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Press Release Arcadia in Built In’s 100 Best Places to Work in 2023
Arcadia (arcadia.io), the leading data analytics platform for healthcare, announced today that it has earned inclusion in Built In’s 100 Best Places to Work in 2023. The emphasis on culture, diversity, and inclusiveness at Arcadia contributed to its overall rankings of No. 39 in Boston and No. 56 in Chicago. Arcadia also received recognition in the category of Best Midsize Companies to Work for; No. 19 in Boston and No. 27 in Chicago.
Press Release Arcadia partners with Rush Health to drive clinically integrated network performance
Leveraging Arcadia’s population health management platform, Rush Health has united four hospitals, 140 practices and 2,300 providers and implemented a quality improvement program that has enhanced care and financial value through better performance in fee-for-value payment models covering more than 150,000 patients. In 2020, Rush Health’s ACO delivered Medicare cost savings of $19.8 million, earned $9.6 million in shared savings, and achieved a quality score of 97%.
Press Release Arcadia stands out among peers according to KLAS Research
Widely-respected independent analyst firm KLAS Research just published their Population Health Vendor Overview 2021 report, recognizing Arcadia for our “customer experience, market energy, and breadth of PHM capabilities”.3 “Their customers include some of the country’s largest healthcare organizations and some of the organizations most aggressively pursuing value-based care practices,” reported KLAS.