One Call and Harbor Health Systems Debut New Data Analytics Offering

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One Call Care Management is introducing the next step in its advancement of data analytics and visualization capabilities at the National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference in Las Vegas.

One Call Care Management is debuting its new data analytics and visualization capabilities at the National Workers’ Compensation & Disability Conference in Las Vegas. The company’s subdivision, Harbor Health Systems, is launching business intelligence tools that focus on claims management, patient engagement, care coordination, and rehabilitation.

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Linda Lane, president of Harbor Health Systems, commented on the new analytic capabilities, “We’re pioneering a new data paradigm. Instead of static reports that were time-consuming to produce and outdated as soon as they were delivered, these tools deliver data with speed and agility, enabling clients to visualize the story of their program and improve performance now and into the future,” she said. “Clients gain actionable insights they can use to optimize savings, create safer work environments and ensure injured employees receive the care they need to recover and get back to work sooner.”

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Data analytics helping workers’ comp pros

The new tools will enable workers’ compensation professionals to visualize data through interactive reports, allowing them to drag and drop data into dynamic analysis and configure customizable dashboards to track performance.

“Harbor Health Systems is the first One Call division to bring our advanced analytic capabilities to the market,” said Chris Watson, Chief Operating Officer at One Call. “Big data is collected throughout the workers’ compensation industry. To mine this information, we’ve made strategic investments in our IT platform and analytic tools—coupled with our unparalleled level of clinical expertise—to help clients leverage data to make better, more informed decisions. This is the first step in our progressive plan to deliver powerful data analysis and broader value to the market.”

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