Edgility, Inc. announces inclusion by Frost & Sullivan as a contender in their Global Hospital Command Centers analysis. This inclusion is a major acknowledgment of Edgility’s mission to “Drive Better Health through Smarter Operations.”
“This recognition validates our unique ability to align people, process, and technology with smart design and a Cognitive Data platform into a Smart Operations framework,” says Dr. Balaji Ramadoss, Co-founder, and CEO of Edgility. “We are defining a new market category for Smart Operations.”
According to Sam Brown, Vice President, Operations & Logistics at University Hospitals health system in Cleveland, OH, “UH believes operational improvement begins with an integrated management operating philosophy enabled by orchestrating outcomes. Edgility helps UH solve process fragmentation by harmonizing disparate activities and information sources in real-time using advanced data streaming, AI, and algorithmic innovations. Their inclusion in F&S’s report is a noteworthy acknowledgment of Edgility’s mission to ‘Drive Better Health through Smarter Operations,’ a key tenet of our system efforts as well.”
According to Frost & Sullivan:
- Edgility’s Cognitive platform is the first cloud-based platform, ideally suited for virtual command centers.
- Edgility offers six modules, from Hospital Operations to Digital Health.
- Edgility offers the least expensive service in the Operations Center eco-system
- Edgility offers fast deployment time and fully mobile versions.
“In this market dominated by established healthcare players, there are very few startups addressing the challenging space of hospital operations in a command center model. Edgility is an entrant that focuses on not just operational issues such as patient flow, but also clinical issues such as patient safety and readmission management – which is the future direction of this market – to combine operational, clinical and even financial insights for running hospitals efficiently,” Siddharth Shah, Program Manager, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Frost & Sullivan.
Edgility’s client base continues to grow throughout the country. In addition to University Hospitals in Cleveland, Mt. Sinai in New York, Edgility has made inroads worldwide, such as KAUST.
“Edgility’s outcomes-based Smart Design approach was the foundational concept for the establishment of the ‘KAUST Smart’ program here at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST),” Jason Roos, Chief Information Officer, KAUST.
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