Improving patient outcomes just got easier
FOCUS (Filtered Outputs Curated for Usability + Simplicity) is the best way to quickly integrate the clinical data you need into your workflow. Reduce your implementation costs and accelerate timelines without having to specialize in C-CDA or FHIR.
FHIR data is transformed into a tabular format for maximum speed and flexibility.
Specialty Search adds a condition-oriented search to our standard geography-oriented RLS for a complete picture of health.
Leveraging clinical expertise, data is refined to the most relevant disease drivers and indicators.
Spend less time wrangling data
Healthcare data is vast! When presented with so much data, it can be hard to narrow down to exactly what you need, even resulting in analysis paralysis. Shift your focus to constructing more impactful treatment workflows for better patient care.
FOCUS is FHIR data simplified and curated into related datasets (like medications, encounters, and lab results) that highlight the key values needed to drive patient care.
A powerful API platform
300 million+ FHIR-enabled records
Patient records accessible in FHIR and C-CDA formats, straight from our API.
90%+ EMR coverage
Including Cerner, Greenway Health, Epic, athenahealth, GE Healthcare & more.
Our API has connections to 160K+ health systems, practices, and clinics in the US.
~90%+ Query Success Rate
We deliver the highest QSR in the industry with 135 records found for every successful query.
The value of FOCUS
FOCUS consists of FHIR resources grouped into related datasets (like medications, encounters, and lab results) that highlight the key values needed to drive patient care.
Data is then filtered for key drivers of a specific condition using clinically validated, code-based sets of labs (LOINC), diagnoses (ICD-10), procedures (CPT/HCPCS), and medications (RxNORM) to surface the information you need.
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Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. Metropolitan cardiac centers draw patients seeking care from across the country – further contributing to fragmented and siloed medical records that ultimately burden providers.
Ensure that your providers have access to all the information they need to develop the best possible treatment plan for your CHF patient population.
~90% of American adults with Type 2 Diabetes have at least two comorbid conditions. Effective care plans for diabetic patients depend on communication, coordination, and the flow of information between providers and care managers. But healthcare information systems are designed to store, not share data.
Despite the tremendous impact of GI on health, quality of life, and healthcare costs, GI disease management remains complex. Like many chronic disease states, one of the principal challenges to effective care planning and management is the fragmentation of patient care. Unfortunately, the web of multiple physicians often results in inadequate information sharing, communication, and coordination.
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) has a huge impact on population health. It’s the 10th leading cause of mortality in America, affecting 1 in 7 adults.
Why is it a challenge to exchange information on CKD patients? Medical records for these polychronic patients are siloed across different EHRs. By getting timely and accurate data, patient care teams can coordinate CKD management.
MSK conditions are the number one U.S. healthcare cost and affect more than 1 out of every 2 adults. Managing MSK pain is challenging, and traditional surgical and prescription medication treatments have high risks of complications and additional downstream costs.
Let’s tackle MSK – the number one healthcare cost in the U.S. – with patient-centered, collaborative care.
Respiratory medicine is multifaceted, making it hard to improve chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) outcomes. Despite advances in treatment, the cost of addressing COPD for 29 million Americans has risen to $49 billion per year.
Clinicians just aren’t equipped to coordinate COPD care journeys alone. Giving them data-driven care management tools can reduce hospitalizations, and improve patient quality of life.
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“Access to clinical documents and discharge summaries provide context enabling our pharmacists to make clearer, more meaningful recommendations to patients and their providers. Working with Particle Health allows us to explore new ways to leverage data for the benefit of patients and we always feel heard by the customer success team.”
Matt Benedon, Cureatr