Diverse Group of Companies to Showcase Greater Madison’s Health Innovation Leadership at HIMSS

Region’s status as the HealthTech Capitol on display at industry’s biggest educational program and exhibition

MADISON, WI – A diverse, exciting group of Greater Madison healthtech companies will showcase their innovation at the 2019 HIMSS Global Conference & Exhibition taking place Feb. 11-15 in Orlando. The annual conference brings together more than 45,000 health information and technology professionals from around the world.

Greater Madison is a leader in health innovation thanks to a robust healthcare ecosystem featuring world-class research, the market leader in electronic health records and a strong network of payers, practitioners, manufacturers and entrepreneurs. The region is home to a national research-spending leader in the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as insurers, biotech and software companies, device manufacturers and many others. These strengths are among the reasons Madison was recently recognized by CBRE as a national leader in tech job momentum and by CompTIA as one of America’s “Top 20 Tech Towns.”

“HIMSS is the ideal platform for Greater Madison’s strength as a global leader in health innovation,” said Chamber President Zach Brandon. “The growing presence and diversity of Greater Madison companies at the industry’s largest educational program and exhibition center serve as yet more evidence of our region’s momentum.”

Some notable recent achievements from Greater Madison companies attending HIMSS include:

  • Bluetree Network’s new office includes space for their new Managed Services – Service Center program, an “Epic Smart” Help Desk that features agents trained on Epic and Bluetree’s specific customer workflows. Bluetree’s new website also features recently developed strategic programs, including their Managed Services – Epic Support program, three strategic revenue cycle programs and an “Expand Your Healthcare Presence” program that helps customers with Epic extension projects.
  • Datica launched two new products – its Cloud Compliance Management System (CCMS) and Compliant Kubernetes Service (CKS) – in 2018.
  • In 2018, healthfinch’s Charlie Practice Automation Platform supported more than 5,000 providers, served 1.7 million patients and processed more than eight million refill requests. This resulted in more than seven million provider minutes saved and more than 1.5 million care gaps identified.
  • HealthX Ventures has invested in 12 digital health startups, and their portfolio companies averaged 393 percent year-over-year revenue growth in 2018.
  • ImageMoverMD now offers its Uploader solution to health systems for free as a first step toward making CDs a thing of the past, while allowing providers to try out some of their other solutions and see the other ways medical imaging can improve.
  • Moxe has gone live with Convergence, the first end-to-end, fully integrated solution for HCC capture and for embedding insights into the EMR. Convergence is improving collaboration in healthcare while saving millions of dollars for connected health plans and health systems.
  • Nordic recently acquired Healthtech Consultants and entered the Canadian market, pushing their total employee count north of 1,000.
  • Redox nearly quadrupled its year-over-year annual revenue growth in 2018, increased its network by nearly 500 percent and was selected by Gartner as a 2018 Cool Vendor for the company’s innovative, impactful and pioneering work.

Here are profiles of several Madison-area healthtech companies and how to connect with them at HIMSS:

About Bluetree Network (HIMSS Booth #2187)

Bluetree is an Epic strategy and support firm that helps organizations maximize return on their Epic investment. Their 50/50 blend of Epic talent and operational visionaries combine to deliver the right balance of strategy, delivery and support, regardless of where customers are at in their Epic journey. Bluetree’s integrated approach helps healthcare organizations achieve their most complex organizational goals. Learn more at bluetreenetwork.com.

Bluetree is co-sponsoring an event with Instamed at Blue Martini on Feb. 12 and has an in-booth Happy Hour from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 13.

About Datica (HIMSS Booth #621)

Datica de-risks the cloud for digital health with software that manages all ongoing compliance and security burdens not covered by cloud service providers. Through its family of products, customers deploy cloud-native applications and integrate with EHRs. Datica is HITRUST CSF Certified and services all who handle PHI in the cloud, from startups to the Fortune 100. For more information, go to https://datica.com.

At HIMSS, Datica will be showcasing their entire product family: Compliant Kubernetes Service (CKS), Compliant Platform as a Service (CPaaS), Compliant Managed Integrations (CMI) and their newest solution, Cloud Compliance Management System (CCMS). They’ll be giving away MiiR cups and copies of their new book, Complete Cloud Compliance. Datica is also a showcased partner in the Microsoft Booth and is in the AWS booth for a presentation on preparing for a 2019 HITRUST assessment on AWS.

About Epic (HIMSS Booth #2159)

Epic’s integrated software spans enterprise clinical, access, revenue and analytics functions with a single patient-centered database – and provides an open platform for building on this foundation. The system lets care providers connect directly with patients and other organizations for improved population health. Roughly 200 million patients have a current electronic record in Epic. Learn more at www.epic.com.

