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Population Health Management Weekly Wrap Up 12/6/15

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Healthwise launches Behavior Change Navigator to help care managers and population health programs to better identify and support patients going through behavior changes.

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Denver-based population health startup Welltok closes a $45 million funding round and acquires patient engagement technology vendor Silverlink for an undisclosed price. Lt. Dan provides the full story at HIStalk Connect.

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Family Health Center (MI) selects the i2iTracks population health management tool from i2iSystems for implementation across its seven locations in Kalamazoo County. The FQHC will initially use the technology to  improve perinatal patient monitoring, and multiple HEDIS measures including appropriate medications for asthmatics and adolescents on multiple anti-psychotic meds.

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University of Chicago Medicine (IL) chooses Valence Health to support its clinically integrated network, with a particular focus on identifying patient populations based on conditions, gaps in care per clinical performance guidelines, and lab results.

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Harbin Clinic, Georgia’s largest privately owned, multispecialty physician group, implements population health management solutions from Lightbeam Health Solutions, including data warehousing, risk stratification, analytics, care management, and quality measurement optimization.

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Broward Health (FL) expands its relationship with Cerner by selecting its HealtheIntent population health management and patient engagement tool. The health system, already a Cerner Millenium client, has also selected the company’s Readmission Prevention tool.

Radiology Associates of Canton and its RadHelp consulting and population health management company (OH) merge with Radiology Partners, the largest on-site radiology group in the US. The groups plan to work together to develop radiology’s role in leading population health management initiatives.

India-based healthcare software vendor Indegene Lifesystems expects to hit $250 million in annual revenue by 2020 and plans to go public within 2-4 years. The company says it will announce an acquisition in the next few days and is also in acquisition talks with an unnamed population health management analytics company.


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JenniferMr. H, Lorre, Dr. Jayne, Dr. Gregg, Lt. Dan

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