Wellcentive Brings Innovation to the IHE Connectathon with Responsible Population Health Management and Data Analytics
Wellcentive continues to lead the market in Responsible Population Health Management and Data Analytics solutions
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
Wellcentive, an industry leader in population health management and data analytics solutions, participated in the 2013 IHE North America Connectathon held in Chicago earlier this month.
Each year, 500 of the HIT industry's top engineers gather for the largest interoperability testing event in the U.S., and Wellcentive was honored to help lead and share its integration and interfacing experience with its colleagues at other organizations. The Connectathon promotes the adoption of IHE standards-based interoperability in commercially available health care IT systems. During the event, participating companies tested the ability of their technologies to connect and securely exchange information with other suppliers.
Wellcentive connected with a range of EHR, HIE, LIS and HIS vendors at the event in keeping with the company’s commitment to be the most flexible and capable vendor to quickly help its customers aggregate clinical and administrative data for population health management workflows.
Said Kirk Elder, Wellcentive Chief Technology Officer, “We are committed to interoperability and solving our clients’ challenges when dealing with disparate technologies. The Wellcentive solutions are engineered to rapidly adapt to the interoperability variances in the marketplace so that our customers achieve lightning quick return on investment. Additionally, as a leader in population health management and data analytics with over 1,600 deployed interfaces processing over 100 Million data points per month, a major reason to attend was to continually educate the market on the requirements that drive responsible population health management.”
By participating in Connectathon and meeting with other leading healthcare companies, Wellcentive continues to remain on the leading-edge of technological advancements that will enable their clients to employ population health management and data analytics to improve both clinical and financial outcomes.
Added Elder, “It all boils down to “speed-to-value” for our clients. The best implementation model for them is plug and play interfaces, and it all starts with interoperability.”
For more information about Wellcentive, visit http://www.wellcentive.com
Wellcentive delivers physician-facing, end-to-end population health management solutions that help clients improve both clinical and financial outcomes. Wellcentive's cloud-based, scalable, customizable Advance™ solution enables comprehensive population health management with industry-leading point of care, risk assessment, predictive modeling, care management, and automated patient outreach tools. Wellcentive’s proprietary interfacing platform aggregates and normalizes clinical and administrative data from disparate sources, including EMRs, local and national labs, e-Rx, PMS, health systems, payers, HIEs, and data warehouses. Wellcentive transforms this actionable data into meaningful information that enables preventive care, evidence-based disease management, population health management, physician alignment, clinical integration, and participation in reimbursement programs that include Pay-for-Performance, PCMH, Meaningful Use, PQRS, and Accountable Care.
Thousands of providers and their organizations use Wellcentive solutions to deliver high-quality, cost-effective care for millions of patients. Wellcentive’s industry-leading interfacing platform has more than 1,600 live interfaces and exchanges millions of messages every week with a wide variety of local and national interfacing partners. Wellcentive’s clients include some of the most prestigious physician groups, physician organizations, health information exchanges, professional organizations, and employer groups in the country.
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