Midas+, a Xerox company, has launched an analytics and workflow software that examines large amounts of patient-care information to provide healthcare providers insights on care recommendations.
The Juvo Care Performance Platform works to suggest possible patient outcomes and trends based on data analysis from hospitals, national claims and continuity-of-care documents, Xerox said Thursday.
Besides real-time analytics, Juvo also has workflow applications such as dashboards and mobile digital assistants for caregivers, clinicians and hospital managers.
“As our healthcare system shifts to pay-for-performance models, healthcare providers are focused on understanding their patients, engaging them in a timely manner and improving care at a reduced cost,“ said Justin Lanning, senior vice president and a managing director of healthcare provider solutions at Xerox.
“Juvo simplifies the process of identifying and addressing inefficiencies and tracking progress so providers can focus on what matters most ““ caring for patients,“ he added.
Juvo is designed to be deployed either on site or in the cloud.