Jvion, the leader in clinical predictive algorithms, was named the 2014 Intel Innovation Award winner during this year’s Health IT Leadership Summit in Atlanta, GA.
Atlanta, GA, July 7, 2014 -- Jvion, the Atlanta-based leader in clinical predictive algorithms, was named the 2014 Intel Innovation Award Winner during this year’s Health IT Leadership Summit held on November 20, 2014 in Atlanta, GA. This award is given to companies that are developing leading-edge technologies and unique approaches to improving health and the healthcare delivery process. Jvion was recognized for the firm’s RevEgis predictive analytic software, which delivers patient-level predictions to help providers prevent illness while reducing the cost of care.
“Jvion is a great example of how the combination of math and technology can improve the healthcare industry. Their predictive analytics model is reducing waste and saving lives,” said Tino Mantella, Technology Association of Georgia’s president. “Innovative companies like Jvion are why Georgia is the nation’s Health IT capital.”
“We are honored to recognize Jvion as the 2014 Intel Innovation Award recipient,” said Dan Riviera, Area Director, Intel Americas. “They join a prestigious group of Intel Innovation Award recipients that are delivering innovative computing technologies and solutions for healthcare that improve cost, quality, and access to people worldwide. We would also like to thank all our finalist who are using technology to connect and enrich people lives.”
RevEgis delivers predictions that target patients at risk of illnesses and adverse health events. This solution helps providers proactively apply preventative measures that reduce aspects of patient suffering from adverse conditions and related components of waste (e.g., hospital acquired infections). The solution is currently in place across a diverse provider community and is delivering inpatient, ambulatory, and population level predictions to help improve health outcomes and lower the cost of care.
“Receiving the 2014 Intel Innovation Award is a tremendous honor and a prestigious validation of the work we are doing to predict and prevent patient suffering and illness,” said Shantanu Nigam, Jvion’s CEO. “When we started this mission, we thought that if we can reduce a patient’s suffering then we will consider ourselves successful. We were thrilled to be nominated and recognized alongside the other finalists. Being named the winner is simply phenomenal and a significant step in our journey to improving the lives of patients by changing the way healthcare is delivered.”
For more information on the firm’s suite of predictive solutions, please visit http://www.jvion.com.
About the Health IT Leadership Summit
The Health IT Leadership Summit was founded in 2010 by three organizations to support the growth of the health IT industry: the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Metro Atlanta Chamber and the Technology Association of Georgia's Health Society. To learn more about this year's Summit, visit http://www.HealthITLeadershipSummit.org.
Jvion is a healthcare technology company that develops software designed to predict and prevent patient-level disease and financial losses leading to increased waste. The company offers a suite of big-data enabled solutions that combine clinical intelligence with deep machine learning to help providers protect their revenues while improving patient health outcomes. Their objective is simple—stop the waste of resources and lives by predicting and stopping losses before they ever happen.