The firm’s flagship healthcare offering, VBPMaster™, is a complete PHM solution which requires no hardware installation; it is a subscription service with a low monthly fee. “Our interface is so simple that customers can get reports to their order with minimal clicks—no IT wizards or biostatisticians required,” elucidates Reinecke. VBPMaster gathers the data, a provider needs to manage the population proactively and analyzes it in terms of relevant payer, and internal provider metrics. The results are presented in a way that the provider can easily visualize, and GeoDD can customize the interface dashboards based on provider input. “When the data reveals a problem, our ‘bundled’ consultants are available to help the customer find the solution,” states Reinecke.
Our interface is so simple that customers can get reports to their order with minimal clicks
Reinecke described a use case in which a hospital in Pennsylvania needed to improve its COPD care process. It reached out to patients individually through care management programs, guiding them on using their inhalers properly. In spite of all this, the hospital still had many “Mystery Readmits” and was unable to identify the cause. VBPMaster consultants conducted a series of analyses which found that the patients lived close to an interstate highway that bisected the hospital’s service area. The highway had a lot of diesel traffic, and the trucks emitted fine particulates that could trigger an exacerbation. “Armed with this knowledge, the hospital could work with patients to minimize their exposure to the particulates,” Reinecke notes. “Patients could be asked to conduct all their business outside before 10 am. Patients could be transported to a community center located away from the highway when air quality deteriorated.”
Currently, GeoDD is focused on increasing the customer base of VBPMaster. The company is also planning to enhance the solution for use in other industry verticals. “We will continue to build relationships, think innovatively, be agile, and blend data and people to make better decisions,” concludes Reinecke.