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Quantia, Inc. Seeks Forward-Thinking Health System Leaders to Be Early Adopters of Its Physician Engagement Platform

Quantia, Inc. (Quantia), a pioneer in physician engagement and alignment, today announced that it is seeking innovative and progressive health system executives to join its Early Adopter Program, which already includes several of the top-rated hospitals and health systems in the country. Quantia is pursuing health system Chief Medical Officers and Clinical Integration Officers who are looking for new and more effective ways to engage their providers. The goal of the Early Adopter Program is to quantify the performance impacts gained from using Quantia’s platform while also offering important insights about addressing this industry challenge.

Quantia provides an effective vehicle for health system leaders to engage and align providers around important clinical, operational, and financial objectives. The cornerstone of the platform is the company’s online physician community, QuantiaMD, where more than 225,000 physicians learn from experts, ask them questions, and collaborate. QuantiaMD’s engagement with physicians is at an all time high with members completing 10,000 content segments per day and spending an average of 20 minutes per session on the platform.

Health system leaders participating in the Early Adopter Program can expect greater physician engagement levels that will ultimately lead to improved clinical alignment and financial performance. Participants in the Early Adopter Program will also receive:

  • Compelling financial incentives
  • An enterprise license to QuantiaMD
  • The opportunity to be an industry leader in addressing this important challenge
  • Organization promotion via industry conferences, publications and physician-centric initiatives

“The triple aim of healthcare reform – lower costs, higher quality, better outcomes – is tied directly to physician decisions, but health systems struggle to engage their providers in ways that positively impact decisions,” said Mike Coyne, Quantia CEO. “Our platform uses advanced engagement science to package and deliver information so providers will absorb it and apply it to practice. We pride ourselves on helping physicians do their jobs better and improve care, so we are excited to offer this opportunity to forward-thinking leaders working towards that same goal.”

With the help of nationally-recognized experts representing all top 20 hospitals in the U.S., Quantia has developed thousands of content segments that support any healthcare initiative, such as improving quality, reducing costs, and increasing patient satisfaction. This content can be targeted down to the individual provider to optimize health system performance.

Health systems interested in participating in the Early Adopter Program can visit quantia-inc.com/health-systems or contact Maureen Ladouceur, Vice President of health systems products, marketing and services at Quantia. She can be reached by phone at (610) 505-2855 or by email at [email protected].

About Quantia

Quantia is a pioneer in physician engagement and alignment. Its robust platform and online physician community, QuantiaMD, enables principal participants in healthcare to engage providers in high-value interactions that lead to true engagement and alignment. To achieve this, Quantia’s platform uses advanced engagement science to package and deliver information so providers will consume it, internalize it, and apply it to practice. By giving providers the information they need in a format they value, Quantia helps its clients – organizations such as health systems and life sciences companies – improve performance and make care more efficient and effective. Learn more at www.quantia-inc.com.

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