2012 was a remarkable year for innovation and customer success.
Simsbury, CT (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
eVariant, a leading healthcare communications and data integration company, today announced that its revenues increased in 2012, marking a fourth consecutive year of substantial growth for the company.
“2012 was a remarkable year for innovation and customer success, both key factors in our overall growth,” said William Moschella, CEO of eVariant. “We’re focused exclusively in the healthcare market, and a core part of our business model is to develop new features and products that address current and emerging needs specifically for healthcare. In 2012, this included new tools to assess physician referral patterns and model at-risk patients”.
eVariant’s product suite helps hospitals and healthcare systems better manage their patient and provider relationships, while also making it possible to connect their marketing, business development and strategic planning efforts to measure return on investments.
Notes Moschella, “Given how much the industry is in flux, particularly with changes in healthcare consumerism and provider referral patterns, it’s critical to be able to maneuver quickly as challenges and opportunities arise. Our HealthConnect platform is designed to be flexible, scalable and to provide a comprehensive set of solutions for healthcare provider communications, marketing, patient navigation and claims analytics.”
"We announced our expanded HealthConnect Data and Analytics suite at a major conference mid-year and several of the top IDN and AMCs have, as a result, chosen to work with us.” Moschella said. “We are excited to partner with leading organizations to deliver the future of healthcare communications and analytics.”
eVariant integrates healthcare marketing products, business data and analytics onto one platform, so healthcare organizations can identify market opportunities, measure marketing campaigns against reportable ROI and improve patient and physician engagement. The company is headquartered in Simsbury, Connecticut.