of each care experience.”

To learn more about Clairvia CVM solutions and the new Care Value Analytics service, contact the company at (866) 807-8233 or visit www.clairvia.com. Clairvia will also be presenting a full demonstration of Care Value Analytics at the AONE Conference in San Diego, April 13 – 16, 2011.

About Clairvia

Clairvia, Incorporated serves more than 1,200 healthcare organizations, medical facilities, nursing departments, and group practices with advanced software solutions for patient and staff management.

Clairvia® Care Value Management (CVM) is a comprehensive software suite that empowers healthcare providers to deliver the right caregivers to each patient – at the right time – to achieve the next desired level of wellness. In more than 200 successful implementations, Clairvia CVM has driven measurable improvements in quality of care, patient safety, patient throughput and financial performance, as well as patient, staff, and physician satisfaction. The complete Clairvia CVM solution includes the following software products:

  • Staff Manager
  • Demand Manager
  • Patient Progress Manager
  • Care Cost Manager
  • Outcomes-Driven Patient Acuity
  • Demand-Driven Patient Assignment
  • ShiftAlert Mobile
  • MobileConnect

For more information, visit www.clarvia.com.



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Clairvia Incorporated
Beth Pickard, President and CEO, 919-382-8282
[email protected]
www.clairvia.com

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