Symphony Teleca Corporation, a global innovation and development services company, will demonstrate its portfolio of innovative healthcare analytics solutions at AHIP’s Institute 2013 conference (Booth #130), which takes place in Las Vegas, June 12-14, 2013.

Symphony Teleca will debut its Healthcare Innovation Lab, a real-world demonstration and showcase of powerful healthcare analytics solutions that are changing the way healthcare is administered, analyzed and improved for better patient outcomes and provider profitability. To develop solutions for a broad range of healthcare applications,

Symphony Teleca’s Innovation Lab accesses a proprietary longitudinal database of medical information on more than 160 million patients to create a multi-axis view of patient history and potential outcomes. Symphony Teleca’s healthcare analytics solutions are built upon Symphony RPMTM, a powerful technology platform with closed-loop analytics capabilities for building pre-configured solution templates that can be easily customized for specific analytics use cases.

Symphony Teleca will feature several solutions as part of its showcase at the conference. These include:
Population health management and medical costs analysis, featuring SymPARRtm, a predictive risk-scoring model which uses historical data and a patient’s current condition to predict the likelihood of readmission
Product pricing and profitability analytics solution built on SymphonyRPMTM, with forecasting and scenario analysis
Data integration and data analytics using SymphonyRPMTM , highlighting the operationalization of analytics in large enterprises
During the conference, Paddy Padmanabhan, SVP, Global Healthcare Practice Leader for Symphony Teleca will present a case study and discuss ways in which organizations can use predictive analytics to generate critical insights that will result in improved care delivery, and lower healthcare costs. The session will take place on Thursday, June 13, 2013 from 5:00-5:30 p.m.

“The healthcare industry is in the midst of major transformation and reform,” said Paddy Padmanabhan, SVP, Global Practice Leader, Symphony Teleca. “As the industry confronts the costs of medical care, the consumerization of healthcare and margin pressures, analytics will be key to solving these issues. At this year’s Institute conference, Symphony Teleca will showcase innovative solutions that are helping healthcare organizations – from payers to providers — evolve their businesses through the use of analytics while providing more affordable, personalized, and effective healthcare.”