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Synopsis: Health First, a fully Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) serving the Central Florida area, is effectively saving lives using the latest cognitive science technology. The goal is to reduce all-cause 30-day readmissions by 10%.

The point: By applying Jvion's Clinical Cognitive Success Machine (CCSM), Heath First has realized close to $2M in savings and has reduced readmissions for some of the community's most vulnerable individuals.

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Synopsis: Onslow Memorial Hospital serving the coastal North Carolina area, is looking for more effective ways to reduce readmissions. Driven by the Hospital Readmission Reduction Program (HRRP), the return of a patient to the hospital within 30 days of discharge has been a key focus area for the hospital.

The point: By incorporating the advanced cognitive capabilities delivered by cognitive clinical leader Jvion, Onslow Memorial Hospital has saved close to $1M in less than a year. The project has been championed by CEO Penney Burlingame Deal, DHA, as part of an overarching move to strengthen the hospital operationally, clinically, and financially.

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Synopsis: Emerging technologies like cognitive science have an adoption gap between technological capability and human adaptation. Such a disconnect diminishes the inherent power of new tools and the ability to effectively and quickly realize the value they deliver. With cognitive machines, there is a tremendous potential that can positively impact the health and lives of millions; but, the newness and sophistication of the solutions could act as speed bumps for easy adoption.

The point: Jvion's Cognitive Clinical Success Machine uses the CEAM approach to help drive adoption and quick value realization by producing compelling, easy to consume, actionable, and meaningful recommendations.

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A Solution Comparison

Synopsis: When solutions for driving patient-specific and effective actions were compared against Jvion's Cognitive Clinical Success Machine, three categories emerged: enterprise data warehouses (EDWs)/data lakes, scoring methods, and electronic health/medical record (EH/MR) models. In other solutions, scoring methods fell short on delivering the granularity and specificity needed to enable effective and targeted action. EH/MRs require clean, complete data to target at-risk individuals which is nearly non-existent in healthcare. EDWs had the longest time to delivering returns. Across all other solutions and approaches, speed to value was slow and limited.

The point: Cognitive machines like Jvion's Cognitive Clinical Success Machine are gaining traction within healthcare by mitigating the problems posed by enterprise data warehouses (EDWs)/data lakes, scoring methods, and electronic health/medical record (EH/MR) models while producing recommendations for patient-level predictions and interventions rendered with unparalleled speed, clinical applicability, and patient verity.

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How a Cognitive Clinical Success Machine is improving lives in Central Florida

Synopsis: Health First - Central Florida's largest fully integrated delivery network-combined the leading Cognitive Clinical Success Machine with a focused, comprehensive program to reduce readmissions. In less than three months, the system realized more than $895,000 in savings and significantly reduced readmissions for some of the community's most vulnerable and at-risk patients.

The point: Using Jvion's Cognitive Clinical Success Machine, Health First is enabling better health outcomes beyond simply avoiding a readmission. They are treating the entire patient and addressing the visible and invisible risks that can only be accounted for with an advanced cognitive science appliance.

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Synopsis: Earlier this year, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services launched the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) program. The goal is to improve quality and lower cost for hip and knee surgeries, which impact close to half a million people and cost approximately $7B each year.

The point: The CJR program is complicated. This infographic provides a high-level overview of the program that you can share with your organization to educate your staff and colleagues about the CJR program and it's potential impact.

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