Proven Population Health Management Solutions
Improving Population Health One Person at a Time
ZeOmega is a leading provider of population health management software. Our solution does more than help care managers track individuals and their treatments. It transforms traditional episodic-based care into an ongoing and collaborative healthcare model that benefits everyone involved: the payer, the provider and the patient or member.
Our population health management platform, Jiva enables integrated and shared care management through electronic health record-enabled care plans, point-of-care tools, decision support, user-configurable workflows and portal services.
ZeOmega serves as a “true-north” partner for clients – offering flexible deployment and delivery models. Our innovative platform is designed to integrate workflow, analytics, content and communication capabilities.
We shift the focus from just looking at data and taking isolated and manual actions, to sharing information and taking cooperative, meaningful steps in an automated manner. As a result, we help you improve the quality and cost of healthcare, streamline operations and facilitate communication among stakeholders.
Designed primarily for fee-for-service models, traditional electronic health records will fail to provide solid population health management solutions unless there is a radical change in their underlying solution architecture. ZeOmega chief strategy officer, Nandini Rangaswamy, discusses the issue of trying to meet population health management strategies with a transaction-based EHR, or should health leaders being taking a different approach?
Opal ACOs Summit 2015
January 7-8, 2015
The Southeast ACO Expo will be full of learning and sharing opportunities for new and established ACOs, including presentations, round table discussion, an ACO workshop, and lots of collaboration with other ACOs. This will be an excellent chance to discuss the new CMS proposed rules with other ACO operators, and to identify providers for care coordination initiatives.
January 15, 2015
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida