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29Sep, 2021

Published: Accuracy of the Veterans Health Administration COVID-19 Index for predicting short-term mortality among cohort of academic medical center and Medicare patients

The Veterans Health Administration COVID-19 (VACO) Index predicts 30-day all-cause mortality in patients with COVID-19 using age, sex and pre-existing comorbidity diagnoses. The VACO Index was initially developed and validated in a nationwide cohort of US veterans—we now assess its accuracy in an academic medical centre and a nationwide US […]

21May, 2021

Congrats to Our Tech Titans

Extending a hearty congratulations to our very own Tech Titans, Sanju Bansal, Aneesh Chopra and Dan Ross who have been recognized among “the most important and innovative leaders in Washington’s digital economy” by Washingtonian magazine.

19May, 2021

CareJourney is Red Hot!

For the second year in a row, CareJourney has been named to DCA Live’s Red Hot Company list. This recognition reflects the Washington DC metro area’s “fastest growing and most exciting companies.”

03May, 2021

Rush University Medical Center creates COVID-19 analytics hub on AWS

Rush University Medical Center embraced cloud transformation for internal operations and organizational needs as well as in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Rush analytics team worked with the city of Chicago department of public health to create a working reference implementation of a cloud-based public health analytics hub. This […]

30Apr, 2021

FLASH INTERVIEW — Cost-effective, clinically relevant analytics

CareJourney is a leading provider of cost-effective, clinically relevant analytics for value-based networks and currently supports leading ACOs across the US in achieving their shared savings goals. We do this by combining claims data with other openly available data sets and research-based, open algorithms. Whether you are just starting on […]

20Apr, 2021

How Has Medicare Spending Changed During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Researchers at the Commonwealth Fund and CareJourney analyzed changes in monthly spending by the traditional Medicare program between January and October 2020. The new data show how traditional Medicare spending changed among selected beneficiary groups during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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