Solution enables providers to achieve maximum benefits from CMS' BPCI Advanced initiative.
Alldus International’s AI Mentors podcast features artificial intelligence leaders and data scientists from around the world, sharing their stories, successes and advice. Host Mark Kelley was joined on Episode 11 of AI Mentors by our very own Charlie Berg.
We are proud to announce that Avant-garde Health has been named by FierceHealthcare as one of the 2019 Fierce 15 companies, designating it as one of the most promising health care companies in the industry.
2018 was an exciting year for the Avant-garde Health family. Our team contributed to a number of journal publications, and our customers were featured in national media, making headlines for our joint efforts to champion value-based care. Join us in looking back at some highlights from 2018, through the following news and thought leadership publications.
We invite you to join us at 2pm EST on Tuesday, November 7th for a webinar event with special guest Lisa Wied, MBA, administrative vice president, Gundersen Health System.
We welcomed an outstanding group of innovators and thought leaders to Boston’s Battery Wharf Hotel for Avant-garde Health’s fourth annual Value Improvement Summit. The two-day event consisted of presentations, panel discussions and breakout sessions focused on driving change and value in health care. Here are just a handful of our key takeaways.
The transformation of health care to a value-based model of care has allowed for the rise of smaller, more agile health care IT platforms that can respond to niche needs introduced by alternative payment and care delivery models as noted in a new Healthcare Informatics article.
A newly published article in Renal and Urology explores the evidence-based tactics used to increase revenue and shares insights from Avant-garde Health Founder and CEO Derek Haas and references an additional article he co-authored in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Amol Navathe, a professor of medicine and health policy at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine and contributor to the development of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) hip and knee bundled payments, recently discussed the successes of this model on the Knowledge@Wharton podcast.
An article this week in the New York Times entitled “Medical Mystery: Something Happened to U.S. Health Spending After 1980” shines a light on rising health care costs and the suggested reasons why America is dealing with escalating challenge.