$4M in savings from rationalizing various population health solutions 70% reduction in IT infrastructure cost by moving to a SaaS-based model. "When we first approached Innovaccer, we were looking for a digital hub to manage our Covid-19 response efforts. We quickly realized that Innovaccer could provide the connective fabric for our overall digital transformation strategy. We are now using the Innovaccer Health Cloud to unify patient data across multiple systems, simplify workflows across teams, and support our population health management strategy for more than one million lives. With Innovaccer’s solution, we are not only transforming patient care, but also driving significant savings in our IT operating expenses.” Julie F. Smith, Vice President of Clinical Applications at Banner Health
A leading U.S. health system struggled to streamline its billing and payment workflow for the new influx of virtual care visits.
A leading Accountable Community of Health (ACH) based in Pierce County, Washington, wanted to connect caregivers across numerous practice sites to close referral loops, improve care management and provide patients with a connected care experience.
PSW represents a network of over 500 providers and manages data from 23 different electronic health records for more than 21,700 beneficiaries. PSW wanted to deliver high-quality care and reduce avoidable ED visits by gaining complete network visibility so that clinicians could intervene before patients needed emergency care.
A leading healthcare delivery system with a bed capacity of more than 250, serving over 4,00,000 people with its primary and specialty care practice. The network aimed to leverage a full-fledged virtual care platform to connect its patients and providers and to revive its declining patient volume without increasing their risk of exposure to COVID-19.
A leading federally qualified health center (FQHC) providing care to the underserved segment of the community regardless of their ability to pay sought to improve engagement and facilitate better access to care.
A Fortune 50 employer directly contracted with a clinically integrated network (CIN) in central Florida to provide high-quality, affordable, and easy access to care to its employees. Read on to see how the employer was able to benefit from:
A leading health system with a multi-state presence in the Western United States, comprising approximately 30 acute care hospitals and other health entities, dealt with an ineffective resource management system.
A leading not-for-profit New York-based healthcare network with a bed capacity of more than 250 and over 400 affiliated physicians, aimed to enhance efficiency and increase revenue using real-time insights on a surgical workflow dashboard.
As much as clinicians and healthcare professionals wish to adopt patient relationship management solutions to help facilitate the focus on proactive, coordinated care, they are hampered by outdated technology environments and solutions.