Health Information Management
If you are looking for a complete health data management solution for your organization, we can tailor a project from beginning to end to meet your unique medical data management needs.
ORAU provides complete lifecycle health services, from pre-hire to retirement/former worker status. Coupled with the integration of ongoing personal or area-based exposure surveillance data and health screening, this creates a comprehensive solution.
Our achievements in the challenging realm of electronic medical records management reflect the strength of our expertise, reliability and integrity—qualities that will be of invaluable benefit to you as we provide unique solutions.
When seeking solutions to your unique information technology needs, you want to work with a company that has a comprehensive understanding of database design, programming, data linkage and integrity as well as expertise in the execution and maintenance of health and epidemiologic information systems.
What we do
- Data analytics
- Reporting and visualization
- Data collection/acquisition
- Application development and integration
- Migrating current or historical records to electronic systems
Worker health data solutions
We offer an extensive history of creating and managing health data registries and complete health data solutions for both current and historical workers. With our proven track record, we can tailor a project from beginning to end for your organization’s unique medical data management needs—no matter if it includes thousands of workers or just a handful.
We have managed health registries and complete health data solutions for a number of federal agencies and organizations, such as DOE, NRC, CDC, OSHA, EPA and NIH. Here are a few examples:
National Supplemental Screening Program
Through the National Supplemental Screening Program or NSSP—managed by ORAU since 2005—DOE provides exposure-based, medical screenings to former energy workers. Eligible workers include those from eight DOE sites and sites with no other assigned DOE Former Worker Program (FWP) as well as FWP-referral participants living outside their screening area.
More than 21,000 eligible workers have participated in these screenings that are designed to identify certain occupational diseases such as respiratory illnesses or cancer. These tests also made more than 85 percent of those participating in the program aware of previously undiagnosed, yet addressable, non-occupational health conditions, such as elevated blood sugar or blood pressure.