Valence Health offers a complete suite of solutions that empower provider organizations as they transition to value-based care. Whether implemented in modules or as a whole, Valence has the expertise and technology platform that providers need to succeed in a rapidly evolving marketplace. Our three-in-one combination of focused consulting, innovative technology platform, and operational services sets us apart.
Since 1996, Valence has helped providers assume financial control while improving quality through clinical integration, population health management, and value-based payment models. From pay-for-quality to shared-risk arrangements, full capitation, and provider-sponsored health plans, our 300 employees support the health of more than 15 million patients nationwide, assist 30,000 physicians, and have processed more than $2 billion in claims.
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Chicago, IL – December 3, 2013 – Valence Health, a leading provider of clinical integration, population health and value-based care solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of two industry veterans into leadership positions to drive the expansion of software solutions that already serve more than 30,000 physicians. Nathan Gunn, M.D. joins Valence as President, Population Health, while Dan Blake will serve as Senior Vice President of Software Product Development for the company.
Chicago, IL – November 19, 2013 – Valence Health, a leading provider of clinical integration, population health and provider-sponsored health plan services, today announced it ranked on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and clean technology companies in North America.
Chicago, IL – October 5, 2013 – While the industry braces for open enrollment – and the additional 11 to 13 million Americans expected to be seeking insurance this year – new research by Valence Health shows that traditional commercial health plans might soon face increasing competition from alternative payers. The study, “U.S. Attitudes Toward Health Insurance and Healthcare Reform,” revealed that more than a third of Americans are open to trying insurance plans offered through hospitals, health systems or state-run Consumer Oriented and Operated Plans (CO-OPs).