SOURCE: Dynamic Health Strategies
HOUSTON, TX --(Marketwired - February 20, 2014) - Dynamic Health Strategies announces HealthSpective® Version 1.7 became available on February 15, 2014. HealthSpective is a population management system that helps self-funded companies optimize benefit costs and employee health. Using data from all sources, client focused benchmarks and advanced analytics, HealthSpective makes quantified recommendations on prevention, screening, treatment, disease management and service utilization.
In addition to enhanced speed, HealthSpective has added a number of new features. First, the "Ask an Analyst" component allows the user to directly submit a question and interact with a DHS analyst to help them understand their results. Second, the DHS methodology has been reviewed by experts from the University Of Texas School Of Public Health and a technical description and attestation is provided to assure users of the accuracy of the methodology. Also, the entire HealthSpective set of measure reports, including analysis, interpretation and inference per measure, can now be downloaded into an enhanced annual report to provide hardcopy access.
In addition to these features, the Disease Management Module of HealthSpective has been enhanced with more detailed results demonstrated graphically with multiple charts capability. This version increases HealthSpective's drill down opportunities related to specific gaps in preventive care and recommended screenings.
DHS' HealthSpective continues to add user-requested features and enhanced capabilities. The next version is expected to be launched in July 2014.
Dynamic Health Strategies (DHS) offers specialized healthcare benefit analysis, auditing, cost-management and reporting software and services. As experts in population health management and data analytics, DHS helps its clients monitor the health of the population and target cost saving initiatives that focus on health improvement and effective and efficient use of resources. DHS helps take the guesswork out of healthcare business decisions.