Adept and early adopters of digital technology and Health Cloud for over a decade. Our resources will continue to partner with organizations in public, private and non-profit health to transform, modernize and develop strategic roadmaps that realize positive health outcomes and ROI from Salesforce native and ecosystem products.
For over a decade, Gerent has partnered with commercial, public sector and non-profit health organizations to bring end to end Salesforce functionality, across enterprises in Health & Life Sciences.
We prioritize people, process and technology to design elegant, simplistic solutions to complex business problems. Through big data, automation and business intelligence, we enable the automation of business processes and provide data insights from Einstein Analytics while complying with industry regulations for Electronic Health Records (EHR).
Wholistic patient journey care management systems
Regulation compliance and reporting
Data driven business process flows
Social determinants of health factors that inform health care strategy
In-home care enablement
“I’m responsible for ensuring that all of the data is safe. That means that my team is responsible for keeping both our internal employees’ data safe, the data that our company creates and consumes, data that our company has received and also external data that we request and process to keep in-house or to provide to a third party. Before working in data, I was in the Police force and I know the importance of keeping things safe, so I protect this data just like my neighbors. As the VP of Data Security, I need a way to automate our company’s data policies, so that we can keep our data secure through infrastructure, software and outside data that we interact with.”
“I’m responsible for gathering and analyzing all available health data to determine insights that can be leveraged to automate business processes. This helps us provide the very best digital health care to our patients. We need innovative, digital, smart, health tech that allows our patients to become empowered and to be informed about their health care journey. Our new app, the Game of Life, allows our patients to ‘play the game of life’ and be rewarded for taking steps to progress to levels of health. Product development is a part of our innovation office and we take pride in our products; our apps have shown a direct correlation to increased patients’ health. Health tech can be used in so many different ways and need the tools and data to be able to explore and make a positive impact.”
“Market data drives our company’s strategy and mission, providing health care to our communities’ most vulnerable populations. As a health company, we have big data sets that drive our methodology. We partner with other health organizations, all levels of government, professional associations, universities and non-profits, to share big data sets to gather and track modifiable contributors to healthy outcomes.”
“Our government agency is on the front lines to ensure that there is an end-to-end approach to vaccine distribution that prioritizes patient categories from the most vulnerable population to ‘healthy’ people by partnering with global health organizations, pharmaceutical manufacturing, distribution and patient community public health organizations.”
Jim is a three-decade veteran of the healthcare industry and a fierce advocate for better patient experiences. He spent the first 23 years of his career working directly with patients as a registered nurse, then spent the following 8 providing more high-level support as a healthcare consultant. Today, Jim specializes in helping industry organizations design and implement cutting-edge digital solutions that enhance experiences for patients and providers alike.
Improvement by way of innovation has always been at the philosophical core of Medicare Advantage. Since its debut in the late 1990s, the program has sought to provide beneficiaries access to more comprehensive coverage and coordinated care and turn managed-care efficiencies into significant cost savings. However, reaping this potential is often easier said than done.
Many industries have benefited from the rapidly growing movement to digitalize over the past half dozen years or so.
Wherever you look, there is an ever increasing level of IT and operational technology at work behind the scenes, putting mountains of data to use.
So, it may seem odd to realize that the healthcare industry, which has perhaps more potential data than any other industry, has not yet fully grasped how to gather it and how to put it to its best use. That has resulted in fragmented healthcare where the patient has no clear idea of their road to health and the system has no clear idea of the patient.
In this episode, we examine how Health Cloud from Salesforce is bringing badly needed change to healthcare by gathering, analyzing, and leveraging health data from Electronic Health Records and many other sources so that medical practitioners can create a complete picture of a patient and develop the optimal treatment and care plan.
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