Our next Quarterly Meeting is coming up tomorrow at the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce! We're excited to have Darria Long Gillespie, Senior Vice President of Clinical Strategy with Sharecare, who will provide her predictions for the future of digital health. In addition, we'll get first-hand visions of that future from representatives of FraudScope and Moving Analytics who will provide a short pitch on their companies.
Sharecare, presented by Dr. Darria Long Gillespie
Sharecare is a health and wellness engagement platform that provides consumers with personalized information, programs and resources to improve their health. It provides personalized information to the site's users v based on their responses to the RealAge Test, the company's health risk assessment tool, and offers a clinical decision support tool, AskMD. Headquartered in Atlanta, Sharecare was founded in 2010 by Jeff Arnold (founder of WebMD) and Dr. Mehmet Oz, in partnership with Harpo Studios, Sony Pictures Television and Discovery Communications.
FraudScope aims to put more of our healthcare dollars towards patient care by reducing billing claims fraud. Such fraud costs the nation an estimated $272 billion annually, of which up to 95% is missed by current detection techniques. FraudScope uses novel data analytics techniques to prioritize suspicious medical insurance claims for investigation to save money lost to fraud, waste and abuse. Its patent-pending technology for detecting high-risk claims was developed by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Using data obtained from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), FraudScope was able to automatically detect many recently reported high value Medicare fraud cases, which were detected with help from whistleblowers. Our novel Claims Intelligence technology would have detected these cases almost three years prior to their detection through whistleblowers. Unlike existing analytics tools, FraudScope's advanced technology can detect existing and evolving fraud schemes without requiring any input of known and predicted patterns of fraud. We provide sophisticated claims intelligence before payment of claims and FraudScope can adapt to changes in diagnosis and procedure codes automatically.
Moving Analytics helps hospitals manage patients with heart disease through a home-based cardiac rehab program delivered through patient's smartphones. Moving Analytics' product is based on over 20 years of research from Stanford University that has shown a 87% reduction in cardiac related readmissions and 90% adherence rate. Hospitals can now deliver a scalable and cost-effective rehab program, thereby reducing readmission cost and generating additional revenue. Moving Analytics works with the American Heart Association to bring together scientifically endorsed protocols, behavioral science, validated algorithms and delightful digital experiences to deliver an effective cardiac rehabilitation solution.The team includes experts in remoted disease management from Standford, along with leaders in product development, user-experience design, and sales.
Date & Time:
March 29, 2016
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
235 Andrew Young International Blvd NW,
Atlanta, GA 30303