- Healthcare startup Lumiata announced it has strategically enhanced its organization with the hiring of three leaders from Visa, Salesforce and Blue Shield of California
Healthcare startup Lumiata announced it has strategically enhanced its organization with the addition of three leaders from Visa, Salesforce and Blue Shield of California. The hires include Saurav Chatterjee as Vice President of Engineering, Shannon Marques as Vice President of Sales, and Jessica McCarthy as Vice President of Marketing.
“Our platform accelerates the AI journey by empowering data science teams across healthcare to easily build and deploy a breadth of use cases. Shannon, Jessica and Saurav bring decades of enterprise and industry domain experience to propel us into the next phase of our growth,” said Dilawar Syed, Lumiata’s President and CEO. The Lumiata AI Platform is designed specifically for healthcare customers to fully unlock the potential of their data and predictive insights.
Lumiata is known for enriching payers’ and providers’ analytic and predictive capabilities with a platform and pre-built models that help manage healthcare costs and risk.
“We’ve built an AI platform that enables payers to coalesce their disparate data into longitudinal health records for greater insights. Our predictive deep learning models unlock insights that help payers find specific opportunities to benefit their members,” added Chatterjee.
The Lumiata AI Platform — which launches later this month — cleans and enriches data for machine learning and predictive algorithms. The platform is powered by over 100 million patient data records, clinical, risk, and financial algorithms.
“There are service providers out there that can help payers with one or two solutions, but Lumiata is the only one that has built a platform that provides an end-to-end solution; it’s truly market-leading,” explained Marques.
The company’s AI Studio empowers data science teams across healthcare to easily build and deploy models. The Machine Learning Library utilizes pre-learned algorithms that allow customers to predict costs and manage risks.
“Every health plan has a corporate goal to make data more accessible and usable throughout the organization. Lumiata is the solution to make that goal a reality,” stated McCarthy.
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