Version 2.2 Release


Nashville, TN

Today, Ursa Health announces a version 2.2 release of its flagship software product. Version 2.2 includes numerous powerful new features, highlighted by the launch of the Patient Map visualization.

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Understanding how performance varies across a geographic area is vitally important for many population health and care delivery initiatives, and the Patient Map empowers Ursa’s users with market-leading capabilities in geo-mapping. The feature is designed to illuminate patterns in data variation across all measures of performance – clinical and financial, inpatient and ambulatory, acute and chronic disease. At a glance, users can decipher the number of cases and level of performance for individual zip codes or geo-located providers of care.

“By infusing Patient Map into Ursa’s fully integrated software platform, geo-mapping becomes easy, swift, yet fully customizable and powerful. Map configuration takes moments while producing the analytics in the Ursa Data Studio module,” describes Ursa Health CEO, Dr. Robin Clarke. “Users can dynamically filter cases in and out of the Map’s analysis and single-click down to the raw cases for a targeted review of a selected zip code or provider. And, then, directly share their insights within the software with colleagues. All this integration saves our clients vital time and resources by meeting the full range of analytics preparation and review all within a single platform.”

About Ursa Health: Ursa Health is a healthcare innovation company pioneering how delivery systems, health plans, and employers 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.