The American Health Data Institute (AHDI) is a data warehouse and targeted utilization management partner that combines all the necessary elements for controlling healthcare costs from both the demand and supply side of the healthcare equation. AHDI is a member of The Key Family of Companies. AHDI utilizes information provided by the employer including medical claims data, eligibility records and pharmacy as the source data. The AHDI data warehouse utilizes very sophisticated software to analyze the variances, cost drivers, cost trends and other significant clinical and financial factors that influence the costs of a health plan. Ordinary claims data is transformed into powerful, actionable intelligence.
EZViewSM is the newest generation of business intelligence software. With the “click” of a button any question can be answered and then displayed in a variety of graphic layouts.
Chronic Disease Management
We track and benchmark 27 different chronic diseases and utilize Healthcare Navigator™ Nurses trained in Motivational Interviewing to coach those identified with chronic disease with long term behavioral change.
The physician profiling program analyzes practice patterns, the delivery of post-primary preventive care services and the cost efficiency index of individual providers.
RealTimeSolutions offers an innovative suite of products designed to address the unique needs of our clients through actionable data that drives intelligent decisions.
The American Health Data Institute has created all the necessary tools for the healthcare delivery system to transform their current operation of caring for the sick to one that promotes health for communities.
Case Management Utilization Review
AHDI's Medical Management services include Utilization Review and Case Management.
Our reporting package finds all the variances of a health plan that drive healthcare costs.
The Proactive Health Management Plan provides FICA savings today, and can reverse declining employee health which may reduce medical spending and allow employers to enhance benefit offerings at a surprisingly affordable cost to employees and employers – virtually zero. These long-term impacts can allow both self- and fully-insured groups to see a reduction in claims utilization.