Lumeon Ranked Among the Top Ten Healthcare Data Interoperability Companies in the U.S., Demonstrating Continuous Innovation and Consistent Growth
Boston, MA – September 30, 2020 – Lumeon, the leader in care automation, has been recognized by Frost & Sullivan as a market leader in its Frost Radar™: US Healthcare Data Interoperability Market, 2020 report. Frost & Sullivan evaluated more than 50 U.S. healthcare data interoperability companies and ranked Lumeon among the top ten, based on its corporate growth potential and its ability to drive visionary innovation in enterprise-grade and modular healthcare data interoperability solutions.
“Lumeon’s flagship approach to care journey automation allows health systems to quickly extend investments in their EHR system,” said Frost & Sullivan Industry Principal, Koustav Chatterjee. “It streamlines patient and care team workflows to reach the patient wherever they are, using synchronous and asynchronous data exchange to quickly unlock patient data.”
The Frost RadarTM report highlights several key strengths for Lumeon, including:
- Its ability to revolutionize care coordination with a “care traffic control” solution that visualizes care plans, digitizes monitoring, and automates routine tasks to reduce manual intervention and save costs for providers.
- Automated care pathways for chronic disease, which include health plan eligibility assessments, appointment schedules, clinical tasks, disease- and patient-specific educational information, wellness reminders, and virtual coaching.
- Strong growth and tangible outcomes for customers, driven by its Care Pathway Management (CPM) platform. The CPM platform streamlines care delivery processes by connecting, coordinating, and automating care journeys across disparate settings. With the CPM platform, health systems can operate with predictability and efficiency, delivering optimal care to each patient while substantially lowering cost.
“Despite investments in Electronic Health Records (EHRs), care processes continue to be inconsistent and disjointed, creating overwhelming operational costs and a massive variance in outcomes,” said Robbie Hughes, Lumeon founder and CEO. “Our CPM platform augments and extends the EHR by incorporating crucial clinical and administrative data from other point solutions and devices. It allows providers connect the dots beyond their four walls, so they can consistently and predictably operationalize longitudinal plans of care that offer real-time, accurate views of patient progress.”
Hughes continued, “It’s an honor to be recognized in this Frost Radar report – a validation of our continued commitment to helping healthcare organizations take control of their end-to-end care delivery processes.”
Download a summary of the Frost RadarTM Lumeon profile here.