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Qventus Achieves Significant Milestones in Helping Clients Address Near-term Covid-19 Challenges and Create Long-term Operational Efficiencies

Strong Momentum with New Partners, Deployments, and Solutions

Qventus, the first AI-based healthcare operations platform, announced it had achieved significant milestones in the first half of 2020 as it helped hospitals and health systems respond to near-term Covid-19 challenges and create long-term operational efficiencies. Notable first half achievements included: establishing new health system partnerships, going live at new hospital facilities, enabling partners to achieve significant outcomes, launching new Covid-19 solutions, introducing application and platform enhancements, and garnering industry recognition.

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“The first half of 2020 was extraordinarily challenging for the healthcare industry,” said Mudit Garg, co-founder and CEO of Qventus. “During this time, I’m incredibly proud of the way the Qventus team rallied to support not just our existing partners, but also other hospitals and public health organizations across North America. And I’m grateful that our platform for real-time operations has proven to be valuable in addressing the sudden capacity and resource allocation issues brought on by Covid. Our mission — to enable world class operations in healthcare — has never been more important.”

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New Partnerships and Deployments

In the first half of the year Qventus established partnerships with new clients and went live with solutions at numerous hospitals, including Allina Health, Boston Medical Center, Dignity Health Mercy San Juan, HonorHealth, M Health Fairview St. John’s Hospital, M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center, Marshfield Clinic Health System, Saint Luke’s Health System, and University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

“We are very pleased to be working with Qventus,” said Dr. Alastair Bell, Executive Vice President Strategy and Chief Operating Officer, Boston Medical Center. “Over the last several months, our team has found a new rhythm in the way we’re running our operations in response to the pandemic, and Qventus will be key to hardwiring these behaviors into workflows. Optimizing our hospital operations — in particular reducing inpatient length of stay — is a high priority as we look to continue to serve our communities through these challenging times.”

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