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An estimated 6.7% of the U.S. population suffers from at least one major depressive episode each year. Unfortunately, only 35% of patients with severe symptoms see a mental health provider and approximately 20% receive care consistent with current guidelines. Jvion’s Major Depression Vector is designed to improve the rate at which patients with major depression are diagnosed and provided access to treatment from the best resources. The machine identifies the risk of a patient experiencing a major depressive episode within the next six months. This includes the medical and socioeconomic factors that are driving the individual’s risk. Recommendations are provided, which focus on screening, referrals, and overcoming individual barriers to treatment.

Suicide is a leading cause of death in all age groups; for individuals age 15-34 only unintended injury ranks higher. Between 1999 and 2014, the per capita rate of suicide increased 24%. More than 44,000 people died due to suicide in 2015. Jvion’s Suicide/Self-harm Vector helps tackle this growing problem by identifying those most at risk of having an emergency department or inpatient visit due to self-harm, suicidal ideation, suicide attempt, or suicide in the next six months. Recommendations focus on screening and matching patients with the most effective resources on an individual level.


CarolinaEast, a 350 bed, multi-facility healthcare provider serving Coastal Carolina, chose Jvion to support the organization’s quality and patient health outcome goals. The firm’s Cognitive Clinical Success Machine will be applied to reduce risk across the provider’s population both inside and outside the hospital.

Cognitive Clinical Success Machine client acquisition announcements: Cleveland Clinic, Intermountain Health, TriHealth, and the continued collaboration with the Mayo Clinic to build out the Bedside Patient Rescue vector


Jvion announced the launch of the company’s latest cognitive machine clinical success vector Bedside Patient Rescue, which was developed in collaboration with the Mayo Clinic. Bedside Patient Rescue is designed to help providers reduce avoidable deaths and patient deterioration. The vector is the latest addition to the thousands of vectors currently enabled by Jvion’s Cognitive Clinical Success Machine.

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At UnityPoint Health, we are bringing the power of AI to our patients through Jvion’s Cognitive Clinical Success Machine. The solution is more than just a predictive model; it is an AI Asset that can scale to the changing needs of our patient population and increasing demands on our resources. The value realized from the machine goes well beyond the financial. We are improving patient outcomes because we are better able to identify at-risk patients and determine the most effective actions that will reduce risk while improving patient engagement. - Dr. Mark Purtle, Chief Medical Officer, UnityPoint Health Des Moines


“When Southeast Alabama Medical Center looked at the Jvion Cognitive Machine, we knew it was something special and something that could help us transform patient care. Within the first year of implementation, we went beyond our initial readmissions vector to include pressure injuries. Based on the great results and patient outcomes that we achieved, we are continuing to expand the application of the Jvion solution to other clinical challenges including inpatient sepsis. The machine and the team behind it, have become critical tools that are helping us to achieve our mission and focus on care excellence.”
-- Lara McCall RNBSN CCM, Director Case Management, Southeast Alabama Medical Center


Baylor Scott & White Health is taking the next step in the system’s Artificial Intelligence journey with the incorporation of Jvion’s leading cognitive machine solution. “We typically pursue a ‘fast follower’ strategy when it comes to selecting advanced technologies to advance our pursuit of making healthcare the way it should be. We are excited by the opportunity to build on a platform like Jvion’s Cognitive Machine that brings together proven technology and powerful insights curated in partnership with other leading health systems,” said Tom Bowen Wright, VP Digital Innovation. “Our initial focus will be on empowering our clinicians with tools to make informed, timely decisions to reduce length of stay outliers; furthermore, we are excited by the broad potential for predictive analytics and prescriptive decision making tools to transform how we care for our patients and members.”


The COPD Foundation, GSK, Geisinger Health System, and Jvion announced a unique collaboration aimed at improving the lives of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) patients. The four firms are teaming together to help individuals with COPD stay healthier, avoid hospitalizations, and prevent readmissions following an inpatient stay.

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, an acute care teaching hospital sponsored by the Sisters of Charity Health System, and Mercy Medical Center, a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System and a 476-bed, acute care teaching hospital serving the Ohio area, recently selected Jvion as the system’s cognitive machine provider. Through the firm's clinical cognitive engine, the providers will receive predictions that will help improve patient health outcomes while optimizing cost and saving lives.

"Based on our initial analysis of a sample set of patients, Jvion’s Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) predictions are performing almost two times better than stress tests and 20% better than CT coronary angiograms in predicting AMI events in a low risk population within 12 months of discharge." - Dr. John Showalter, CHIO University of Mississippi Medical Center