Our Platforms Support the Following Datasets
All-Payer Claims Data
State Sourced Data
Medicare Data (CMS)
Internal Patient Data
What is Data Processing?
"Data processing" refers to the collection, aggregation, cleaning, and updating of data so hospitals and health systems can use it to make informed strategic decisions.
Why is a strong data process needed?
The healthcare space is flooded with various types of data: state data sets, Medicare data sets, all-claims data, hospital patient data, demographic, psychographic, and more.
Because of all this available data, every hospital and health system could benefit from a strong data process. This practice is particularly crucial for hospitals systems juggling multi-state data or using SPSS or SQL to aggregate data.
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What does a strong data process look like?
The formula for a strong data process boils down to these 5 steps:
Today, hospital resources are getting caught in the weeds, spending the majority of their time in the data. This leaves less and less time for the higher, more strategic levels of thinking. By taking this arduous and time-consuming task off the plate of our partners, prior to even loading the data into our software platform, we provide opportunity for focus on the more important job of making informed growth decisions.
How We Do It
1. Data Receipt
Client orders data from their respective states
OR uploads data directly through our HIPAA-compliant website
OR Stratasan downloads the data on the client’s behalf
2. Verify Trends
Verify quarterly and yearly trends multiple times
3. Connect Codes
Connect specific codes (MS-DRG, ICD9, CPT, HCPCS) to descriptions for easier usability of the data within the Stratasan platforms
4. Validate Formattingg
Validate formatting of fields to ensure the correct connections between the codes and descriptions
5. Quality Assurance
Examine overall volume, facility discharges or visits, and product line comparisons—any outliers are flagged and investigated
6. Added Value
Provide additional value on top of the data, making it more useful to you as you draw insights from it
7. Go Live
Data is approved and made "live" for users