Customers

Improving Quality & Outcomes

The leaders in community health are successful in aggregating and organizing clinical, claims, operational, risk and financial data to quantitatively demonstrate the value and efficacy of their care. By centralizing and working as a team, health centers will operate from a position of strength. Centers who are using Azara DRVS to measure, report, and transform their practices are well on their way to improving care for their patients and community and remaining viable in the era of value-based payment.

Health Centers on DRVS
Reports Generated
Health Centers in 31 States
34M Total Lives
63M Annual Encounters

Success Stories

Client-Boston-HealthNet

Boston HealthNet Improves Community Health with Informatics and Patient Engagement

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Lynn Community Health

Lynn Community Health Center Recognized as a Million Hearts Hypertension Control Champion Using DRVS and Improved Workflows to Achieve Blood Pressure Control for 80% of Patients

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CHCNYS

DRVS Visit Planning Implementation Propels New York Community Health Center Practice Transformation

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Customer Videos

Hear directly from Azara customers on how Azara DRVS has helped their health centers improve care quality and team collaboration. Once health canter teams have access to actionable health data and can analyze it in a meaningful way, improvements happen!

User Groups

There are currently Azara DRVS User Groups in three states – MA, MO, and NY – with other groups organizing across the US.

The Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers has created its own working group – The Community Health Information Association (CHIA). While not formally related to Azara Healthcare, this organization chaired by the Mass League is also a place for discussion and advocacy for Community Health Center data and information issues in a product agnostic forum.

DRVS Clinical

Improvement Examples

A sample of improvements Azara customers are experiencing at their health centers.

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