i2i Systems Remains Best in KLAS Population Health Management Category
Santa Rosa, CA: i2i Systems, the early pioneer and developer of Population Health Management (PHM) technology, has again been ranked one of the highest in the latest December 2015 KLAS Report. With an 86.9 overall rating, i2i commands a strong top finish versus 24 PHM vendors. Leveraging over 200 user interviews the latest KLAS Report explains on why healthcare organizations choose specific vendors and how well those vendors perform.
In regard to clinical and claims data integration and normalization, risk stratification, and developing the efficiency and effectiveness of care coordinators, the firm attracted top marks for profound potentials. With the highest median number of risk-based contracts or programs in the country, i2i Systems have become the vendor of choice for clinicians. “It is an exciting time in our market. Even though the industry continues to evolve in terms of defining population health, i2i has stood true to its mission and values of delivering both operational and strategic PHM tools that demonstrate outcome improvement in the lives of patients”, says Justin Neece, Chief Operations Officer, i2i Systems.
With the i2i solutions platform, clinicians and administrators enjoy i2i’s easy-to-use and configurable population health toolset and the capability to generate proven impact through experience gained from nearly 20 million lives actively managed. “Clients struggle with issues ranging from depth of functionality to lack of data access. At i2i, we take the time to find out exactly what kind of population health solutions the client needs, deliver those solutions and then provide the best technical support, training and consultative services required for success,” says Neece.
Located at Santa Rosa, California, i2i systems provide integrated Population Health Management and Analytics solutions to healthcare organizations. For more than 15 years, i2i systems helps optimize the clinical, financial and operational success of physician group practices, community health centers, health center controlled networks, hospitals, health plans and integrated delivery networks for healthcare providers.
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