Biome Analytics Competing in Second Round of UCSF Digital Health Awards; Top 10 of More than 500 Entries
Partner News | Published: Tuesday, September 24, 2019 3:00 pm
Biome Analytics announced today that the UCSF Digital Health Awards committee advanced Biome Analytics to the Top 10 of ‘Best Patient Cost Savings’ category. Over 100 expert judges evaluated the entrants. This follows Biome’s recent awards for “2019 Healthcare Startups to Watch” and “Best Cardiovascular Care Product Engineers- USA”.
According to the UCSF Digital Health Awards guidelines, the awards, “are seeking to find the companies that promote the faster, better, cheaper healthcare by improving outcomes like shorter hospital stays, reduced patient and insurer cost, faster cures, and happier doctors and patients. We are looking for mature companies with in-market products that have been used by a minimum of 5,000 patients and have been verified in a validation study or clinical trial.
These awards showcase the new technologies that are dramatically improving healthcare through innovative means for the benefit of society and to reduce the onerous cost burden.”
“We are honored to be named to the 2nd round of these incredibly prestigious awards. This list reads like a who’s who of healthcare innovators, and it is a credit to the hard work and dedication of our team and clients. Most importantly, we are incredibly proud to compete in the “Best Patient Cost Savings” category," said Kate McGinley, Senior Vice President of Marketing & Strategy at Biome.
Biome’s analytics are changing the face of physician leadership. By enabling the user to control their own performance management, practicing physicians lead the transition in care delivery transformation, increasing patient access to better care. Client physicians are able to get value back for all of their time in EMRs—Biome provides the platform for answering physicians’ most important questions. The Biome solution presents driven insights from blended clinical, administrative, and cost data. Physician users leverage 200+ CV-performance specific analytics: slicing and dicing at physician, device, drug, facility, and process levels.