Our lead data scientist has analyzed the effectiveness of our readmission reduction solution solution and the results are in. Drum roll please....

patient analytics.pngWhat If we told you that nearly 300 patents you’ve discharged in the last 9 months will soon need your care again? (Dive deeper into this metric by checking out this case study.) Medalogix Nurture will help you understand which ones, so you can be there to give them the additional home health care they need.


JP Mprgan healthcare conference.pngWe were fortunate to attend J.P. Morgan's annual healthcare conference in early January. It's one of the life science industry’s largest conferences of the year as it brings thousands of investors and executives from around the world to San Francisco where companies present their latest innovations hoping to find their next partner or investor.


shari heath future of health tech at MIT re hospice analytics.pngEarlier this year our own Shari Heath was invited to speak about the importance of appropriate end-of-life care and analytics' role in improving our final days.


cope with loss around the holidays.jpgWhile for many this is the "most wonderful time of the year," it can also be the most difficult--especially if you're coping with grief attributed to loss.  When a loved one is missing, it's even more apparent this time of year when loved ones traditionally gather. 



CarleenSmall.pngOur very own Carleen Rogers was invited speak at the 2016 Faith & Spirituality Symposium hosted by Alive Hospice. The event was geared toward community members, clinicians and laypersons of all faiths.


While we’re an analytics company, we always remind our users that analytics—even the most accurately predictive—are only as good as the actions they inspire.


client_experience_team.jpgMeet the fabulous client experience team (Carleen Rogers not pictured). We're a group of passionate folks who love helping our clients get the most out of our home health analytics technology--all so they can best help their home health and hospice patients and grow their organizations. 


How_Analytics_Can_Enhance_or_replace_telehealth.jpgHome health operators widely accept telehealth and in-home devices as a viable option to successfully monitor, and better care for, remote home health patients. Although adopted commonly across the country, many providers struggle to identify the appropriate patients to monitor. Typically, provider’s default to deploying units based on a patient’s diagnoses or to the patients their hospital referral partners specify.