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Medalogix Unveils Predictive Analytics Platform for Home Health

Posted by fivebyfive on Jan 18, 2015 10:34:00 PM

Nashville-based healthcare technology company Medalogix has added a product called Touch to its toolkit of predictive analytic workflow solutions. Touch identifies at risk patients and then enhances and automates a home health clinical team’s patient touchpoints. The application’s predictive risk ranking and automated calling features enable home health agencies to better identify and manage their most at-risk patients and complete more fully reimbursable episodes without transfers.

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We’re 2014 Nashville Technology Council Award Finalists

Posted by fivebyfive on Dec 17, 2014 2:17:00 AM

We’re in the running to win three 2015 Nashville Technology Council (NTC) awards! We’re honored that Medalogix, or a Medalogix team member, has been chosen as one of three finalists in the following categories:

Innovator of the Year: Dan Hogan, Medalogix’s CEO, is up for this distinguished award because of Medalogix’s innovations in home health and predictive analytics. One of Medalogix’s major technological innovations is its workflow functionality. The workflow organizes “next steps” to ensure analytics are acted upon–which is the only way analytics users can actually reap the benefits of analytic insights.

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Harvard Just Gave Us $37k to Scale Our End of Life Analytics Solution.

Posted by fivebyfive on Nov 25, 2014 2:19:00 AM

We’re so thrilled to announce our Medalogix Bridge solution has been recognized by Harvard University. Here’s the full release for details:

Medalogix wins $37,500 in the Harvard Health Acceleration Challenge Nashville-based health tech company selected over institutions like the Cleveland Clinic, Stanford, MD Anderson and more

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The Boston Globe: Boston health tech groups are finalists in Harvard’s Health Acceleration Challenge

Posted by fivebyfive on Oct 30, 2014 11:47:00 AM

This article originally appeared in the Boston Globe.

By Nidhi Subbaraman

Twine Health and a group at Boston Children’s Hospital are among four finalists in the inaugural Health Acceleration Challenge hosted by Harvard Business School and Harvard Medical School.

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HIT Consultant: 5 Guidelines To Avoid Analysis Paralysis With Big Data in Healthcare

Posted by fivebyfive on Oct 8, 2013 5:49:00 AM

The global healthcare industry generates approximately 30 percent of the world’s data.It is estimated by 2015, the average hospital will generate 665 terabytes of data. Every initial homecare visit creates 1,185 points of data.

With so much data available, healthcare visionaries realize the immense benefits of adopting technologies to analyzing their data:

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Topics: Data and Analytics Review, Healthcare Industry, Press Hit, News & Press

Wall Street Journal: Recruiting on a Budget

Posted by fivebyfive on Sep 2, 2013 11:53:00 AM

This article originally appeared in the Wall Street Journal.

GUEST MENTOR Dan Hogan, CEO at Medalogix: Most startups work on shoestring budgets, of course, which presents a particular difficulty in recruiting talent. You need the best of the best to help you launch your enterprise, but you don’t have the budget to lure them from their high-paying jobs.

Luckily, it’s not all about salary.

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Predictive Modeling News: Predictive Modeling in Healthcare

Posted by fivebyfive on Jan 1, 2013 5:09:00 AM

Predictive Modeling News, January 2013

by Dan Hogan, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Medalogix

Predictive modeling is not a new tool in healthcare. While it is just now being meaningfully applied in the home health segment of the healthcare industry, predictive modeling has been used on the claims and benefits side of the business for years. However, the data available for analysis and the manner in which that analysis is being utilized in healthcare is new. The driver of this change is the initiation of pay-for-performance healthcare triggered by the Affordable Care Act.

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NBJ: From flipping burgers to the corner office--Nashville executives on their first jobs

Posted by fivebyfive on Dec 28, 2012 5:12:00 AM

Nashville Business Journal by Eric Snyder, Assistant Managing Editor

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People in Business

Posted by fivebyfive on Dec 9, 2012 5:14:00 AM

The HIMSS Summit of the Southeast named the winner of the “HIT Awards” for the advancement of technology in health care. The 2012 winners are:

Dan Hogan (CEO, Medalogix) for the HIT Accelerator Award

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Predictive Modeling News Part I: Predictive Modeling Industry Vendor Company Profiles

Posted by fivebyfive on Dec 8, 2012 5:15:00 AM

Dan Hogan founded Medalogix in 2009 to address the medication complications he saw occurring among geriatric patients at Doctor’s Associates Home Health, the Manchester, TN, home health agency he owned and operated from 2005 to 2010. Now part of SunCrest Healthcare Inc., Doctor’s Associates Home Health employs 108 full- and part-time staff to provide skilled nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy and medical social services to approximately 380 homebound geriatric patients in rural communities in the area east of Nashville. Hogan is also founder and chair of the HARP Project, a not-for-profit organi- zation that combats acute childhood malnutrition in several areas of the developing world. In early 2010, HARP partnered with the Vanderbilt Center for Latin American Studies and explored the deployment of a manufacturing facility to provide nutrient- infused baby food and adult nutrition bars to the patient community currently served by several rural pediatric clinics.

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