A.I. (actual intelligence) for better healthcare.

Cyft helps healthcare organizations use their data to thrive in value-based contracts.

 

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Moving healthcare beyond one-size-fits-all analytics

  • Unlock all available data – including social determinants, notes, and ADLs
  • Focus on your highest priorities
  • Embedded into your existing systems and workflows
  • Track progress every step of the way
  • Calculate ROI of your programs vs. rigorous control groups

Learn what AI is, how it’s different than traditional analytics, and how to put it to work.

"There are few people and companies that are better at applying machine learning to healthcare data than Dr. D'Avolio and Cyft."

Sachin Jain, President & CEO, CareMore Health System

"The promise of using 'big data' and machine learning to improve healthcare has been around for some time. Cyft proved they can deliver on this promise, returning significant value in a short amount of time. Partnering with Cyft aligns perfectly with Commonwealth Care Alliance's legacy and commitment to innovation as we improve care for individuals with complex healthcare needs."

Christopher Palmieri, CEO, Commonwealth Care Alliance

"T1D ( Type 1 Diabetes) is a relentless, 24/7 disease that produces enormous amounts of data, yet very little of that data is used by clinicians today. Partnering with Cyft is an opportunity to take all of this disparate data and turn it into something actionable for patients and their caregivers, ultimately leading to better outcomes for people living with this disease."

David Panzirer, Trustee, The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust

"NEBH is a leader in surgical innovation. Partnering with Cyft to become leaders in value-based care is a logical next step for us."

Scott Tromanhauser, MD, MBA, MHCDS, Chief Medical Quality Officer, Chief, Spine Surgery, Director of Research Administration, New England Baptist Hospital

“This learning health system will further our goal of leveraging the power of our data to identify and proactively support patients who are at risk for clinical deterioration to positively impact their health and general well-being.”

Sanjeev Mehta, MD, MPH., Chief Medical Information Officer and Director of Quality, Joslin Diabetes Center

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