• Forward Health Group’s Subbu Ravi on October 18 Panel – Wisconsin Technology Council Health IT Innovation Lunch

    wtc_logo-blkStephen Konya, senior innovation strategist for the U.S. Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, will offer an overview of federal priorities related to healthcare information technology at the Oct. 18 meeting of the Tech Council’s Innovation luncheon in Madison. Forward Health Group’s Subbu Ravi, Chief Operating Officer will be on a panel discussing state health IT initiatives.

    The ONC leads the administration’s health IT efforts. It is a resource to the entire U.S. health system in terms of supporting the adoption of health information technologies, and also promotes the nationwide exchange of health information to improve health care. It is the principal federal coordinator of nationwide efforts to implement the most advanced health information technology and the electronic exchange of health information.

    The luncheon will be held at the Sheraton Hotel on Madison’s John Nolen Drive. Registration and networking begin at 11:30 a.m., lunch at noon and the presentation at 12:30 p.m. The cost is $25 for WIN members, $35 for non-members and included with WIN corporate memberships. Click here to register.

    Konya, in addition to developing innovation strategy, also serves as a key liaison for innovation-related projects. He specifically targets engagement opportunities with startups, investors and the healthcare innovation community at large.

    A panel of Wisconsin experts will join Konya to discuss how these initiatives play out locally and statewide. Panelists include Dan Blake, partner at HealthX Ventures; Ben West, chief technology officer at Health eFilings; and Subbu Ravi, chief operating officer at Forward Health Group.

    “Wisconsin and the Madison area, in particular, are hubs for healthcare information technology,” said Tom Still, president of the Tech Council. “We’re thrilled to offer this chance for Wisconsin’s strong companies and investors to hear this federal perspective on national trends.”

    This WIN-Madison event is sponsored by BMO Harris Bank. WIN is the statewide membership arm of the Tech Council, the independent, non-profit science and technology adviser to the governor and the Legislature. To join WIN, go to or call the office at 608-442-7557.

  • Forward Health Group’s Amy Mosher-Garvey Presents With HealthLinc at NACHC 2017

    nachc-trainingvideos2-640x250Forward Health Group’s Director of Account Management, Amy Mosher-Garvey, and Melissa Mitchell, Chief Operating Officer of HealthLinc, a fast-growing network of community health clinics in Indiana, will speak at this year’s Financial Operations Management and IT Conference of the National Association of Community Health Centers. In Las Vegas on November 4, Mosher-Garvey and Mitchell will present Populations and PCMH: Strategies for Population-Based Care.  Read more here.

  • Forward Health Group sponsors California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems Annual Conference


    FHG is sponsoring the upcoming annual conference of the California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems. The conference will be December 7 – 9 at the Langham Hotel in Pasadena, CA. The company will feature its powerful suite of population health management data visualization tools, including PopulationManager®. PopulationManager is helping public hospitals in California make the most of Medi-Cal PRIME. Read more here.

  • HIMSS17 – Fast Forward to Value-Based Care

    It’s that time of year again – the run-up to health IT’s get-together, the mega-event. Back in Orlando, Feburary 19 through 23, 2017. Forward Health Group will be in booth 510 – that’s roughly in the Epic galaxy. We’ll be  showing off our KLAS-leading population health management solutions – PopulationManager®, PopulationMonitor™, PopulationMessenger and some surprises. Read more here.

Fast Forward to Value-Based Care

Forward Health Group delivers everything on your population health management wish list: Data you can trust. Check. The ability to truly engage your doctors. You bet. Oh, and clinical measures that really matter? We’re there.

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