By Zach Missimo
Tags: Blog, Stratasan, data visualization, analytics, data-driven decisions, Healthcare Market Research, healthcare strategy, healthcare systems, hospital, Market Share, Pathway, all-payer claims data, focus pathway, outmigration, 2022, Patient Origin, Out-migration, Syntellis
By Scott Burns
When our product team originally conceived Launch Pathway, the benefits stemming from the feature now known as Storyboards was at the forefront. As we have learned in our 6 years at Stratasan, often times product design is improved when starting with the end in mind. Our basic goals for Storyboards were to be able to save snapshots of data and visualizations, edit your story or presentation, and have each storyboard presentation automatically refresh with each new data release.
More specifically, the main model of Storyboards is an ordered collections of snapshots, each of which can exist in multiple storyboards at a time (referred to as a many-to-many relationship). As we worked through a variety of design and functionality ideas, we came to the point where we knew if the end user could not save a snapshot quickly and efficiently all other functions would be moot. A breakthrough occurred when our Product Captain, Morgan Atkins, suggested Pinterest as a place for inspiration for this functionality.
The misuse of physician recruitment data has become big business for the Department of Justice. Since January 2009, the DOJ has recovered a total of more than $25 billion through False Claims Act cases, with more than $16 billion of that amount recovered in cases involving fraud against federal healthcare programs. In the face of this increasing enforcement activity, thoughtful understanding and appropriate implementation of referral and recruitment data is more important than ever.
Tags: Blog, physician liaison, physician liaisons, Physician Pathway, physician recruitment, physician referral, physician relations, data sensitivity, department of justice, doctor, health care, healthcare, hospital, Pathway, physician, referral data, physician patterns