“These recognitions validate the industry’s widespread acceptance of our innovative approach of coupling care coordination with analytics, exploiting their synergies to perform real population health management”
Healthcare Tech Outlook magazine, a leading source for information on technology trends and insights in the healthcare industry, has named GSI Health as one of the “10 Most Promising Population Health Management Solution Providers” for 2016 based on its ability to deliver an effective solution that addresses population health management challenges. This award follows an additional recognition from Healthcare Tech Outlook naming GSI Health one of the “20 Most Promising Health Information Exchange (HIE) Solution Providers” for 2015, based on GSI Health’s ability to deliver cost-effective and flexible solutions that “add value to the HIE landscape.” Both awards were determined by a panel comprising CEOs, CIOs, venture capitalists (VCs), and analysts, as well as the Healthcare Tech Outlook editorial board.
In addition, CIO Review, a technology magazine focusing on innovative enterprise solutions, has named GSI Health as one of the “50 Most Promising Healthcare Solution Providers” for 2015. This award celebrates emerging technology solutions that are redefining where and how healthcare is delivered. Winners are chosen based on extensive market research and analysis of each company’s offerings, competencies, testimonials, and recognitions, with final evaluation by a distinguished panel of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts, and the CIO Review senior editorial board.
“These recognitions validate the industry’s widespread acceptance of our innovative approach of coupling care coordination with analytics, exploiting their synergies to perform real population health management,” said LeRoy Jones, CEO of GSI Health. “Our model is not only more efficient, but it also enables our customers to deliver more effective care to both patients and populations.”
These awards highlight GSI Health’s cloud-based technology solution, called GSIHealthCoordinator, which integrates collaborative care coordination and robust analytics in a single platform to improve population health management. This solution enables quality “whole person” care for entire populations through efficient communication and information sharing, workflow within interdisciplinary care teams, robust analytics that stratify the population and identify gaps in care, and real-time reporting on outcomes and operations. GSIHealthCoordinator brings insights closer to those who are delivering care, empowering those caregivers to make decisions about how to best spend their time and resources so they can reduce unnecessary hospital and emergency department usage and lower their risk.