WASHINGTON, DC USA -- POPULATION HEALTH UPDATE NEWS SERVICE -- JULY 20, 2020: Learn how eQHealth Solutions' unique approach to Population Health Management helps organizations eliminate niche' and disjointed solutions and become more effective with their population health initiatives. Utilizing their comprehensive technology and community-based services for optimization of whole person health and organizational health, eQHealth has proven to support organizations reduce unnecessary spending, decrease operational costs, create healthier members and improve clinical effectiveness. Their innovative technology features AI and machine learning that has been built around their extensive clinical foundation.
eQHealth Solutions is improving the health and well-being of individuals and communities they serve through the industry's most comprehensive, innovative, and integrated technology platform by providing excellence in IT and setting the industry standard for compassionate clinical care. We are committed to delivering unparalleled financial and operational outcomes and unrivaled quality that enable us to positively impact the future health of our clients' business and ultimately, the value of healthcare as a whole. eQHealth serves a variety of entities including federal, state and commercial payers and other at-risk organizations.
by Mayur Yermaneni, Chief Growth and Strategy Officer - Thought Leader in Innovative Population Healthcare Analytics.
Having over 20 years of experience in public and private health services industry, Mayur Yermaneni is responsible for the vision and strategic direction of eQHealth Solutions and the continued development of eQHealth's product and service lines while ensuring alignment with established corporate goals.
Yermaneni designed and developed eQHealth's current medical management services model and is also responsible for its end-to-end management. As chief business developer, he led the growth of eQHealth Solutions from $15m to approximately $50m in revenue and expanded its footprint from 8 states to 45. Yermaneni also led the acquisition of a key contract with the state of Vermont resulting in eQHealth achieving the first CMS certified care management system in the United States.
Yermaneni earned an M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from he University of Akron and an MBA from Kellogg School of Business, Northwestern University.** He also holds over 40 intellectual and property medical device patents.