population health

For Health Plans & ACOs

Healthcare is at an inflection point. As you strive to meet ever-increasing purchaser and member expectations, implementing a fully integrated, data-driven population health program is likely one of your top priorities.Though you may have hired the best team of analysts and procured a state-of-the-art analytics engine, without comprehensive, real-time clinical data, your population health program’s results will be limited.

For your Colorado members, no single organization can provide you with more comprehensive clinical data than CORHIO. We currently have data for more than 4 million unique patients. Our clinical data is robust because our network transmits data for more than 60 hospitals and the state’s largest medical laboratories. We are also transmitting ambulatory data from some of the state's largest outpatient clinics.

Data Services

We offer data services that give your analytics engine the fuel it needs to perform advanced analysis and accurate reporting. We can provide you with your members’ real-time clinical data, which will help you pinpoint areas for improving outcomes and containing costs. We can also support disease management and care navigation programs. Simply provide us with a member list and we return to you the most current data available from network providers.

Patient Event Notifications

Through an electronic report or HL7 interface, we can notify you when a members are hospitalized or visit an emergency department. This timely information can be used to improve care management for members, prevent hospital readmissions, improve disease management programs and inform quality improvement programs.

Contact us to learn more about our Data Services and Patient Event Notifications.


What our participants are saying:

“The first thing we have to realize is where these people are going for their care so we can intervene if they’re going to the ER instead of a primary care doctor. We contact them and ask if we can do something to help them not go to the ER for routine care. In the past, we could only look at a few hospitals and now we can look at the whole system. And more importantly, we can look at the actual visit and see what it was for. We can read the whole record (in the HIE) and see that maybe the diagnosis isn’t the whole story. We can contact the patient and walk them through how to avoid this happening again. Maybe they didn’t have access to their meds or couldn’t get to their doctor’s appointment. Now we can start a better conversation with the patient.”

Joel Dickerman, DO
Chief Medical Officer
Community Health Partnership