Revolutionary. Intuitive. High performing.

The world’s first healthcare financial decision analytics platform, built from the ground up in the cloud.

Find out why you need to, and how you can, transform your health system’s approach to cost containment.

 

Transformation is more than an industry buzzword. It’s a must for those organizations that intend to succeed. Learn the five key pillars you need to have in place to drive change and take control of your path to success and profitability.
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Face the challenge of value-based care with confidence.

The complex challenge of delivering quality healthcare while making wise business decisions requires powerful tools, and EPSi is the choice of top healthcare systems around the country. EPSi has the industry’s largest install base of financial decision support and budgeting solutions for healthcare systems. With us, you can face the challenges of value-based care, bundled payments, and other financial challenges with confidence.
EPSi changed the landscape of healthcare financial analytics when it launched its first solution in 1999. Since then, hundreds of healthcare systems have saved or recovered tens of millions of dollars. We are dedicated to staying on the cutting edge of the industry, so you can respond to industry shifts with the right financial decisions. That’s why we built RealCost.

Why Choose EPSi

Integrated Data

One fully-integrated database, to bring data together for end-to-end decision support, premium visualization and analytics capabilities, and a seamless experience.

True Cloud Technology

Built from the ground up using Amazon Web Services, so you get all the benefits of a true cloud-based application.

Advanced Analytics

Embedded analytics that allow you to analyze and visualize hospital, provider, and clinical data to drive change throughout the organization.

Market Innovation

The only partner in the industry transforming the way healthcare finance decisions get made, with innovations like rolling forecasting at the sub-account level and the move toward real-time and predictive capabilities.

Our Clients

Join those who already see benefits from EPSi’s integrated approach.

957

Hospitals in the U.S.

128

IDN systems

9

of the top 10 U.S. hospital systems*

40

Academic medical centers

Each service line has its own LOS, utilization and per-patient cost targets. Breaking it into smaller pieces makes it more actionable. Even when you take into consideration that short-term stays are disappearing, LOS is still dropping.

EPSi reports have made all the difference in terms of assessing quality of care in this fragile population...It got us started on the macro-view, which has allowed for a more recent micro-assessment of quality in this population.

Helen Currier, Texas Children’s HospitalDirector of Renal and Pheresis Services

We’re not just a provider-centric hospital anymore. We’re an integrated delivery system that’s a next-gen ACO with a provider entity and a financing entity. We need the data to give us the true enterprise picture we need.

Dan Carpenter, UnityPoint HealthRegional Vice President, Chief Strategy & Financial Officer

We have a lot of patients who have been with us since they were tiny babies. They have lifelong conditions that require special care as they grow...EPSi runs a report of inpatients who are over the age of
17, so we can build relationships with clinicians who will care for them when they go out into the community.

Mary Watson, Texas Children’s HospitalSenior Decision Support Analyst

EPSi’s ability to have our budgeting and cost accounting data on the same platform and then leverage it through the dashboards has been a real game-changer for us.

Joe Fernandez, University Health SystemExecutive Director of Financial Decision Support

The use of the information that comes from EPSi is quite significant and widespread across our organization.

Dan Carpenter, UnityPoint HealthRegional Vice President, Chief Strategy & Financial Officer

Knowing how your service lines are performing each day is a ‘must’ to survive these tight economic times in healthcare.

Bill Phillips, University Health SystemChief Information Officer

Each service line has its own LOS, utilization and per-patient cost targets. Breaking it into smaller pieces makes it more actionable. Even when you take into consideration that short-term stays are disappearing, LOS is still dropping.

EPSi reports have made all the difference in terms of assessing quality of care in this fragile population...It got us started on the macro-view, which has allowed for a more recent micro-assessment of quality in this population.

Helen Currier, Texas Children’s HospitalDirector of Renal and Pheresis Services

We’re not just a provider-centric hospital anymore. We’re an integrated delivery system that’s a next-gen ACO with a provider entity and a financing entity. We need the data to give us the true enterprise picture we need.

Dan Carpenter, UnityPoint HealthRegional Vice President, Chief Strategy & Financial Officer

We have a lot of patients who have been with us since they were tiny babies. They have lifelong conditions that require special care as they grow...EPSi runs a report of inpatients who are over the age of
17, so we can build relationships with clinicians who will care for them when they go out into the community.

Mary Watson, Texas Children’s HospitalSenior Decision Support Analyst

EPSi has enabled us to level the playing field when we negotiate with payers. Now we’re bringing as good or better data to the table than they are.

Michael Piagentini, Robert Wood Johnson University HospitalManager, Financial and Data Analytics

EPSi’s ability to have our budgeting and cost accounting data on the same platform and then leverage it through the dashboards has been a real game-changer for us.

Joe Fernandez, University Health SystemExecutive Director of Financial Decision Support

The use of the information that comes from EPSi is quite significant and widespread across our organization.

Dan Carpenter, UnityPoint HealthRegional Vice President, Chief Strategy & Financial Officer

Knowing how your service lines are performing each day is a ‘must’ to survive these tight economic times in healthcare.

Bill Phillips, University Health SystemChief Information Officer