Healthcare Insider is an amazing industry resource. They tap into the most pressing topics facing healthcare today and bring in experts who inform and move the conversation forward.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
Atlanta-based Healthcare Insider will broadcast live at HFMA ANI from the Jvion booth #1012. The online news outlet will interview key healthcare industry insiders on Monday, June 23rd during exhibit hall hours. Attendees are invited to stop by the booth to watch the live interviews and participate in interactive events during the show.
Planned interviewees range from current HFMA leadership to clinicians, and from hospital executives to companies providing innovative solutions for today’s biggest healthcare challenges. Topics will cover multiple aspects of healthcare finance management including ICD-10, predictive analytics, and current data trends within the industry. All interviews will stream live at http://thehcinsider.com and will trend on #ANI2014.
“Healthcare Insider is an amazing industry resource. They tap into the most pressing topics facing healthcare today and bring in experts who inform and move the conversation forward,” said Todd Schlesinger, Jvion VP of Business Development. “This is the second time we have been honored to host the Healthcare Insider team. Listeners can expect an amazing line up at HFMA ANI.”
Jvion started is a clinical algorithms company focused on improving patient lives by changing the way healthcare is delivered. Our model leverages advanced statistics and machine intelligence to predict events that happen within a hospital. We transform these events into the clinical and financial use cases that comprise our solution. Through our predictive capabilities, hospitals can prevent disease through real-time analytics; aggregate risk to understand population health threats from a patient-level risk perspective; predict and prevent potential reimbursement losses, and understand enterprise and clinical performance relative to industry peers. These insights are enabling providers to better prioritize care efforts, target interventions, and focus patient care so that health outcomes are improved and waste is reduced.