Abhinav Shashank is the CEO and co-founder of Innovaccer, a leading San Francisco based healthcare technology company. He built the foundation for Innovaccer’s success as a leader in population health management and machine learning-oriented healthcare solutions recognized by Gartner, KLAS, Forbes, Black Book Market Research, and others. Abhinav’s continued efforts and ambition enabled the company to flourish in health information technology in the U.S. and acquire over 25 healthcare organizations as customers, with more than 25,000 providers using Innovaccer’s solutions daily. His continued work and focused approach have resulted in the latest round of Series C investment led by Dragoneer, Tiger, Steadview Capital and M12, Microsoft’s venture fund.With his vision for seamless care delivery using unified patient records, Abhinav is now leading the team towards $1 billion in savings for U.S. healthcare. Additionally, Abhinav Shashank is an influential thought leader and a renowned author. Abhinav has published over 300 articles for various international media outlets, was bestowed a coveted spot in Forbes “30 Under 30 Asia 2017: Enterprise Tech” and was recognized by Becker's Hospital Review as one of the ‘Top 60 rising leaders in U.S. healthcare under 40’ in 2019.

Innovaccer Named In A Recent Gartner Report ‘Healthcare Technology Innovations for Identifying and Managing COVID-19 Patients’

Press Contact: Sachin Saxena                                   Innovaccer, Inc. 415-504-3851 The healthcare technology company that helps healthcare organizations care as one by using its innovative data activation platform.   SAN FRANCISCO, CA—May 04, 2020—Innovaccer Inc., a leading San Francisco-based healthcare technology

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KLAS Recognizes Innovaccer’s Data Activation Platform among the top technologies to succeed in Value-based care.

The report is focused on organizations that use their population health solution specifically for care management and Social Determinants of Health (SDOH). The report calls out Innovaccer for ‘strong data aggregation performance and nimble development.’ Value-based contracts and patient populations vary, so do the technology needs of provider organizations.  As participation in value-based contracts has

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The Interoperability Impact: Resolute to touch millions of lives in 2020

Achieving true interoperability across the care continuum has been a top priority for providers, payers, and other key stakeholders for more than a decade. The HITECH Act in 2009 saw providers move from paper-based records to EHRs. However, achieving 100% interoperability is still feat healthcare must achieve to realize coordinated and patient-centric care. Here’s a

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Healthcare on Cloud Nine: Top 8 Benefits of Healthcare-Cloud Merger

Rising healthcare promises have been tied to cloud technology in the most recent tech-talks of the town. While the majority of care providers are not holding their breath due to previous disappointments, we wanted to translate the often vague statements made into discrete simplified processes for healthcare. Healthcare is riding a wave of digital transformation

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Roadmap To Smart Hospital: Step-by-step Guide To The Future Of Care

When the concept of a digital hospital came into the picture, the initial goal was to shift physician practices from a paper-based approach to a more flexible electronic health record systems. For widespread adoption of Health IT, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC-HIT) was also set-up in 2004. Although the

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Chronic Care Management 101: How Providers Can Make A Remarkable Difference

The provider community strives day and night to improve patient outcomes and contribute to the dream of value-based healthcare. However, the complexity of chronic diseases renders strategies ineffective and prevents them from reducing available utilization. In the US, chronic diseases account for 75 percent of all healthcare spending, to the tune of $3.5 trillion. In

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