DIGITAL HEALTHCARE, HEALTHCARE ANALYTICS
Businesswire | April 21, 2023
SYNERGEN Health, an industry-leading provider of technology-enabled revenue cycle services and solutions for healthcare organizations, and PreciseMDX, a technology provider offering best-in-class lab management software that empowers and connects labs, care providers, and patients, today announce their strategic partnership to provide laboratories and diagnostics with a seamless, end-to-end revenue cycle solution to bolster operational efficiencies, scalability, and growth. The collaboration between these two leading healthcare technology companies serves to enhance new and existing client relationships and drive long-term engagements.
PreciseMDX provides lab businesses with a streamlined digital experience for testing and population health management, creating a seamless consumer experience while enhancing business intelligence and reducing costs. Under the partnership, SYNERGEN Health's comprehensive revenue cycle management services will be integrated with PreciseMDX's enterprise Lab Business Management Solution (LBMS). Combined, SYNERGEN Health and PreciseMDX will drive measurable value for clients by implementing sustainable improvements that reduce costs, maximize cash flow, and enhance the patient-provider experience.
"Labs across the U.S. are suffering from a lack of RCM integration and automation capabilities. That, coupled with an increase in denials for missing information and prior authorization, uncovered an innovation gap in the market that we sought to address," said Duminda Gunawardena, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at SYNERGEN Health. "Together with PreciseMDX, we’re offering labs the best digital revenue cycle management solution in the market, capable of improving financial performance and focusing on delivering high-quality patient care. With our combined domain expertise, we are expanding our innovative service offerings to not only improve patient experiences but optimize the payer-provider relationship."
The SYNERGEN Health-PreciseMDX partnership addresses the challenges of data quality by automating the correction and completion of patient and insurance data. This enables labs of any size to reduce cumbersome manual tasks on the back end and streamline the revenue cycle management process while attracting new clients by improving the entire end-to-end lab diagnostic journey.
"We are thrilled to partner with SYNERGEN Health to support labs as they streamline their operations alongside an increasing demand for services," said Mark Dorner, Co-Founder and CEO of PreciseMDX. "With robust interoperability capabilities, PreciseMDX easily integrates with LIS, EHR, and revenue cycle systems like SYNERGEN to deliver real-time business metrics and KPIs to scale operationally regardless of case volumes."
About SYNERGEN Health
Founded in 2011, SYNERGEN Health is a pioneer in technology and data-driven revenue cycle transformation for the U.S. healthcare industry. SYNERGEN Health provides complete revenue cycle services, advanced analytics, payment solutions, machine learning, robotic process automation, consulting services, and other software solutions. SYNERGEN Health was named to the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. for the seventh time and has been recognized with recurring industry honors from leading organizations such as Gartner, KLAS and Becker. In 2023, SYNERGEN Health successfully completed the SOC 2® Plus HITRUST CSF, Type 1 audit furthering its dedication to cybersecurity and the highest standards of compliance.
FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE, HEALTHCARE ANALYTICS
Businesswire | April 24, 2023
SVP for Retail Health, Joanne Lomas-Braithwaite, is pleased to announce the partnership between REVIV Global and Randox Health.
Randox Health was established in 1982 and is the largest healthcare diagnostics company in the UK and Ireland. For over 40 years Randox have been focusing on the provision of timely and accurate proteomic and genomic testing to identify risk to health and promote preventative healthcare.
With personalised, private health packages designed to provide real-time insights on current health and future health risks, Randox Health’s nationwide network of clinics offer unique access to health data to help monitor and improve your health.
The exciting partnership is a first for Randox who will be offering REVIV’s therapies in their clinics alongside their own diagnostic testing. REVIV’s full menu of IV drip therapies and IM booster shots will be available for their customers to support their journey to optimize their wellness.
On REVIV partnering with Randox, David Ferguson, Chief Operating Officer, says: “Over the past few years, we've seen a dramatic change in people's behaviours as they seek to understand their health and wellbeing better. At Randox Health, we provide a range of specialised health packages that enable you to take control of your health.
