Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 15, 2013
Atlanta-based Jvion, developer of leading ICD-10 risk, ICD-10 conversion, and provider waste identification and reduction technology solutions, ended the third quarter of 2013 by shattering industry growth records and projections. In less than 15 months, the company extended its previous record by expanding its portfolio to 100 new provider enterprise clients. This stellar growth has fueled hiring and expansion for the company, and has positioned Jvion as a significant player in the booming Atlanta healthcare industry.
Throughout 2013, Jvion worked to advance healthcare’s understanding of ICD-10 and develop solutions to meet the challenges brought about by the transition. They received multiple honors and speaking opportunities from prominent organizations such as HIMSS, AHIMA, and HFMA for their work and contributions to the provider segment of the industry. Most recently, Jvion was selected to lead the HIMSS ICD-10 Symposium, part of the HIMSS 2014 conference, which is expected to draw hundreds of attendees and deliver tangible ICD-10 tools that will help providers as they work to meet the October 2014 compliance deadline.
As part of its ongoing success, Jvion also grew its research and development team to drive advancements in solutions that help providers with multiple areas of revenue risk identification and better disease management by leveraging new and advanced technologies. Included in this process was the release of the Bonobo Big Data Platform, which serves as the engine underlying their entire ICD-10 software suite and other predictive analytic solutions. Jvion plans to continue this expansion throughout 2014 and drive the development of Big Data and machine learning offerings that help address healthcare waste and protect provider revenues.
“As the first vendor to recognize, quantify, and address ICD-10’s financial impact, we have always been focused on developing affordable, accessible solutions that help providers address ICD-10’s risk,” said Jvion’s CEO Shantanu Nigam. “Now, after years of research and investment and the broad market acceptance of our big data platform powered solutions, we are well positioned to help providers reduce the financial waste and risk brought about by ongoing industry mandates and compliance activities. We expect our current growth path to extend into 2014 and beyond as providers move past ICD-10 and begin to realize and extend the value of their data.”
To learn more about Jvion and the firm’s ICD-10 code conversion solutions, please visit jvion.com.
Jvion is a healthcare technology company addressing the financial and operational impacts resulting from mandated reforms and compliance activities. We offer a suite of Big Data-enabled software solutions to reduce the financial impact and burden of the ICD-10 conversion, and help providers protect their revenues from increased financial waste associated with mandated changes and increased payor scrutiny. Please visit Jvion’s website at jvion.com for more information.