Holston Medical Group Selects Humedica as Clinical Intelligence Partner, Joins Anceta to Collaborate with Other Leading Me

BOSTON & ALEXANDRIA, Va. & KINGSPORT, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Holston Medical Group, a team of more than 150 primary care physicians, specialists and mid-level providers and based in Kingsport, TN has selected Humedica MinedShare® as its clinical intelligence solution. Humedica MinedShare will be the unified solution for a group of over 1300 physicians participating in a common information exchange and analytic strategy.

“Holston Medical Group is excited to be partnering with Humedica around clinical analytics,” said Scott Fowler, J.D., M.D., Holston Medical Group’s President. “HMG initially will be using Humedica Minedshare in a joint venture with other non-HMG providers to demonstrate improved outcomes in shared savings programs with payors and to assess and better understand what makes individual physicians successful with comprehensive clinical data across care settings."

Michael Weintraub, Humedica’s President and CEO, added, “HMG is a leading innovator in the Southeast, at the intersection of value-based payment and population health management. We are honored to be HMG’s clinical analytics partner, assisting their organization and non-HMG providers in achieving optimal outcomes for patients across care settings.”

Holston Medical Group is a member of the American Medical Group Association and also a participant in AMGA’s Anceta Collaborative. “HMG is a consistent innovator that has made important contributions to AMGA’s ACO Implementation Collaborative,” said John Cuddeback, MD, PhD, Anceta’s Chief Medical Informatics Officer. “We’re looking forward to their participation in Anceta, as we use Humedica’s detailed comparative data to stimulate shared learning about the elements of the care process that are most critical for improving population health,” he added.

ABOUT HUMEDICA

Humedica is a next-generation clinical intelligence company that provides novel software-as-a- service (SaaS)-based solutions to the health care industry. Through cutting- edge analytics, Humedica connects patient information across varied medical settings and time periods to generate a truly longitudinal and comprehensive view of patient care. Humedica provides its partners and customers with the informatics solutions necessary to improve, manage, and succeed in today’s dynamic health care market. Humedica is defining knowledge in health care. For more information, visit www.humedica.com.

ABOUT ANCETA

Anceta is a subsidiary of the American Medical Group Association (AMGA), extending AMGA’s strong tradition of collaborative quality improvement among AMGA member organizations. Using Humedica’s unique clinical analytics platform, Anceta facilitates data-driven shared learning among AMGA members to enhance value in population health. Anceta illuminates the relationships between care process, patient outcomes, and cost – all the elements of the value equation. For more information about Anceta, please visit http://www.anceta.com.

ABOUT HOLSTON MEDICAL GROUP

Established in 1977, the HMG "Family of Care" has grown from a handful of family practitioners to a comprehensive, diversified group of nearly 150 primary care physicians, specialists and mid-level providers, with 24-hour medical /surgical coverage. Today, HMG is one of the largest, most-respected, physician-led, multi-specialty groups in the southeastern United States. Known throughout the nation as a leader in electronic medical record utilization, clinical research and integrated health management, HMG is dedicated to bringing the region the latest in advanced technologies and treatment. For more information about Holston Medical Group, please visit http://www.holstonmedicalgroup.com.



CONTACT:

Humedica
Allen Kamer, 617-475-3810
[email protected]
or
Anceta
John Cuddeback, 202-297-9055
[email protected]
or
Holston Medical Group
Danielle Krueger, 423-578-1514
[email protected]

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Massachusetts  Tennessee  Virginia

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Data Management  Networks  Software  Practice Management  Health  Hospitals  General Health

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