PODCAST: Validation Institute Showcased at WinterTech 2016

Health 2.0’s WinterTech 2016 took place on January 13th in San Francisco, CA during this year’s exciting 34th annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference. The Intel-GE Care Innovations’ Validation Institute was proud to be a sponsor and an exhibitor at this year’s WinterTech. Trein Schiffelbian, who runs the day-to-day operations for the Validation Institute, was in attendance and had an opportunity to speak with Gregg Masters of Health Innovation Media of Health Innovation Media.

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PODCAST: Validation Institute on PopHealth Week

Karissa Price, PH.D.
CMO, Care Innovations
Executive Director, Validation Institute

Karissa Price is a corporate entrepreneur and high energy, award winning professional with a proven record of creating and executing profitable growth strategies for ground level start-ups to Fortune 100 corporations. She is the Chief Marketing officer at Intel-GE Care Innovations and the Executive Director for the Validation Institute. In addition to being passionate about helping to reduce healthcare costs while providing better care, Dr. Price believes that technology, combined with consistent, high quality home care services, holds the key to some of our most pressing problems. She is also a firm believer that only through the utilization of valid measures producing valid outcomes can credibility be improved throughout the healthcare ecosystem.

Karissa was recently interviewed about the Validation Institute on PopHealth Week by Fred Goldstein and Gregg Masters. Click below to listen to the podcast of that interview…

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Getting the Real Story: Valid Performance Measures

If you want the real story about whether a wellness program or health product worked, you want valid, accurate measures. Getting the real story is the topic of this lively panel discussion at Health 2.0’s 9th Annual Fall Conference…

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The Validation Institute Boosts Credibility of Health Offerings

By Laurie M. Orlov, Industry Analyst, Aging in Place Technology Watch

Health industry claims of efficacy are not always accurate

At $1.7 trillion and 784,000 companies, the healthcare industry and its adjacent and ever-multiplying suppliers, consultants, new products, old products, services, is rich with claims about impact and evidence. A day doesn’t pass without an announcement of a new ‘study’ presenting ‘facts’ about products, treatments, therapies, and programs, not to mention the many new apps focused on wellness and coaching. Human resource executives face widespread assertions about the positive impact of wellness programs. Study result headlines can be big; claims of efficacy can be bigger — but studies may be small and correlations must be inferred…

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U.S. Preventive Medicine Receives Validation from the CI Validation Institute

ROSEVILLE, CA, July 21, 2015 – Today the CI Validation Institute announced that U.S. Preventive Medicine has completed the validation process.

U.S. Preventive Medicine is a leader in population health management and uniquely combines innovative wellness programs with health coaching and care management to help people get and stay healthier, improve their well-being, and require less costly medical treatment. The organization partnered with the CI Validation Institute to assess that it achieves significant event reduction and offers sound contractual metrics when validly measured.

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