Jvion’s Effectiveness Score Index (ESI) approach is helping providers make sense of the complex predictive solution landscape that has erupted across the healthcare industry. In a landscape in which many healthcare vendors claim to have a predictive solution, cognitive science leader Jvion is working to clear the noise. During a recent presentation, Jvion data science leaders introduced the idea of the Effectiveness Score Index (ESI) to help illustrate and mitigate the accuracy fallacy inherent to many of the predictive solutions on the market.
The judges of the Mayo Clinic's Think Big Challenge awarded Jvion $50,000 to bring a Mayo technology to market. The Think Big Challenge is part of Mayo’s Transform 2016, an annual conference in Rochester, Minnesota, that exhorts attendees to eschew old ways of thinking about problem-solving to improve public health and healthcare.
Lucro announced the launch of a new marketplace that accelerates decision-making for healthcare leaders, allowing them to discover, compare and collaborate with their peers around innovative solutions. Jvion has engaged as an early adopter to use the marketplace in advance of its launch in the spring of 2016.
Black Book™ surveyed 1,191 hospital Chief Financial Officers, Vice Presidents of Finance, Controllers and Directors, to determine the top performing vendors among in-demand financial software, systems and outsourcing services, and assess the gaps and urgencies of hospital financial administration. The highest ranked vendors in customer satisfaction and client experience are announced in twenty-four financial solution functionalities and systems.
Tampa, FL, September 29, 2017 -- Black Book Market Research named Jvion as one of the 50 most disruptive technology companies in healthcare. This designation is awarded to an elite group recognized for their technological capability and outstanding client experience.
Five judges chose Nigam's business proposal over four other finalists in Mayo Clinic's Think Big Challenge, a "Shark Tank"-like startup competition. Nigam gave his final pitch to a laid-back, tech-connected crowd gathered in the Mayo Civic Center for Mayo Clinic's Transform 2016 conference. He won a $50,000 cash prize plus the right to license Mayo Clinic's Bedside Patient Rescue technology.
Every healthcare stakeholder agrees that it’s time for clinical data to get up and run. But just because everyone’s behind an effort certainly doesn’t make it easier. Health Data Management explores the current state of clinical analytics and its value-based proposition.
Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, has teamed with a number of technology firms to build a unique job-training program for military veterans. Through the collaboration, more than a dozen veterans have been placed in information technology jobs throughout the Chicago region.
University of Mississippi Medical Center CIO John Showalter and Jvion, a data analytics company, were honored today at the CHIME15 Fall CIO Forum for a collaboration aimed at improving care for heart failure patients.