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Extract Data from Unstructured Text to Support Your Reporting and Analytics Initiatives

We believe in the power of accurate data: we offer services that extract critical information from your clinical and claims data to improve the accuracy of your population health and analytics initiatives.

Extract data and capture additional information

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Improve quality of care

Improve the effectiveness of your care and disease management programs by leveraging unstructured data to identify at-risk patients

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Maximize reimbursement

Ensure your clinicians are getting credit for managing patients when participating in value-based payment models

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Optimize Analytics

Leverage clinical data from EHRs, labs, and pharmacies to improve overall performance measures on important dimensions of care and service

Find additional data in structured and unstructured text

  • Unstructured text – Using our NLP capabilities, find data that points to members or patients who qualify for measures
  • Map clinical and claims data – We offer maps, such as CPT to LOINC, and consulting services to map your clinical and claims data to make sure you are recognizing all of your members or patients
  • Quality Measures – Extract data from unstructured text to include in reporting for CMS Clinical Quality Measures, PQRS, ACO Clinical Quality Measures, and HEDIS Measures, which are used for quality measure reporting
This solution is available via our complete cloud-based solution which allows you to collaborate on mapping while maintaining full content versioning and a complete audit trail.


Need to harmonize data from disparate sources into standard terminologies?

Normalize your clinical and business data to standard terminologies so it can be used for reporting, analytics, data warehousing, and other enterprise applications. With Health Language, you can enable interoperability, improve patient care, and maximize reimbursement.

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Code groups (also called value sets) are just that: groups of codes that come from one or more standard vocabularies.

Healthcare providers and payers are increasingly responsible for monitoring the effectiveness and safety of care and generating reports for internal use and external regulators.