Open Data Intelligence Service enriching patient data
ODIS provides members with claims-based insights that help them personalize service to patients in value-based contracts. ODIS reports are built upon claims data that has been enriched with open datasets and analytic methodologies.
WorkbookThe Workbook includes information on patient attribution, network utilization, and “hot-spotter” segmentation, among other topics prioritized by the membership.
Open MethodologiesUnlike traditional proprietary (“black box”) analytic services, all of our models and reports are open, transparent and available for reuse like the dynamic bundle generator above.
Claims based patient centric health APIs and developer portal
NavHealth is transforming claims data into a RESTful API and deploying a Developer Portal to offer trusted developers secure access to ODIS insights and patient data via the FHIR standard.
Universal Secure AccessAPI-based access allows ACOs to deliver patient care messages across call centers, websites & mobile apps, and registration desks.
Extend ApplicationsCare networks can inexpensively extend existing fragmented workflow applications to include patient insights by using the API.
FHIR StandardNavHealth is actively participating in the Argonaut Project sprint cycles to support access to frequently used data elements.
Meet our Team
Aneesh Chopra (President)
Chopra is the co-founder and EVP of Hunch Analytics, a “hatchery” incubating ideas that improve the productivity of health and education markets, including NavHealth, an open data intelligence service. He serves as a Member of the Council on Virginia’s Future and in 2015, served as the inaugural Walter Shorenstein Media and Democracy Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. In 2011, Chopra was named to Modern Healthcare's list of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare and in 2008, to Government Technology magazine's Top 25 in their Doers, Dreamers, and Drivers issue.
Upon his departure as US CTO, President Obama noted, "As the federal government's first Chief Technology Officer, Aneesh Chopra did groundbreaking work to bring our government into the 21st century. Aneesh found countless ways to engage the American people using technology, from electronic health records for veterans, to expanding access to broadband for rural communities, to modernizing government records. His legacy of leadership and innovation will benefit Americans for years to come, and I thank him for his outstanding service."
Chopra earned his master's degree in public policy from Harvard University in 1997 and his bachelor's degree from The Johns Hopkins University in 1994.