BOSTON – October 5, 2020Lumeon, the leader in care automation, today announced that its Care Transitions Management solution received a silver award for Most Innovative Product of the Year in the Healthcare and Medical category of the 8th Annual Best in Biz Awards International®.

Following two award wins earlier this year in the American Business Awards® and the International Business Awards®, Lumeon’s Care Transitions Management solution has been awarded for the third time, recognized for its holistic approach to automating and coordinating patient care journeys from the point of discharge.

Lumeon’s Care Transmissions Management solution enables smoother care transitions by helping health systems focus their resources on patients most at risk for readmission. Using readmission risk scores and an understanding of the patient context, it allows providers to automatically coordinate follow-up appointments, transfer key information to post-acute providers, distribute personalized discharge instructions, and monitor patient recovery.

These capabilities are enabled by Lumeon’s unique pathway engine, allowing care transition blueprints to be rapidly localized and deployed to health systems’ unique organizational structures, care settings makeup, and health payer contracts.

“Preventable hospital readmissions continue to be a huge problem for health systems. They can significantly impact providers’ operating margins while also harming the patient’s overall care experience, and even outcomes,” said Lumeon CEO Robbie Hughes.  “The challenge with addressing this problem to date has been freeing up resource to give the appropriate support to those that need it, whilst keeping the lower risk patients on track.  Lumeon brings a unique approach that accomplishes this in a way that’s coordinated, automated, and personalized, ensuring continuity in care with the most efficient use of resources.”

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About the International Best In Biz Awards

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