Ursa Health Press Releases

Version 2.1 Release

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

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

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

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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Version 1.3 Release

Los Angeles, CA Today, Ursa Health announces a version 1.3 release of its flagship software product. Version 1.3 includes the innovative Peer Comparison feature. Specifically designed for the data culture of healthcare, Peer Comparison delivers analyses mirroring how clinicians think about their care – promoting engagement, learning, and improvement. Data make sense when the internal comparisons match the “local” organization, and Version 1.3 provides industry-leading tools that allow each delivery system to configure the report to reflect their uniqueness.

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Version 1.2 Release

Los Angeles, CA Today, Ursa Health announces a version 1.2 release of its flagship software product. Version 1.2 includes the Ursa Health Terminology Server, an integrated platform for the creation and maintenance of value sets and groupers. Given the breadth and fluidity of clinical and administrative health care data, the custom development of new measures and reports based on the clinician guidance requires an elegant balance of flexibility, validity, and scalability.

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Version 1.1 Release

Los Angeles, CA Today, Ursa Health announces a version 1.1 release of its flagship software product. Version 1.1 ships with a fully flexible binding system between the application and the EHR reporting database. Whereas in previous releases it was necessary for client IT to prepare a set of tables to conform to Ursa Health’s expected data model, it is now possible for users to register new tables and edit the registration of existing tables in the Ursa Health data model.

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