Analytics

Ursa Health’s analytics unravel the complexity of healthcare delivery and provide actionable insights to drive improvement.

Consulting

Using our clinical, administrative, and measurement expertise, our team consults with health system leaders to shape all phases of improvement programs.

Reporting

Ursa Health’s innovative platform transforms the big data from your EMR into information and action swiftly and without disruption to clinical practice.

Customization

Effective improvement work requires the right information. In our experience, this information has to be customized to each setting and question.

Flexible Deployment

Ursa Health adapts to the structure of your reporting environment and can be run in the cloud or within your firewall, managed by our team or yours.

Natural Language Processing

HCPCS/CPT codes are not enough. Ursa Health combines these with natural language processing of clinical data to understand delivery of care.

Ursa Health In Action

Ursa Health emerged from a program launched in 2013 within a complex, integrated delivery system to meet the urgent challenge of improving delivery of care. We developed an innovative analytics approach that leveraged data to customize the information that clinical teams and system leaders needed to answer their improvement questions. Today, these analytics have been eagerly adopted by a wide range of clinical specialties and are driving over 100 redesign projects and programs. Ursa Health’s technology-enabled services deliver a proven solution with software that enables health systems to access this method without dedicated programmers.

Press Releases

Version 2.1 Release

on July 17, 2017

Nashville, TN Today, Ursa Health announces a version 2.1 release of its flagship software product. Version 2.1 includes the Table Dashboard feature, which allows a heads-up summary of the performance of all of a report’s measures across all the views in the report. Views are a longstanding feature in the Ursa Health software, which allow admin users to configure tailored filters for each measure in a report. Because they can leverage any field in each of the report’s measures, users put them to a variety of uses, even within a given report.

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Version 2.0 Release

on March 9, 2017

Nashville, TN Today, Ursa Health announces a version 2.0 release of its flagship software product. Version 2.0 includes a ground-up redesign of the application, as well as the Custom Dashboard screen, which allows users to assemble and share their own sets of charts which they have bookmarked from their reports. The redesign effort that culminates in the 2.0 release has been years in the making. Per Ursa Health CTO Steve Hackbarth, “since our first production deployment in 2015, we’ve been gathering feedback from a diverse set of users to make the end user experience more intuitive and compelling.

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Version 1.5 Release

on November 18, 2016

Nashville, TN Today, Ursa Health announces a version 1.5 release of its flagship software product. Version 1.5 includes the Opportunity Discovery feature that provides groundbreaking flexibility to users seeking answers to the fundamental care redesign questions: “Where do we start first to get the biggest effect?” and “We have lots of theories, but what’s really driving this outcome?” Consistent with Ursa Health’s foundational position, the answers to these questions will be unique for each health system, and Opportunity Discovery enables clinical teams to arrive at their local answer.

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Version 1.4 Release

on September 8, 2016

Nashville, TN Today, Ursa Health announces a version 1.4 release of its flagship software product. Version 1.4 includes support of the PostgreSQL database as a first-class citizen in its technology stack. PostgreSQL, the world’s most advanced open-source database, has long been a rising star in information technology, and has now arrived as a serious competitor to Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server. “We had begun with Oracle as our target, but we’ve been hearing increased interest from client IT for Postgres as an affordable, high-performance alternative,” explains Steve Hackbarth, Ursa Health CTO.

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