We started Jvion with a concise mission—use algorithms and data to save lives. And every day we ask ourselves, “how can we apply our solutions to improve the health of individuals and the community?” For us, the value in what we do isn’t tied to the sophistication of our technologies; it is tied to the lives that we save and the health outcomes that we improve. At our heart, we are a clinical algorithms company. Our model leverages advanced statistics and machine intelligence to predict events that happen within a hospital. We transform these events into the clinical and financial use cases that comprise our solution and deliver predictive capabilities to help hospitals: Prevent patient-level disease through real-time analytics Aggregate risk to understand community health threats from a patient-level risk perspective Predict and prevent potential reimbursement losses Understand enterprise and clinical performance relative to their peers and the industry These insights are enabling providers to better prioritize care efforts, target interventions, and focus patient care so that health outcomes are improved and waste is reduced.
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Type
Private
HQ
Duluth, US
Founded
2011
Size (employees)
51 (est)+7%
Website
jvion.com
Jvion was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Duluth, US
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Jvion Office Locations

Jvion has an office in Duluth
Duluth, US (HQ)
250 11555 Medlock Bridge Rd
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Jvion Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2011

Total Funding

$8.9 m

Latest funding size

$8.90 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago
Jvion's latest funding round in March 2016 was reported to be $8.9 m. In total, Jvion has raised $8.9 m
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Jvion News and Updates

AI vs. COPD: Organizations bet on machine learning to improve lives

The COPD Foundation, Geisinger, GSK and Jvion join force avoid hospitalizations and prevent inpatient readmissions for patients with these chronic conditions.

Jvion, Mayo Clinic release cognitive computing appliance to reduce avoidable patient deaths

Bedside Patient Rescue offers a view into patient risk and next steps to avoid adverse health events, the organizations said.
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