Tis the season to be thankful, and thankful we are indeed at CommonWell. From announcing our expansion of services nationwide to the strong influx of interest from the industry to become a member of CommonWell, we are well positioned for a very fruitful 2015.
In keeping with celebrating the addition of our newest members, I am pleased to share we have added three new General Members.
New General Members
CitiusTech is a leading healthcare technology services and solutions provider, partnering with more than 50 health care organizations worldwide. With extensive capabilities in health care technology, CitiusTech provides its customers with software product engineering, professional services, and business intelligence solutions. CitiusTech’s BI-Clinical, an advanced healthcare BI/Analytics platform, is used across 3,800 locations across the US.
Influence Health (formerly MEDSEEK) is a multi-dimensional company, providing solutions for enterprise and clinical content management, predictive analytics and patient engagement. A pioneer in deploying personalized solutions for individual patients, Influence Health helps hospitals guide people down a personalized path so the organization can achieve its strategic goals.
Wellcentive is an industry leader in end-to-end population health management (PHM) solutions that are cloud-based, scalable and customized to meet the needs of providers, health organizations, payers and employers. Its technology, insight and services help organizations aggregate disparate data, measure and report performance and implement actionable workflow to drive value-based care and reimbursement.
These three new General Members are a great representation of the continued openness of CommonWell to all segments of the health care industry. If your organization is interested in becoming a member of CommonWell, please check out our Membership Information page and share your interest via our Membership Contact Form.
Nick Knowlton, vice president, business development – Brightree, serves as CommonWell’s Membership Committee chair.lB sLey WLI