Boston, MA, USA
Data and Analytics · Health · Information Technology · Software
1 - 10 employees
iQuartic Inc. develops cloud platforms to network and data mine EHR and other data for the healthcare industry. Its technology enables EHR and claims auditing, quality benchmarking, population health management, disease management, risk profiling, and P4P revenue optimization. It provides iQ EHR Network, a vendor-agnostic EHR networking coupled with analytics processing real time data to network and integrate disparate EMR systems from multiple facilities; iQ EHR Auditing, a technology that applies advanced analytics and text mining to uncover inconsistencies in EHR and claims data; iQ ACO Software, which enables accountable care organizations (ACO) to achieve an analytical view of entire networks and individual patients; iQ EHR Data Mining, which are predictive modeling modules for quality benchmarking, risk profiling, disease management, and other applications; and iQ EHR Reporting, which enables system-wide assessment of use and financial impact of non-compliance. The company’s products include EHR Data Auditor, an EHR analytics platform used for behavior modeling of patient groups to identify an under-reporting of HIV+ patients; Diabetes Management Scorecard, a technology used to assess diabetes management across a network of disparate EMRs; COPD Population Profiler, a technology focused on chronic disease management, and to predict and manage COPD patients; Readmission Predictor, a platform based on EMR integration framework to provide a predictive modeling plug-and-play module for predicting patients at risk for hospital re-admission; Predictive Claims Auditor, an EMR integration framework to detect and prevent erroneous clinical data entries; Predictive Patient Outreach, which is used to predict optimal targets and channels for marketing initiatives; and Clinician Profiler, an integrated system for profiling clinicians, calculating practice variations, and assessing risk. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Something looks off?