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Clinical, engineering and customer success teams tapped to share success metrics and best practices on companies’ integration capabilities for value-based care performance 

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – August 30, 2021 – Curation Health, a leader in advanced clinical decision support and value-based care adoption, announced today that three of its team members have been selected to present at the 2021 Epic App Orchard Conference to be held in October of 2021. 

Matt Lambert, M.D., chief medical officer; Shawn Boles, principal engineer; and Rebecca Hopkins, customer success manager; will present, App Implementation and Deployment Soup to Nuts,” Thursday, Oct. 7 at 3:15 p.m.

The presentation will cover how Curation Health helped customers successfully integrate and deploy the clinical decision support platform for use within the Epic App Orchard, including a technical walk-through, case studies of successful customer integrations, metrics, best practices and lessons learned.

“Curation Health is honored to be selected to present at the Epic App Orchard Conference. As health systems and provider organizations seek to improve value-based care adoption and performance, Curation’s ability to deliver high-fidelity and actionable insights to clinicians within the EMR is critical. By ingesting EMR, claims, and other third-party data through more than 750 clinical quality rules, the platform creates an efficient and scalable tech-enabled, value-based care workflow eliminating false positives that can hinder provider adoption,” said Kevin Coloton, founder and CEO, Curation Health.

“Our engineering, client success and clinical teams work collaboratively to ensure the highest level of innovation, communication and project management support for each customer, which results in consistent success metrics and value-based care adoption.”

The Curation Health platform is integrated with most leading electronic health record systems, including for use within the Epic App Orchard.  Integration capabilities are scaled for speed and measured in hours, not weeks or months.

Additionally in early 2021, Curation Health launched its Value-Based Care Advisory Services to help healthcare organizations transform care delivery. The services aim to drive success in risk-adjustment and quality initiatives by creating an actionable roadmap for value-based care, including technology infrastructure, resource planning, ROI analysis, change management and physician compensation.

Examples of Curation Health customer success metrics:

  • 9/10 Provider Net Promoter Score
  • 107 percent increase in year-over-year capture rates
  • 1:10 patients with a new confirmed, suspect hierarchical condition category (HCC)
  • 85 percent recapture rate (including suspect conditions)
  • $100 PMPM increase in Medicare Advantage revenue

For more information on Curation Health’s advanced clinical decision support platform for value-based care and advisory services, visit:

About Curation Health

Curation Health was founded by a team of healthcare veterans and clinicians to help providers and health plans effectively navigate the transition from fee-for-service to value-based care. Our advanced clinical decision support platform for value-based care drives more accurate risk adjustment and improved quality program performance by curating relevant insights from disparate sources and delivering them in real time to clinicians and care teams. With Curation Health, clinicians enjoy a streamlined, comprehensive clinical documentation process that enables better clinical and financial outcomes while simultaneously reducing clinical administrative burdens on providers. We take pride in combining the flexibility and speed of a startup with decades of leadership experience and know-how from roles in leading services companies including Clinovations, Evolent Health, and The Advisory Board Company. For more information on Curation Health, visit:


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