This document summarizes the hospice network requirements outlined in the VBID Request for Applications. More importantly, we offer guidance on what it may mean to the members of the Collaborative and some recommendations for engaging Medicare Advantage Organizations (MAOs) in your markets.
Listen to Cyft’s VP of Clinical Improvement, Caitlin Brennan, as she explains how the combination of data and value based payment models can help improve care for people with serious illness.
As a nurse practitioner in palliative care, I am excited. The Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) and End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) both celebrate their 20-year anniversaries this year.
AI is used as an example of a capability hindered by the lack of access. But of course, lack of access causes greater harm than just slowing AI adoption.
Dr. D’Avolio spoke at BrightHealth’s client conference on the difference between traditional analytics and the need for performance improvement in value-based care.
Dr. Mark Clements, MD, PhD, discusses how Children’s Mercy Kansas City (CMKC) is partnering with Cyft and the Helmsley Charitable Trust to create more effective quality improvement programs by using predictive technologies.
In this episode of Creating a New Healthcare, Dr. Zeev Neuwirth interviews Len D’Avolio, CEO and founder of Cyft – an organization that uses data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) I to make value-based care wildly successful.
I asked LinkedIn friends to submit their questions related to AI in healthcare in preparation for an upcoming keynote at this year’s HIMSS in Vegas. I promised to try to answer the questions they submitted.
The healthcare AI space is frothy. Billions in venture capital are flowing, nearly every writer on the healthcare beat has at least an article or two on the topic, and there isn’t a medical conference that doesn’t at least have a panel if not a dedicated day to discuss. The promise and potential is very real.
We learned that a team of health services researchers at Dartmouth College recently published a study in the Journal of Patient Safety using an early research version of Cyft to detect falls in inpatient notes. No one on their research team is a data scientist and using a relatively small sample size they outperformed previous efforts at this task by a considerable margin. They completely excluded us from the work – not even asking for our advice.