Persivia Announces Distribution Agreement with Henry Schein for its Artificial Intelligence-Based Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS)

LOWELL, MA — May 08, 2018 — Persivia, whose software employs artificial intelligence (AI) to enable earlier clinical interventions and superior cost management, announced today a distribution agreement with Henry Schein Medical Systems, Inc., developers of MicroMD® practice management and electronic medical records software (MicroMD EMR) for medical practices and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Henry Schein, Inc. Henry Schein will distribute Persivia’s health care data analytics software to its medical customers. Persivia’s Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS), powered by the SolitonTM AI engine, will enable MicroMD EMR to deliver real-time, evidence-based alerts, guidelines, and protocols to clinicians to improve clinical quality measure scores (including MIPS, CPC+ and ACO quality measures) and reduce costs. “As the emergence of artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies reshape decision making in clinical ... read more

Population Health, Care Management & Clinical Surveillance at the Heart of HIMSS 2015 Buzz

CEO Mansoor Khan
CEO Mansoor Khan

CEO Dr. Mansoor Khan Provides His Observations from the Show Floor
Q: What did you take away as the biggest changes ahead for the healthcare industry in 2015?
A: Population health management and how providers and clinicians can more effectively manage patients, and their data, were some of the main issues that I had addressed at the show. In the past, we had focused on the provider data, which essentially was "dirty data" that needed better ways to be captured, normalized and then interoperate across healthcare systems and into clinical workflows. But on the horizon, the biggest challenge will be around ... read more

Improving Care Collaboration and Making Data Available and Actionable across the Connected Healthcare System 

Dr. Fauzia Khan
By Fauzia Khan, MD, FCAP

The mandate to embrace technology has been driven by federal government regulations, as well as disruption of the traditional fee-for-service model. Although we have started to embrace this model in the clinical world, what if these technology platforms could also be effectively used across the entire continuum of care, from the hospital to the home? Over the past decade, technology innovations have continually pushed the boundaries in the healthcare industry.  According to a CDC ... read more