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Population-level Research | Disease Management | Practice Analytics
Clinical Practice | Clinical Research | Public Health
“Epividian never fails to impress. You can say I said that and you can use me in your advertising.” – Michael Wohlfeiler, JD, MD, Chief Medical Officer, AIDS Healthcare Foundation
The CHORUS service enhances the doctor-patient relationship by helping doctors spend more quality time with patients. CHORUS transforms your existing EHR data into new, meaningful information and actionable insights.
- Better care with analytics and disease management for HIV, HCV and other chronic diseases
- Improve patient outcomes with quality metrics and health scores that highlight gaps in care
- Improve caregiver performance with anonymous OPERA benchmarking
- Quickly identify patients for outreach and for studies
The OPERA® database and research network (Observational Pharmaco-Epidemiology Research & Analysis) is a multi-site observational database built from the complete patient health records managed in Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems from more than 400 participating caregivers across 55 U.S. cities.
Meet patients where they are.
Connect with patients using Ensemble® mobile app and gain deeper insights into the patient journey.
Gather behavioral trends through richly detailed and real-time data. Engage patients with timely and targeted surveying and patient education to positively impact care.Contact Us about Ensemble®
MAESTRO is an adverse event management solution for pharmacovigilance departments of biopharma organizations. It provides a proactive, real time analysis of adverse events and evaluation of safety signals.Contact Us about MAESTRO
Both the Epividian technology platform and observational database program have been utilized by many physicians, epidemiologists and researchers to produce numerous papers, abstracts and presentations.
Next event: The 23rd International Workshop on HIV and Hepatitis Observational Databases (IWHOD) – Athens, Greece | March 28 – 30, 2019
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