Abhinav Shashank is the CEO and Co-Founder at Innovaccer , one of the fastest growing big data and analytics company based out of silicon valley. Innovaccer recently raised $15.6 million Series A led by Westbridge Capital Partners.

The Magic of Breakthrough technology: A Case of Disrupting the Pediatric Space

Children have entirely distinctive needs as compared to adults. Care is delivered to them in a manner entirely different than adults by care teams that hardly ever double-up as providers for the elderly. In fact, we hear numerous stories of organizations that transformed their care delivery by fabricating children-specific strategies and have been really successful

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Beyond Interoperability: Data Activation and Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare

The world of healthcare is changing, and with it, our approach to understanding the concept of patients and doctors, ways of delivering care, and building a better relationship between every member associated with it is also changing. Like other industries, healthcare is also going through a major revolution, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands at the

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How can Marrying Healthcare and Artificial Intelligence Solve its Mystery of Rising Care Costs?

Healthcare is one of the fastest-growing segments of the digital universe, with data volumes expected to grow by 48% annually. Healthcare applications will be the principal driver of this data growth, with EHR penetration in the US already reaching over 80% and expected to reach 95% by 2020. In addition, the healthcare space has matured

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The Solution of Healthcare’s Cost Crisis Begins with Pediatric Care

The transformation to value-based care has mostly been led by Medicare, with 34% of traditional Medicare reimbursements already paid under an alternative payment model. And the transition has only just begun. However, this emphasis has left pediatric organizations struggling to apply value-based care to a very different population set. Children aren’t just ‘small adults’ Most

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