COLUMBUS, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Building upon its legacy as the leading suite of bundled payment and value-based contracting solutions for BPCI, PROMETHEUS Analytics®, and custom methodologies, Aver Inc. today announced that it has been certified by Altarum Institute’s Center for Payment Innovation on version 5.4 of the PROMETHEUS Analytics® methodology.
“The healthcare market continues to embrace value-based reimbursement for episodes of care as a means to control rising healthcare costs and improve healthcare quality,” said Nick Augustinos, President & CEO of Aver Inc. “With this recent certification, Aver will continue to help leading payers and providers build their bundled programs, improving the experience for patients and providers.”
“Our goal at Aver is to simplify value-based healthcare,” he said. “Integrating Aver’s industry-leading solutions and services with all 97 clinically-validated, ICD-10 compliant, PROMETHEUS Analytics® version 5.4 episode of care definitions will significantly advance and ease the process for payers. We work tirelessly to help healthcare payers and providers manage everything from design to operationalize their bundled programs, and will continue to deliver new bundled payment innovation in the marketplace.”
For more information on Aver solutions, visit www.aver.io.
About Aver Inc.
Aver’s dedicated team of healthcare experts, engineers, and analysts has designed — from the ground up — a patented system to simplify value-based healthcare. Aver has partnered with leading healthcare payers and providers to assess and operationalize their value-based contracting strategy. To date, Aver Inc. has analyzed more than $200 billion in claims; compared thousands of bundle configurations; and saved large payers, health systems, and other providers millions of dollars in value-based contracting. Aver has been focused on value-based payment innovation since its founding in 2010. Visit www.aver.io.
PROMETHEUS Analytics® is a registered trademark of Altarum Institute’s Center for Payment Innovation, formerly known as Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute (HCI3).