“Our innovative diagnostic technologies can deliver hundreds of results to give you a comprehensive overview of your health and help detect the earliest signs of illness. Collaborating with REVIV is a natural next step, combining our world-class diagnostic services with REVIV signature IV therapies to help our customers protect their current and future health.”
Joanne Lomas-Braithwaite, SVP Retail Health, says: “We are thrilled about the future of our multi-unit Express partnership with Randox, a prominent figure in healthcare diagnostic testing. Through our new digital SaaS solution, Express, this collaboration will extend our goal of providing personalised nutrition experiences to our customers, with an increased accessibility to our customers through Randox's extensive clinic network.”
REVIV is a global leader in doctor-led preventative health services. Education sits at the very core of REVIV. We continually strive to raise awareness on the importance of preventative health and provide the public with the resources to be able to take control of their health. We were founded in 2010 by four doctors who experienced long, emotionally challenging hours in the emergency room. These experiences led them to the decision that the public needed to become aware of the importance of preventative health in protecting against illness & disease.
MEDICAL DEVICES, HEALTHCARE ANALYTICS
businesswire | May 15, 2023
Telemetrix, Piedmont Healthcare, and Remote Care Partners announced the launch of a new continuous care program designed to improve the quality and relevance of patient information collected through remote care devices.
In these still relatively early days of telehealth, remote patient data monitoring and collection can be imprecise. Healthcare providers are often flooded with more information than they need. In addition to sifting through the data sent from at-home care devices, providers must also navigate between cloud-based hubs and their patient’s electronic health records (EHR). This process is not only taxing, but time-consuming, making it harder for healthcare providers to provide efficient care.
The project that Telemetrix, Piedmont, and RCP are launching is an all-in-one program to streamline the continuous care process—facilitating a simpler exchange of information (interoperability) and more efficient system integration. The program combines Remote Patient Monitoring software from Telemetrix with devices, care management, and coaching provided by RCP. The program will begin at two Piedmont medical facilities and then roll out across Piedmont Health System. Backend support will be available to healthcare providers through RCP’s team of more than 70 registered nurse coaches.
“Healthcare practices are flooded with data,” says Gregg Smith, Chief Executive Officer of Remote Care Partners. “The objective of this program is to make continuous care more accessible for healthcare providers and patients alike.”
“Our combined platform with Telemetrix, Epic and Piedmont starts with a hub that collects device data from remote devices including scales, blood pressure cuffs, and glucose meters.”
Every step, from device ordering through data transfer, is fully integrated with Epic. Patient data is collected by RCP devices, encrypted and transferred securely through the cloud, and automatically populates a patient’s EHR. The entire process typically takes two minutes or less, ensuring healthcare providers have relevant patient data as soon as they need it.
“This platform is fully integrated into our provider workflow, so they don’t have to transition into other systems in order to provide care. From the patient perspective, they can see their information in the patient portal, so everything is integrated into their normal process,” commented Patrick Cossart, Piedmont Healthcare Director of Virtual Health.
This model not only improves short-term quality of care but long-term patient outcomes—reducing inconsistencies between results taken at home versus at the medical office and providing digital reminders for patients to take their medications. Importantly, Medicare compensates payors and practices for this service, as it reduces emergency room and doctor visits.
“Continuous care isn’t really possible in a doctor’s office with periodic visits, but it is made possible by the interoperability between home devices, the cloud, and the electronic health record,” explains Nancy Beale, PhD, RN-BC, Chief Nurse Executive/Chief Clinical Informatics Officer at Telemetrix. “Advancements in remote and continuous patient care are eliminating the need for every healthcare interaction to be in an office. Virtual care is evolving into interactive care, connecting the hospital to the home.”
About Piedmont Healthcare
At Piedmont, we deliver healthcare marked by compassion and sustainable excellence in a progressive environment, guided by physicians, delivered by exceptional professionals, and inspired by the communities we serve. Piedmont is a not-for-profit, community health system comprised of 22 hospitals and 37,00+ employees. Since the beginning, Piedmont has been a pioneer in patient care, fulfilling the health care needs of Atlanta residents and the surrounding communities. Today - more than 110 years since it was founded - Piedmont is known as a leading hospital system in cancer care, treatment of heart disease and organ transplantation.