30 Great Places to Work 2021
Cutting-edge data analytics, if used properly, improves patient care in the health care system. With the change in health care toward outcome and value-based payment initiatives, analyzing available data to discover which practices are most effective helps cut costs and improves the health of the populations served by health care institutions. Ongoing health care analytics can help identify large patterns that lead to a greater understanding of population health. A system of interconnected electronic health records available to physicians helps provide detailed information that can help cut costs by reducing unnecessary care. Additionally, by identifying trends in population outcomes, prescriptive analytics can estimate individual patient costs; by doing so, the health care system can better allocate personnel and resources in order to reduce waste and maximize efficiency.
Covera Health is a leading clinical analytics company, pioneers quality-based solutions for payers and providers that reduce medical misdiagnoses and the high costs associated with poor outcomes. Covera Health’s Radiology Centers of Excellence Program operates in all 50 states. The company is building high-quality radiology programs for large employers and payers to ensure the right care for their patients through data analytics and provider collaboration. It is pioneering quality-based solutions for payers and providers that enable the measurement and delivery of high-quality care. The company's services include analyzing clinical datasets in unique ways to drive the emerging science of quality and partner with doctors to help them deliver, enabling employers and payers improve patient outcomes and reduce inappropriate healthcare spend.
Addressing a leading cause of wasted healthcare spending
Ensuring patients receive the right diagnosis is the most efficient way to improve outcomes and eliminate wasted spending. Covera Health empowers all stakeholders with proven quality analytics to make it happen. At Covera Health, they know firsthand that the wrong diagnosis can be just as life changing as the right one, and the company is committed to doing all they can to make it easier for doctors to tell the difference. The data the company collect helps them to match people with the most effective care from the start, improving outcomes and reducing the heavy burden of misdiagnoses on individual patients and the healthcare system at large. Covera Health’s first solution, an innovative Radiology Centers of Excellence Program, is now available to patients nationwide.
The Covera PSO allows us to further deepen their collaboration with these physicians, both to improve care for patients nationwide and to demonstrate the fundamental value of high-quality radiology in leading to better healthcare outcomes. Covera Health, the country’s leading provider of clinical analytics solutions to reduce medical misdiagnoses and improve healthcare quality, announced approval of its certification as a patient safety organization (PSO) by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), the lead agency charged with improving the quality and safety of America’s healthcare system. Medical misdiagnosis remains one of the most impactful and overlooked areas of the healthcare system. Covera Health’s data-driven approach to solving it is a critical lever in helping providers and payers improve patient outcomes.
The Visionary Leader Upfront
Ron Vianu is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Covera Health. He is a serial entrepreneur and problem-solver by nature. He has spent over 20 years founding ventures in the healthcare, technology, and insurance sectors. Ron studied Chemistry and Philosophy at NYU.
Prior to Covera Health, Mr. Vianu founded Spreemo in 2010. Under his leadership, Spreemo became the fastest growing referral management platform in the occupational medicine space, growing from six employees to a team of over 200 across offices in NYC and Dallas, and earning the company Deloitte's Fast 500 award two years in a row for the fastest growing technology businesses.