GREENWICH, Conn., May 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Cedar Gate Technologies, a value-based care performance management analytic company, was one of four companies to receive a Cool Vendor designation in Gartner's April, 2017 "Cool Vendors in Health-Value Management for U.S. Healthcare," report.
Every year, Gartner selects sets of Cool Vendors – up-and-coming technology providers across a wide range of industry and functional domains. These vendors' innovative technologies, value propositions and business models may not be suitable for every enterprise's needs.
This year's Cool Vendors share a common theme of leveraging a new technology to provide an innovative new offering or solution that address payer's most pressing problems.
"We are very pleased Gartner has designated us as a Cool Vendor in this year's report," says David B. Snow Jr., CEO of Cedar Gate Technologies. "Our ISAAC™ platform's unconventional application of predictive and prescriptive analytics to value-based performance management sets it apart from population health management companies. ISAAC™ aims to improve healthcare delivery systems – in essence fixing-the-healthcare-factories – instead of chasing individual patients. Each fix will improve the quality-of-care for thousands of patients and save millions of dollars."
ISAAC™ is a cloud-based, SaaS platform that utilizes claims and other data accessed from any source. Payers, providers and self-insured employers use it to optimize risk-based contracts, reduce medical spend, improve medical loss ratios and improve provider network and clinical performance – all on a single platform.
About Cedar Gate Technologies
Cedar Gate Technologies ("Cedar Gate") is an innovative, advanced analytic computing company founded in 2014 by David B. Snow Jr., a nationally recognized Fortune 50 healthcare CEO, in partnership with the private equity firm GTCR. GTCR has committed equity capital from GTCR Fund XI, a private equity fund with $3.85 billion of limited partner commitments, to support Cedar Gate's strategy, including acquisitions of technology solutions that support the healthcare industry's transition to value-based care.
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To learn more about Cedar Gate Technologies, visit www.cedargate.com.
Jack A. Smith
Cedar Gate Technologies
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