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Dr. Muhammad Zahid, VP of Clinical Operations of Alere Analytics, to Address Population Health in Accountable Communities at the National Forum on Data & Analytics

Alere Analytics, an Alere subsidiary specializing in analytics and clinical decision support (CDS) technology, today announced that VP of Clinical Operations, Dr. Muhammad Zahid will participate in an industry panel that highlights the importance of population health management in the current healthcare landscape at the 2014 eHealth Initiative National Forum on Data & Analytics. The conference, which is being held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington D.C. on May 20-21, will address how analytics can be leveraged to more efficiently manage clinical, financial and administrative decisions. During the conference, Alere Analytics will be showcasing the Company’s suite of provider and payer solutions at booth #7.

In Dr. Zahid’s panel discussion, he will address key challenges and opportunities of data use, integration, and quality improvement when utilizing clinical decision support to effectively manage populations. This is especially relevant in today’s healthcare practice, which is transitioning to a value-based system where reimbursement depends on meeting federal quality standards, and patient satisfaction continues to increase in importance. For risk-bearing organizations such as Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), the ability to segment patient populations and identify high-risk groups is essential for managing costs and maintaining the highest quality of care.

Information About Alere Analytics’ Industry Panel

Conference: 2014 eHealth Initiative National Forum on Data & Analytics

When and Where: Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 9:15 AM at Omni Shoreham Hotel’s Blue Ballroom

Track: Managing Population Health in Accountable Communities

Panelist: Dr. Muhammad Zahid, VP of Clinical Operations, of Alere Analytics

Panel Synopsis: Panelists will discuss the ways in which analytics can be leveraged to manage populations effectively, identify high-risk patients for targeted outreach, reduce costs, and improve patient health and satisfaction in risk-bearing organizations. Case studies, organizational challenges associated with implementing population health management measures, and future trends will be outlined by the panel as well.

If you are interested in learning more about Alere Analytics and our population health management solutions, please visit our website, www.AlereAnalytics.com. The Website offers a comprehensive overview of the Alere Analytics’ suite of innovative ACO, hospital and provider solutions, which includes our clinical surveillance, meaningful use, regulatory reporting, quality measures and infection control solutions.

About Alere Analytics

Alere Analytics provides the healthcare industry with unparalleled analytics and clinical decision support tools based on a single platform. The company’s analytics and decision support solution leverages one of the world's largest library of evidence-based medical knowledge and integrates seamlessly with existing hospital and laboratory information systems. It delivers intelligent and actionable information that helps to improve patient care, reduce errors and deliver better clinical outcomes. Alere Analytics’ customers include hospitals, healthcare providers, payers, EHR companies, systems integrators and government entities. Based in Lowell, Mass., Alere Analytics was formed as DiagnosisOne in 2003 by a team of physicians and healthcare IT professionals. In July 2012, DiagnosisOne joined Alere, a leading provider of near-patient diagnostics and health information solutions, and is now conducting business as Alere Analytics. For more information about the Company and its solutions, visit www.AlereAnalytics.com.

About Alere Inc.

By developing new capabilities in near-patient diagnosis, monitoring and health information technology, Alere enables individuals to take charge of improving their health and quality of life at home. Alere's global leading products and services, as well as its new product development efforts, focus on cardiology, infectious disease, toxicology and diabetes. Alere is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts. For more information regarding Alere, please visit www.Alere.com.

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