Our CEO, Dan Hogan, recently contributed to Inc. He relayed his lessons learned launching and growing a startup. You can find the full article below.
HomeCare Magazine recently published an article by our CEO about the importance of analytics in end-of-life care. Read the full article below.
If you have an interest in entrepreneursim, check out this new podcast, Stories. Our CEO, Dan Hogan (who according to the host has great hair), is featured in the premier episode. You'll hear about contraband whiskey, how Dan caught the entrepreneurial bug and what he'd do if he knew he was dying. Other 'casts in the series feature Ben Bredesen of Fat Bottom Brewing and Ashlee Ammons of hellomixtroz. If you like what you hear, rate, review and refer.
Our CEO, Dan Hogan, recently published an article on Inc.com. It's all about being a tech entrepreneur without having a background in tech. Check it out.
Medalogix Adds Five Members to its Tech Team
NASHVILLE, Tennessee, March 14, 2017 – Nashville-based healthcare predictive analytics firm, Medalogix, adds five new
Home Care Technology Report's Tim Rowan interviewed our SVP of clinical transformation, Cyndi Rizzitello, in regard to our new case study with Encompass Home Health and Hospice. The home health and hospice powerhouse is leveraging our analytics technologies to reach the Triple Aim. Tim's article focuses on Encompass's use of our Nurture solution to help manage and best care for discharged patients. Check out the full article here:
Healthcare Informatics recently covered the news of our new prescriptive analytics solution, Medalogix Path. Path leverages prescriptive analytics to help clinicians and/or packet reviewers prescribe evidenced-based care plans that help patients achieve optimal outcomes.
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Check it out! We made Becker's list of "Disruptive Companies to Watch in 2017." Here's their list:
New case study details how Medalogix’s predictive analytics technology helped major home health provider best deploy care to former patients, increase touchpoints with patients, manage end-of-life care
Do you want the same algorithms that predict which Amazon products you're likely to purchase to also predict your death? Nashville Medical News published a byline our CEO that answers that question.