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Kyruus News

Steward Health Care System Selects Kyruus® ProviderMatch™ to Optimize Patient Access and Referral Management

Boston, MA, January 14, 2015 – Kyruus, a leading provider of Patient Access and Referral Management Solutions, announced today that Steward Health Care System LLC (Steward) has selected Kyruus ProviderMatch to enable big data to drive patient-provider matching solutions across the Steward Health Care Network of approximately 3,000 primary care physicians and specialists. With the Kyruus technology platform in place, Steward referral specialists and care managers will more quickly, easily and accurately match patients with Steward providers best suited to meet their health care needs. As part of this partnership, Kyruus will also power the system’s online physician search tool on Steward.org to help patients identify and easily access Steward physicians in the network.

Topics: Information Access Transition Management Physicians Population Health Management Event News Data Big Data Physician Network Strategy Clients Hospitals Appointment Wait Times Patient Access

Houston Methodist Selects Kyruus® ProviderMatch™ To Improve Patient Access and Referral Management

Boston, MA, January 8, 2015 – Kyruus, a leading provider of Patient Access and Referral Management Solutions, announced today that Houston Methodist has selected its ProviderMatch suite of products to boost the efficiency and accuracy of patient referrals.

Topics: Information Access Physician Referrals Transition Management Physicians Population Health Management Event News Data Big Data Physician Network Strategy Clients Hospitals Appointment Wait Times Patient Access

System Failure: Kyruus Data Reveals the Shortcomings in the U.S. Healthcare Referral System

We are excited to announce that today we are releasing a major report that highlights the massive inefficiencies in the way that referrals are currently managed in the U.S. healthcare system. One of the key findings revealed that nearly 20 million times a year in the U.S., patients are sent to a “clinically inappropriate” provider—meaning they are not the right match to treat their condition.

Topics: Information Access Physician Referrals Transition Management Physicians Population Health Management referral misdirection physician shortage Referral Management Data Big Data Physician Network Strategy Patient Access