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Innovative collaboration equips ACOs, palliative care, and home healthcare providers with data and insights to predict medical problems before they occur and avoid unnecessary ED and hospital stays.
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Using pulseData’s risk stratification tool, Vytalize Health is helping its primary care practices identify Medicare patients at risk of bad events, triage care, and allocate limited resources.
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The leading trade association serving independent and integrated physician associations, the IPA Association of America (TIPAAA), just selected Vytalize Health as their preferred partner for Medicare ACOs.
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Vytalize Health announced today that it’s offering a new digital behavior change program, Wellth, to their members who are managing chronic conditions. The partnership with Wellth is being launched out of the Vytalize Innovation Lab. The platform was created to attract and deploy leading digital health solutions in a value-based environment. 
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Vytalize Health, a leading provider of value-based healthcare, has agreed to acquire MedPilot, a leading digital health platform. The acquisition brings Vytalize a unique, end-to-end patient engagement capability to manage its 65,000 Medicare patients and $1 billion of medical spending. Vytalize Health's mission is, "To accelerate the world's transition to value-based care by taking care of the doctors who take care of us." Together, the combined companies aim to transform the $250 billion independent primary care provider Medicare market.1
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Faris joins The Intrepid Now podcast to discuss how Vytalize Health is bringing their unique model of telemedicine to New York City.
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Get to know how Vytalize came to be in our interview with HealthTech Base.
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Vytalize Health announced that it has made three strategic hires.
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Listen in as Faris Ghawi discusses the future of primary care and it's relationship to Medicare on the Investor Connect podcast.
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Meet the top startups raking in the most VC cash as they seek to reshape an invisible part of healthcare that's more important than ever.
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