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.

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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. The Table Dashboard gives at-a-glance visibility into performance across all measures and all views.

In addition to comparing measure performance against the profiled targets, the Table Dashboard is also responsive to the performance trends over time, to show if a measure is moving meaningfully towards or away from the goals.

“Everyone is obsessed with the table dashboard! This is a very progressive feature for us because instead of having to create the filters and manually enter it into a spreadsheet, we can view our performance across all measures and all filters of interest at once,” reports Meghan Nechrebecki, Assistant Director of Care Transformation at UCLA Health. “It also tells us our performance trend to help us identify within the improvement project where we have made progress and where we need to focus our efforts moving forward. This saves our team quite a few hours of work.”

About Ursa Health: Ursa Health is a healthcare innovation company pioneering how delivery systems and health plans learn and continuously improve. Our proven software platform provides scalable flexibility and customization throughout the analytics lifecycle – from organizing EMR and claims data, to generating project-specific measures and sharing collaborative reports. Each of our clients develops answers to its own questions, dynamically and responsively, enhancing engagement of clinicians and administrators in the continuous process of improving quality, increasing efficiency, and reducing waste.