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  • Electronic Health Reporter: Real World Applications of Artificial Intelligence to Improve Medication Management Across the Care Continuum
    The Electronic Health Reporter writes about the application of AI and Machine Learning to help drive more proactive and efficient medication management. It highlights Jvion’s ability to provide the best course of action for patients and members based on the combination of their clinical and socio...
    04 Aug 2020 | Read More
  • HIStalk: Interview with Jay Deady, CEO, Jvion
    HISTalk caught up with Jay Deady to discuss how AI is impacting healthcare, helping make better use of SDOH and identifying vulnerable populations. Read Full Story from HIStalk
    03 Aug 2020 | Read More
  • Forbes: How Three Companies Adapted As COVID-19 Changed Their Sectors
    While businesses across geographies and industries face a variety of challenges stemming from COVID-19, their ability to survive and even thrive sometimes comes back to the basics: reassessing their business model, mapping out a variety of scenarios, doubling down on customer acquisition and rete...
    23 Jul 2020 | Read More
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  • Electronic Health Reporter: Real World Applications of Artificial Intelligence to Improve Medication Management Across the Care Continuum
    04 Aug 2020 | Read More
  • HIStalk: Interview with Jay Deady, CEO, Jvion
    03 Aug 2020 | Read More
  • Healthcare Business Today: There’s a Safer Way to Reopen: Understanding Workforce Vulnerability with the Help of AI
    28 Jul 2020 | Read More
  • Forbes: How Three Companies Adapted As COVID-19 Changed Their Sectors
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Jvion's Solution Out-predicts Stress Tests and CT Coronary Angiograms in Predicting 12-month Acute Myocardial Infarction Events

"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