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Population Health Management Weekly Wrap Up 11/15/15

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Evolent Health announces Q3 results: adjusted revenue up 45 percent, adjusted EPS –$0.16 vs. –$0.31. Shares rose 13 percent on the news, but are still down 20 percent from their first day of trading in June.

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Los Angeles-based IPC Healthcare acquires Amity Health, a post-acute services provider in Wichita, KS, for an undisclosed sum. “Amity’s focus on post-acute services will help complement and broaden our capabilities for population health management in the Wichita area, where IPC has had an established presence since 2013,” says R. Jeffrey Taylor, IPC’s president and COO. “With the Amity acquisition, we will be adding several additional post-acute facilities and clinicians to IPC’s footprint in the market."

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The University of Mississippi Medical Center selects remote care management solutions, data analytics, and application integration services from Intel-GE Care Innovations. The five-year deal builds on the existing partnership between the two organizations, which operate the Center for Telehealth as part of Mississippi’s Diabetes Telehealth Network.

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OSF HealthCare, an 11-hospital system in  signs a five-year supply chain solutions and services agreement with Premier Inc. in support of its transition to population health management.

ApolloMed will leverage Helynx’s analytics engine to identify high-risk patients and potential hospital costs within its ACO and Maverick IPA.

XG Health Solutions launches XGLearn, an educational platform for population health management that uses approaches developed by Geisinger Health System.

Here’s the recording of Thursday’s webinar titled “Top Predictions for Population Health Management in 2016 and Beyond,” sponsored by Medecision.


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