Healthcare software-as-a-service company, Health Data Vision, Inc. (HDVI) has expanded its presence in Glendale, opening a newly renovated 4,000 sq. ft. office just blocks from the Americana on West Broadway.
Jay Ackerman, President & CEO of HDVI, said: “We launched this office to support the growth of our executive, client services, and
product development teams. This new space builds on the success and foundations of our current client operations in the same building, and reflects our need for expanded hiring to support business growth. We are relaunching our SaaS platform, MRCS, in the Fall to provide innovative tools that solve government health plans’ Risk Adjustment and Quality Improvement requirements. We are bullish about our solution and need space to support our growing team.”
Kevin Owens, VP of Product, added: “MRCS launched to customers in 2011. Between then and now, we attracted numerous customers that helped us further develop the product to meet the unique needs of Medicare Advantage, Medicaid and Commercial ACA health plans. Over the past year, we have migrated our core services to Amazon Web Services, launched an iOS mobile app, and released key innovations to customers, all while tripling medical record volume. Now we are ready for a product refresh and our customers are eagerly awaiting this innovation."
Kevin continued: “I am very excited to be part of such a customer-centric organization as HDVI. I am looking forward working in our space that was designed to encourage collaboration, and rapid innovation. We are excited to build our team in
Glendale by attracting individuals who want to make a difference in healthcare. Together, we will change how technology is being used to retrieve, access, and review medical records in support of advancing value-based care.”
Over the last two years, HDVI has grown from supporting 6 health plans to currently over 30 plans. In this same timeframe, medical record volume on our SaaS platform has more than tripled. We are confident that our platform can scale to assist health plans in taking increased ownership of mission critical initiatives in Quality and Risk Adjustment.