Lumeris is referenced as one of the top examples of the digital health funding uptick.
Apple’s iWatch is just part of the health care market’s interest in the future of digital delivery. The industry in just the first half of 2014 has seen $2.3 billion in private investment, and Lumeris’ capital raise of $71 million is featured as part of that investment. According to the article, the “funding frenzy” in 2014 could end up being a 200% increase over 2013.
Lumeris’ private-equity funding of $71 million is highlighted as part of the venture funds pouring “more than $2.3 billion of investments in the sector during the first half of the year—already surpassing the 2013 total.”
Keith Blankenship, vice president of technical solutions, discusses the importance of integrating data and how Lumeris has been successful working with clients to make sure data is useful, meaningful and actionable. Mark Pitts, vice president of enterprise informatics, data and analytics, discusses how Highmark Health is working to automate internal processes based on centralized data functionality.
Lumeris’ private-equity round of funding, $71 million, is demonstrated as part of the continued strength and interest of investors to fund innovations in health care.
Bloomberg Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) Reporter Nora Macaluso featured comments from Lumeris’ Keith Blankenship on HIEs. Macaluso covered the Lansing, Michigan conference Lumeris attended (sponsored by the Michigan Health Information Network) on June 4.
Lumeris’ Anthony Gil talks with For the Record about the requirements for stage 2 meaningful use focused on the advancement of clinical processes, which includes more rigorous health information exchange, increased requirements for ePrescribing and the incorporation of laboratory data, electronic transmission of patient care summaries across multiple settings, and a focus on more patient-controlled data.
Sandra Gomberg, chief operating officer at Aria Health, answers questions about how provider incentives, clinically-integrated data, a care management solution, and Lumeris’ ADSP is helping Aria advance its population health initiatives.
Tony Fortino, director of Accountable Care Solutions at Lumeris, is quoted about the importance of keeping patients healthier in order to make health care better and more affordable for organizations transforming and expanding in the new health care marketplace.
A definitive blueprint for value-based health plan operations and population health services revealed. Using 10 years of health plan, multi-payer and value-based care experience, Lumeris developed a four-part framework to significantly improve value-based health plan operations. The model includes identifying improvement opportunities to address business transformation, structuring the organization and implementing change, offering value-based care services that support office management and population health, and optimizing business processes. This essential guidance supports business and care delivery transformation in pursuit of the Triple Aim Plus One: better health outcomes, lower costs and improved patient plus physician satisfaction.