January 13, 2020
In Q4, Arcadia also closed a fully-subscribed growth equity investment of $29.5M led by Cigna Ventures and augmented by existing shareholders.
January 9, 2020
Arcadia has been named as a Leader in population health management in the IDC MarketScape: U.S. Population Health Management 2019 Vendor Assessment (Doc# US44263219, October 2019).
December 19, 2019
Arcadia customers also laud platform’s data integration abilities across care settings to coordinate care2 Burlington, MASS. (Dec. 19, 2019) – Value-based care technology leader Arcadia (www.arcadia.io) announced today that highly-regarded third-party analyst KLAS Research recognized its population health management platform Arcadia
December 12, 2019
Arcadia customers received 2.5x the average bonus of other MSSP ACOs in 2018
November 5, 2019
Clinical Research News reporter Deborah Borfitz recently interviewed the chief information officer of Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization (now Beth Israel Lahey Health Performance Network). Bill Gillis, MS explained how Arcadia has enabled the ACO’s success: More than 40 EHR
November 5, 2019
Population health management leader to work with behavioral health organization to unify data and generate insights to improve patient outcomes Burlington, Mass./New York City, NY (November 5, 2019) – Population health management leader Arcadia (www.arcadia.io) announced today a partnership with
October 31, 2019
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October 1, 2019
The team at Medical Economics followed up by asking health IT leaders how technology might help address the issue of physician burnout. One of the contributors was physician-leader Rich Parker, MD, chief medical officer at Arcadia.
September 17, 2019
As more health systems recognize the value of care management programs, they may find that traditional utlization-based or morbidity-based algorithms are insufficient in helping them identify the patients most likely to benefit from care management. In an exclusive article for For