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Ambulatory Care Sensitive Vectors

Providers are using Jvion’s Cognitive Clinical Success Machine to stop avoidable admissions and drive primary prevention of potentially avoidable conditions. The machine does so much more than simply identifying high-risk individuals. It finds the people within the community who are on a trajectory toward a potentially avoidable event and provides guidance on the actions that will lead to a better outcome.

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Ambulatory Care Primary Prevention
The Jvion machine outperforms CT Angiograms and stress tests in identifying patients at risk of a heart attack within the next 12 months.
Ambulatory Care Avoidable Admissions
The Cognitive Clinical Success Machine is being applied to stop avoidable ER and inpatient admissions and lower instances of unreimbursed ER care v...
Ambulatory Care Sensitive Vectors
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    New frontiers in cognitive technology are providing hope and opportunities for suicide prevention and intervention we couldn’t have imagined even a few years ago.   Continue
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    The cognitive machine and the Jvion Major Depression Vector are shining an unprecedented light on entire patient populations, identifying depression risk and intervention for those who previously m...   Continue
  • Cognitive Technology Gives Hope in the Fight Against Opioid Addiction

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    Emergency departments become the primary care provider for many who are unable to access and/or lack the resources needed to secure a regular primary care physician.   Continue
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    Using the Cognitive Clinical Success Machine, we are changing the way we identify and prevent sepsis to shift it from one of secondary care to primary prevention. Here is how.   Continue
  • A Cognitive Solution to the Problem of No-Shows

    Estimates are that anywhere from 14-50% of primary care appointments are no-shows — instances where patients fail to attend an appointment, arrive too late, or cancel an appointment on too short of...   Continue
  • Chronic Condition Management Through Cognitive Machines

    As our population ages and chronic conditions are compounded, managing individuals with one or multiple illnesses will take an even more central role.   Continue
 
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