We put health data to work.

 
 
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Freedman HealthCare is the national leader in All Payer Claims Database planning, governance, implementation, and oversight.

 

     Most APCD projects choose Freedman HealthCare as their partner.
They have good company.

 
 

Our clients deliver on the promise of health data. Freedman HealthCare brings expertise in quality and cost measurement, performance improvement, transparency, and population health management. 

Our clients include state health departments, non-profit organizations, health care providers, payers, purchasers, consumers and policymakers. We help them adopt policies and design programs that improve quality and lower costs.

 
 
 

Our Core Services


All Payer Claims Database

Actionable Data for States and Communities

Freedman HealthCare brings thought leadership, technical expertise, and project management to All Payer Claims Databases and Regional Health Improvement Collaboratives from Massachusetts to Hawaii.

Market Analytics

Analytics to Transform Care and Payments

Freedman HealthCare helps clients integrate new data sources, develop measures and use data for performance improvement, public reporting and payment reform. 
 

Market Analytics

Engaging Diverse Partners to Generate Impact  

Freedman HealthCare supports clients in forming strong partnerships with those who provide, pay for and use health care. FHC develops the processes and communications necessary for meaningful engagement and rapid progress.

 

From our APCD Journal


Tableau Acquires New "Natural Language" Software Company

With new purchase, Tableau hopes to support data analysts not interested in coding. The new tool will allow users to use simple commands for analytics. 

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New Report Looks at Percent of Total Cost Going to PCP Services

In the report, researchers suggest less than 10 percent of total dollars are being spent on primary care providers and treatments. 

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CMS Announces Plans to Ease Reporting Requirements for Providers

CMS Adminstrator Seema Verma wrote on the CMS blog that efforts to improve quality and rationalize payments are distracting from patient care. 

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What Our Clients Say