Healthcare leaders among Entrepreneur’s E360 2018 rankings

Among the fast-growing companies ranked in Entrepreneur’s E360 2018 rankings are Los Angeles-based Cloudbreak Health and Geneva Health Solutions.

Cloudbreak Health is a unified telemedicine platform dedicated to helping health systems and providers connect, communicate and care for their patients. Cloudbreak platform simplifies how providers care for patients, putting a full care continuum at their fingertips 24/7, removing distance and language barriers.

By combining a cloud-based platform and remote monitoring of implantable cardiac devices, Geneva Health Solutions transforms cardiac device data into actionable information to improve clinical workflow and patient care for cardiology practices across the country.

Read the full announcements:
Cloudbreak Health: Cloudbreak Health Named One of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” By Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2018 Entrepreneur360 List (BusinessWire)
Geneva Health Solutions: Geneva Health Solutions Named One of the “Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America” By Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2018 Entrepreneur360 List (BusinessWire)

 

Geneva Health Solutions and Ochsner Health System partner to bring innovation to Louisiana patients with cardiac device implants

Today, Ochsner Health System – a nationally-recognized healthcare system based in Louisiana – announced a new partnership with Geneva Health Solutions (GHS) – the leading device data management platform and remote monitoring service for implantable cardiac devices. This partnership marks the first time GHS cloud-based technology platform and remote monitoring service for patients with cardiac implants will be utilized in the region – Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. The GHS system will drive full automated scheduling and reporting in collaboration with Ochsner’s established electronic medical record (EPIC).

“We are honored to be selected by Ochsner to deliver a high caliber remote monitoring service to their patients and help become an extension of Ochsner’s hardworking device clinic team,” said Yuri Sudhakar, CEO of GHS. “The data deluge from these devices can overwhelm cardiac practices, physicians and staff. With our platform and service, cardiology practices can focus on their patients, not data management.”

Read coverage highlights below:
Ochsner Adds Remote Patient Monitoring for Cardiac Implant Patients (mHealth Intelligence)
Geneva Health partners with Ochsner in remote cardiac monitoring (FierceBiotech)

December 19th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , |

Geneva Health Solutions hits critical milestones driving growth; predicts cardiac data explosion in 2019

Geneva Health Solutions (GHS), the leading cloud-based technology platform and service for managing data from implantable cardiac devices, announces triple-digit revenue growth in 2018, an indicator of the explosive growth of implantable cardiac device data expected in 2019. This year, GHS has also tripled its client base and workforce, quadrupled the number of devices being monitored through its service and increased its revenue more than ten-fold.

“Data deluge from implanted cardiac devices has hit critical mass for cardiac practices, physicians and staff, and our ability to become an extension of their team and implement an effective remote monitoring program is truly improving patient care,” said Yuri Sudhakar, CEO of Geneva Health Solutions. “Armed with actionable information every day, cardiologists can pro-actively reach out to patients with device issues and arrhythmias like atrial fibrillation and heart failure diagnostics well in advance of a significant health problem.”

Read the full announcement: Geneva Health Solutions Hits Critical Milestones Driving Growth; Predicts Cardiac Data Explosion in 2019 (BusinessWire)

 

December 12th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , |

Geneva Health Solutions launches Geneva University

Geneva Health Solutions (GHS), the leading cloud-based technology platform and service for managing data from implantable cardiac devices, has formalized its internal training systems by launching Geneva University, a business unit within GHS. Geneva University will be focused on the continuous improvement of all clinical and administrative processes.

“Implantable cardiac device remote monitoring requires distinct data analytics skills to properly review arrhythmia data,” said Yuri Sudhakar, CEO of GHS. “Geneva University enriches the skillset of our cardiac device technicians, so they can achieve the highest standards in cardiac remote monitoring.”

October 11th, 2018|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , |