Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Identify Patients Who are at Risk of Chronic Diseases

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Lightbeam offers an artificial intelligence (AI) healthcare engine which incorporates machine and deep learning with clinical informatics to help providers, payers, and patients transform the healthcare experience. Our dynamic AI engine enables providers to identify and manage patients who are at risk of common chronic diseases such as:

Diabetes

Diabetes

Identification of characteristics that predict near term or future diabetes

Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular Disease

Prediction and management of common cardiac diagnoses such congestive heart failure

Machine Learning allows for earlier clinical intervention and introduction to payers, health systems, physician groups, and community health programs to dramatically reduce future costs and generate additional revenue while improving quality of care for the patient.

Machine Learning Benefits

  • Prevent future costs associated with common chronic diseases
  • Boost revenues through optimizing HCC coding
  • Prevent unnecessary utilization
  • Improve patient quality of life

“This partnership is instrumental in our growth strategy. Lightbeam has been a pivotal tool that has allowed us to shift from fee-for-service to value-based care much faster than we otherwise could have.”

Jeffrey Nelson, CIO - Millennium Physician Group

Meet clients who are already saving with Lightbeam.

Millennium FL In the 2017 performance year, Millennium Physician Group's Track 3 ACO earned an impressive $29.7 million in shared savings.
Rio Grande Valley TX In the 2015 performance year, Rio Grande Valley Health Alliance saved $8.6 million leveraging Lightbeam’s Population Health Solutions.
South Bend Clinic IN Since implementing Lightbeam, The South Bend Clinic increased their MA star rating from 4.1 to 4.6 and improved their HCC coding by 12%.
Maury Regional TN Serving six primary counties, Maury Regional Health is the largest healthcare provider between Nashville and Huntsville, Alabama.