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  • Study Reveals BaseHealth Risk Assessment Engine Superior at Type 2 Diabetes Prediction Compared to Standard Tools

    Erin Isselmann

    January 4, 2018 - Today, BaseHealth, the creator of the first predictive, evidence-based, and data-driven population health management solution, announced a study recently published in PLOS ONE that found BaseHealth’s risk assessment engine is more specific and sensitive than existing diabetes risk assessment tools, such as Framingham and Finnish risk score.

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    BaseHealth Raises $8.5 Million in Series C Funding

    Erin Isselmann

    October 17, 2017 - BaseHealth announcing that it has received an overall investment of $8.5 million, including $2.5 million from lead investor.

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    BaseHealth Uncovers the "Invisible Patient" at Health 2.0

    Erin Isselmann

    October 2, 2017 - BaseHealth, the creator of the first predictive, evidence-based, and data-driven population health management solution, will demonstrate its analytic platform and highlight the concept of the #InvisiblePatient at the 11th Annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference taking place this week in Santa Clara, Calif.

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Blogs

  • Blockchain, AI and Virtual Care — Buckle Up, Healthcare Tech is Taking off in 2018

    Nick van Terheyden

    December 22, 2017 - Technology continues to move at an exponential pace, leaving virtually no industry untouched. Healthcare is no exception — the technological progress in this space is offering incredible opportunities to improve the health of our population, reduce costs and extend the capabilities of our limited skilled clinical resources.

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  • Beyond the Hype: AI and Healthcare

    Tamara StClaire

    December 5, 2017 - Artificial intelligence (AI) has tremendous potential to improve both care and cost efficiency in healthcare, but it’s incredibly complex and continues to innovate at a rapid pace, making it hard to separate its real-world value today from its aspirational value of tomorrow. This is where most AI technology falls victim to the hype.

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  • The Medicare Imperative

    Jason Pyle

    November 29, 2017 - How did we get here? We all pay into Medicare from day one of employment. The problem is that healthcare costs today are outpacing what we have and pay into Medicare. And once all the baby boomers turn 65, the federal government won’t collect enough in payroll taxes to pay for all the care that Medicare patients will need.

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  • Hurdling four barriers on the road to predictive analytics

    Tamara StClaire

    November 23, 2017 - I recently read a Becker’s Hospital Review article on four common roadblocks organizations face when adopting predictive analytics in healthcare. Emily Rappleye, the reporter who penned the article, highlighted insights from Andy Bartley, senior solutions architect at Intel Corp., who discussed these roadblocks at the Becker’s Hospital Review 3rd Annual Health IT + Revenue Cycle Conference in Chicago.

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  • When the Big Five Technology Giants Come For Healthcare

    Tamara StClaire

    November 1, 2017 - Have you heard the rumors? The ones whispered among colleagues at industry networking events and on company conference calls? This conversation around the “Big 5” technology giants entering the healthcare market has accelerated to the point that Christina Farr’s entire beat at CNBC is dedicated to reporting on it. And the articles don’t disappoint.

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  • How Accountable Care Organizations Can Hit the Quadruple Aim Bullseye

    Dan Hoemke

    October 23, 2017 - Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) are putting a tremendous amount of energy into achieving the quadruple aim: bending the cost curve, improving clinical and care management outcomes and delivering a superior member/patient experience. And rightfully so!

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  • Hard Cases: The Case of the Invisible Patient

    Nick Van TerHeyden

    October 19, 2017 - While it’s true that most people who skip a regular visit to the doctor don’t have a major looming medical crisis, there are a small group of people who appear to look healthy on paper but are just one step away from a major medical issue.

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  • Tamara StClaire: Why I Joined BaseHealth

    Tamara StClaire

    October 10, 2017 - Over the course of my career I’ve worked at both large companies and startups, and BaseHealth is at that startup phase that I consider my sweet spot. I enjoy growing an organization, taking something that’s working well and figuring out how to scale it.

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  • Dr. Nick van Terheyden: Why I Joined BaseHealth

    Nick Van TerHeyden

    October 5, 2017 - Whether it be as a practicing physician where I saw patients daily, to numerous opportunities working in both healthcare and computing with consulting firms and technology companies — the patient comes first. That, along with the admiration and respect I have for my new co-workers, is why I’m thrilled to join BaseHealth.

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  • Finding the Invisible Patient

    Jason Pyle

    October 2, 2017 - Delivering excellent patient care and controlling healthcare costs should not be an oxymoron. Given the unprecedented healthcare spending that is currently happening in this country, it’s hard to imagine a world where these two goals can coexist; however, there is hope.

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