Medisolv Launches Innovative AI-Powered Value Maximizer Software Powered by Microsoft Azure
Columbia, MD, July 9, 2020 — The ability to forecast a hospital’s performance and link it to payments three years into the future is invaluable for healthcare organizations. Today, Medisolv announced the launch of a new predictive analytics product called Value Maximizer powered by Microsoft Azure. This innovative software uses machine learning and predictive modeling to forecast a hospital’s performance and future years’ payments in three CMS value-based programs — Hospital Acquired Condition Reduction, Hospital Readmission Reduction and Hospital Value-Based Purchasing.
Commenting on the need for a breakthrough like the Value Maximizer, Medisolv CEO Dr. Zahid Butt said, “The market has been hungry for a product that could harness the power of AI technologies which forecast future performance and link it directly to payments. Having a deep integration with Microsoft Azure provides critical information to hospitals to help them dramatically improve value-based care.”
Microsoft Director of Healthcare Experiences David Houlding said, “Azure empowers Medisolv to deliver solutions that enable hospitals to focus more on their patients and less on figuring out how to maximize their reimbursements. The Value Maximizer solution addresses the healthcare industry’s need for valuable predictive analytics and enables customers to take advantage of the flexibility and enterprise-grade reliability that Azure provides."
The Value Maximizer features the ability for users to not only forecast their overall clinical and financial performance, but also to drill down within each program and see the financial impact at the individual measure-level. It also includes a powerful simulation feature where advanced algorithms display the optimal clinical performance needed to achieve future financial goals, allowing organizations to proactively focus performance improvement activities on the most important measures.
Erin Heilman is the Marketing Director for Medisolv, Inc.