About healthfinch (HIMSS Booth #2790)

healthfinch develops the Charlie Practice Automation Platform, which is designed to help reduce provider burnout, improve quality metrics and enhance patient satisfaction through streamlining routine, repetitive clinical workflows. By integrating with EMR systems and leveraging more than 1,000 evidence-based protocols, Charlie’s Refill Management and Visit Planning applications enable healthcare systems across the country to automate, delegate and simplify refill requests and visit planning tasks. Learn more at healthfinch.com.

healthfinch’s founder, Jonathan Baran, will be at the Allscripts booth at HIMSS on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 12 p.m. for a fireside chat about clinical delegation support. That same day, from 4-6 p.m., healthfinch will host a happy hour at their booth to celebrate clients, partners and prospects.

About HealthX Ventures

HealthX invests in digital health solutions and technology-supported services, seeking simple, cost-effective and scalable solutions throughout the healthcare ecosystem. Based within miles of Epic’s Madison, Wis., headquarters, HealthX provides unique value to its portfolio companies though extensive operational support, executive level network and deep industry knowledge. Learn more at healthxventures.com.

HealthX does not have a booth at HIMSS but will be attending several events hosted by Greater Madison companies.

About ImageMoverMD

ImageMover offers an imaging connectivity platform that allows health systems to transform their enterprise point-of-care imaging workflows and improve quality and cost of care while optimizing patient and provider experience. Learn more at www.imagemovermd.com.

To set up a meeting with ImageMover at HIMSS, email them at info@imagemovermd.com.

About Moxe (HIMSS Booth #6043)

Moxe Health solves communication for clinicians and health plans so they can collaborate in real time. Moxe’s interactive network lets health plans and health systems seamlessly and securely share the right information. Their solutions deliver the clinical and administrative data needed for everything from risk adjustment to HEDIS scores, Star ratings and more. See their solutions atwww.moxehealth.com/solutions/overview.

Moxe can be found at HIMSS at the UPMC Enterprises booth, #6043. Contact outreach@moxehealth.com to learn more.

About Nordic (HIMSS Booth #2579)

Healthcare organizations are challenged to deliver higher quality care at a lower cost. Nordic’s award-winning team provides consulting services focused on strategy, technology and operations, as well as managed services, that result in a stronger business with better patient outcomes. Learn more at nordicwi.com.

About Redox (HIMSS Booth #7861)

Redox accelerates the development and distribution of healthcare software solutions with a full-service integration platform to securely and efficiently exchange data. Healthcare delivery organizations and technology vendors connect once and authorize the data they send and receive across the most extensive interoperable network in healthcare. Redox exists to make healthcare data useful and every patient experience a little bit better. Learn how you can leverage the Redox Platform at www.redoxengine.com.

Redox will be co-hosting a HIMSS welcome party with ImageMover on Monday, Feb. 11. Full details can be found athttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/welcome-to-himss-tickets-54529835205?aff=redox.

For more details about Redox’s activities and events at HIMSS, visit https://www.redoxengine.com/himss19/.

About HIMSSHIMSS is a global advisor and thought leader supporting the transformation of health through the application of information and technology. As a mission-driven non-profit, HIMSS provides thought leadership, community building, public policy, professional/workforce development and engaging events to bring forward the voice of its members.

Founded in 1961, HIMSS encompasses more than 70,000 global individual members, 630 corporate members, and more than 450 non-profit organizations. Thousands of volunteers work through HIMSS to leverage the innovation of digital health to improve both the health of individuals and populations, as well as the quality, cost-effectiveness and access of healthcare. Headquartered in Chicago, HIMSS serves the global health information and technology communities with focused operations across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.  Learn more at www.himss.org.

About the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce:
The Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business with nearly 1,300 organizations – ranging from one-person shops to corporations with more than 10,000 employees – working to bring the Greater Madison area to its full potential. The Greater Madison region is a leader in innovation. From cutting-edge technologies to distinctive retail shops to inventive services and products, our members vary greatly but are united by the region’s entrepreneurial spirit. More information can be found atgreatermadisonchamber.com.

The Greater Madison Chamber led the launch of HealthTech Capitol (www.healthtechcapitol.com), an initiative sponsored by Godfrey & Kahn that is dedicated to positioning Greater Madison as the world-class leader for health innovation. The potential also exists for an even broader regional effort, which includes nearly 100 companies focused on delivery enhancement or technology around healthcare across the roughly 70-mile stretch between Madison and Milwaukee.


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