Inc. and the AAMC (Association
of American Medical Colleges) have launched the Clinical
Practice Solutions Center (CPSC), an analytics platform for insights
that help drive efficiency for academic and community practice
organizations. CPSC is the only solution that provides physician
practices with actionable, comparative data and collaborative
intelligence to build a patient-focused, data-driven organization.
The CPSC — formerly known as the Faculty Practice Solutions Center
(FPSC), which only served academic practices — leverages the 20-year
partnership between Vizient and the AAMC. In addition to changing the
name, the enhanced platform expands the types of providers served to
include community-based physician practices as well as academic
practices, providing users with access to powerful analytic tools, peer
collaboration and advisory services to measure, monitor and drive
efficiency for clinical and financial performance.
“We are excited to launch the Clinical Practice Solutions Center with
its enhanced suite of analytics and tools. The changes were based on
input from members and demonstrate our commitment to support improvement
in practice design and the delivery of high-value care by aligning cost,
quality and market performance. By expanding the focus of the CPSC to
now include community practices, the richness of insight we’re able to
provide will also expand,” said David
Levine, MD, group senior vice president, advanced analytics and
product management for Vizient.
“The Clinical Practice Solutions Center is a unique tool that is poised
to bring efficiency and value to physician practices and ultimately
improve patient care,” said Atul Grover, MD, PhD, AAMC executive vice
CPSC is more than a database. It is a provider and practice analytics
solution that gives practice plan administrators and clinical leaders
the insights to monitor and improve patient access and performance at
the specialty, subspecialty and provider level. The solution can be
utilized by individual practice providers to better understand:
Practice health: monitors physician productivity, identifies capacity
constraints and analyzes service mix.
Patient access: highlights how current physician practice performance
aligns to future service line strategies.
Patient outcomes: interprets quality and efficiency reports using
“The AAMC and Vizient have had a long and productive partnership. We are
thrilled to have worked together to take the Clinical Practice Solutions
Center to an even higher level and look forward to the benefits that
will accrue for all of our members now and as we move into the future,”
said Janis Orlowski, MD, AAMC chief health care officer.
“We are pleased to continue our long partnership with the AAMC and
expand the solutions we offer. Having immediate access to key practice
health metrics is essential to lowering costs while also improving
patient access and outcomes,” said Colleen
Risk, chief people officer for Vizient.
About Vizient, Inc.
Inc. provides solutions and services that improve the delivery of
high-value care by aligning cost, quality and market performance for
more than 50% of the nation’s acute care providers, which includes 95%
of the nation’s academic medical centers, and more than 20% of
ambulatory providers. Vizient provides expertise, analytics and advisory
services, as well as a contract portfolio that represents more than $100
billion in annual purchasing volume, to improve patient outcomes and
lower costs. Vizient has earned a World’s Most Ethical Company
designation from the Ethisphere Institute every year since its
inception. Headquartered in Irving, Texas, Vizient has offices
throughout the United States. Learn more at www.vizientinc.com.
About the AAMC
The AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges) is a not-for-profit
association dedicated to transforming health care through innovative
medical education, cutting-edge patient care, and groundbreaking medical
research. Its members are all 154 accredited U.S. and 17 accredited
Canadian medical schools; nearly 400 major teaching hospitals and health
systems, including 51 Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers;
and more than 80 academic societies. Through these institutions and
organizations, the AAMC serves the leaders of America’s medical schools
and teaching hospitals and their more than 173,000 full-time faculty
members, 89,000 medical students, 129,000 resident physicians, and more
than 60,000 graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in the
biomedical sciences. For more information, visit www.aamc.org.