BEAVERTON, Ore., Jan. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Enli Health Intelligence, a market leader in population health management technology, announced today that CareManager, its enterprise-class care coordination platform, has been recognized as the highest rated solution by KLAS Research. In its recently released Population Health Management 2015: How Far Can Your Vendor Take You? Report, KLAS studied nine dimensions of vendor performance. Among KLAS-rated vendors, Enli achieved the highest Overall Performance Scores based on 213 interviews with US-based provider organizations.
Most notably, Enli earned high marks among competitors for its capability to:
- Create a comprehensive, consolidated and meaningful patient record
- Help clinicians quantify and act on clinical risk
- Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of care coordination
- Engage and motivate patients in their own care
"Enli CareManager has given us insight into a lot of things we couldn't easily quantify or visualize before," said one healthcare provider interviewed by KLAS for the study. "Enli CareManager has created a fluid connection between the data coming out of our EMR and the people who do outreach."
"The biggest benefit is that the system is in the users' workflow," confirmed another provider interviewed by KLAS. "Providers like that they don't have to go somewhere else to find the information."
Bi-directional integration within the electronic health record, and the capability to automate the workflows that support care management and care coordination, are key aspects of Enli's exceptionally high customer satisfaction ratings. The company's commitment to its customers' success resulted in 100% of its customers stating that Enli is a part of their long-term plans. (See Chart)
Providers Confirm CareManager Enables Their Pursuit of Value-Based Reimbursement
"It is gratifying that our customers have rated us so highly, but they, in fact, are leading the way to value-based care," observed Dr. Joseph Siemienczuk, Chief Medical Officer at Enli. "CareManager was developed by providers, for providers to improve the health of patients with chronic disease a decade before there was a financial incentive for doing so. Today, in excess of 80% of our customer base is participating in a medical home, and more than half are in an accountable care organization."
"We are involved in a state value-based program that we worked with Enli Health pretty closely on," stated one provider organization surveyed by KLAS. "We had a really tight schedule, and they worked with us a lot to make that happen. Additionally, Meaningful Use and PQRS involve a lot of things for which we use Enli CareManager as well as the HEDIS measures for the insurance companies."
Enli Health Intelligence works collaboratively with healthcare delivery systems, allowing them to pursue population health-based initiatives and close priority gaps in care. The Enli platform curates and codifies the latest evidence-based guidelines and programs, supports the creation of a unified care plan, and facilitates care team collaboration at the point of care, wherever that may be.
For more information about Enli Health Intelligence and its population health management solutions, please visit Enli.net.
Enli Health Intelligence® is the market leader in population health management technology. Enli enables care teams to perform to their full potential by integrating healthcare data with evidence-based guidelines embedded in provider workflows across the population and at the point of care.
Enli Health Intelligence
Erik Simshauser, 1-503-858-6094
Vice President, Marketing
About the KLAS Population Health Management 2015 Performance Report
KLAS is a healthcare technology research firm that specializes in monitoring and reporting the performance of software, services, medical equipment, and infrastructure vendors. In its Population Health Management 2015 Performance Report, KLAS conducted 213 interviews with provider organizations in order to explore: (1) Which PHM vendors are being used by which providers; (2) why providers choose certain vendors; (3) how well vendors meet expectations; (4) where individual vendors perform best; and (5) what strengths and weaknesses stand out.
For more information or to obtain a copy of the report, visit: www.klasresearch.com
SOURCE Enli Health Intelligence