Sandy, UT – October 24, 2018 12:00 p.m. ET – Mingle Analytics Inc., a pioneer in Medicare quality reporting, and SilverVue, Inc., a leading supplier of care management software, today announce their merger. Mingle Health is a new company focused on transforming value-based healthcare delivery by solving the pain points in quality reporting while improving patient outcomes and strengthening practice health.
For the first time, practices of any size, from large Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and healthcare organizations to a single provider, can access the high-quality software and consulting services that were once only affordable for large health systems. With expert consultant support, Mingle Health’s platform enables practices to navigate the increasingly complex healthcare regulatory environment to lower costs, increase revenue, and spend more time with patients and less time on paperwork. In addition, the platform provides patient management, assessments, and eligibility verification tools for preventive services, disease management, transitional care planning, and long-term care.
Daniel Mingle, MD MS, founder and CEO of Mingle Analytics, has been named Mingle Health executive chairman, and Will West, founder and CEO of SilverVue, will serve as Mingle Health CEO.
“Our merger with SilverVue brings a unique value proposition to the market with a comprehensive toolset that we’re thrilled to offer to our customers. Mingle Health will provide turnkey solutions to guide providers through the complex maze of requirements and regulations that one must meet to succeed in the business and practice of medicine,” said Dr. Mingle, executive chairman. “Mingle Analytics’s wealth of quality reporting experience combined with SilverVue’s powerful care management solution will allow us to unlock the full potential of value-based care, improving quality, increasing access, and bolstering population health, while reducing costs and restoring practice vitality.”
“Mingle Health is poised for dramatic growth over the next several years as we help providers get off the treadmill of fee-for-service care and transition to value-based care,” said CEO Will West. “By making regulations easy to deal with and new care processes easy to integrate, Mingle Health ultimately allows providers to refocus on their true passion: caring for patients.”
Mingle Health’s unique technology platform streamlines the data engines of value-based care with simplified dashboards across each critical aspect of medical care, treatment, and reporting. Mingle Health has customized technology offerings that can include:
- Analytics and Reporting: Industry-leading Medicare quality reporting services that ensure practices succeed with the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), Alternative Payment Model (APM), and ACO reporting tracks under Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA).
- Practice Performance Solutions: Check™, a cloud-based preventive care and disease management toolset.
- Care Transition Solutions: SilverSearch™, a tool to manage post-acute care referrals and planning for patients, hospitals, and Post-Acute Care (PAC) providers
Leveraging data collected and analyzed from over 100 million patient encounters, Mingle Health builds on this legacy and its best-in-class service to more than 300 hospitals and 75,000 providers to improve the delivery of value-based healthcare. The company now has employees in 18 states serving clients in every state and territory across the nation. The executive leadership team is a combination of existing leaders from both Mingle Analytics and SilverVue and is headquartered in Sandy, Utah and in Paris, Maine.
To learn more about Mingle Health visit MingleHealth.com.
About Mingle Health
Mingle Health is transforming value-based healthcare delivery. Our data-driven software solutions are designed to give providers tools to identify and solve common healthcare challenges related to preventive medicine, disease management, practice efficiency, patient transitions, and quality reporting. Mingle Health helps providers and practices improve care, lower costs, and increase earnings, ultimately transforming operations to increase the joy and profitability in the practice of medicine.