Florence Health Announces Collaboration With The Innovaccer Health Cloud
Leading tech-enabled primary care provider is collaborating with the Innovaccer Health Cloud to accelerate its R&D
Innovaccer Inc. the Health Cloud company, announced that Florence Health, a next-generation, fully risk-bearing, primary care provider, will move its proprietary technology development to the Innovaccer Health Cloud. Florence, which will enter 2022 at full risk for more than 25,000 Medicare patients across multiple states and annual revenues of over $350 million, selected the Innovaccer Health Cloud after an extensive search that included all major public cloud providers.
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Building on the Innovaccer Health Cloud will scale Florence’s mission of delivering an unparalleled health care experience to the patients it serves through Florence’s following technology development initiatives:
- A more complete and accurate patient record at the point of care, beyond what has been possible historically.
- Smarter triage and medical quality assurance, including the surfacing of quality insights, coding items, and care coordination worklist protocols that ensure nothing falls through the cracks.
- Outcomes analysis to ensure the organization is delivering the best results for each patient, with real-time or near-real-time reporting across key outcomes, including hospitalizations, emergency room visits, and other events of distress, along with critical positive indicators such as patient satisfaction feedback and condition/symptom improvements and relief.
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“Building atop the Innovaccer Health Cloud is accelerating our application development 10-fold,” says Jake Halpert, Founder and CEO of Florence Health. “You could not build Uber before the advent of Google Maps, and this is truly the Google Maps infrastructure of healthcare.”
“We are bringing our product roadmap and FHIR-driven data services to the Health Cloud,” Halpert continued. “The technology bets we have made since our founding in 2019, starting with our patient-centric, FHIR-based architecture, fit like a hand in a glove with the vision of what Abhinav and the team have with the Innovaccer Health Cloud. And the cultures of the two organizations are extremely compatible, which was very important to us. This is translating to more accessible and accurate information available to our providers, staff, and patients at every juncture—there are not many things more important than this.”