New York, NY – Spreemo – a healthcare platform providing end-to-end patient management and evidence-based quality metrics – has joined Junto Health, allowing Spreemo access to the collective knowledge and resources of a diverse array of healthcare organizations. Spreemo will join fellow members in “cluster” discussions and engage in pilot projects to assess and develop market-driven solutions to shared challenges. In the coming months, under the Junto Health umbrella and along with others, Spreemo plans to launch a cluster focused on defining, measuring and tracking healthcare quality in patient care.
Most recently, Daniel Elgort, Ph.D. – VP of Healthcare Analytics and Research for Spreemo – joined over 75 executives, representing 40 organizations, at the UJA-Federation of New York for the Junto Health Spring Summit. Junto Summits are quarterly, invitation-only gatherings that bring together experts from across the healthcare ecosystem to learn from one another, connect with prospective partners and launch multi-stakeholder, co-development projects aimed at solving common industry challenges.
“We’re thrilled to join Junto Health as its members come together to tackle some of the greatest obstacles facing healthcare today. Engaging the latest technology and fostering close collaboration among providers, payers and policy makers are essential in revolutionizing the industry and improving patient outcomes,” said Elgort. “Its programs offer us a terrific opportunity to work with some of healthcare’s preeminent thinkers and experienced practitioners in collectively thinking through how to promote quality in patient care. We’re especially excited to tap into this knowledge base as we lead the cluster initiative.”
“As a member-driven organization, Junto Health is designed not only to connect stakeholders with shared interests, but also to identify resources to co-develop solutions at a lower cost than could be done in-house,” said Doug Hayes, CEO, Junto Health. “We believe talking about common challenges is great, but doing something about it is better. Members rolled up their sleeves during our Spring Summit and in eight qualified partnership clusters. Over the course of a single afternoon, every cluster was able to make a ‘Go/No-Go’ decision for future collaboration. This process saved countless hours of partnership development for our Members, and we will be working with Members to build momentum behind the projects they chose to launch.”