In April 2018, Inovalon acquired ABILITY Network. Today, we are excited to share that the ABILITY brand is transitioning to the Inovalon brand. This marks a new chapter in our business – the full unity of our teams allows us to better serve you.
At Inovalon, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is not just a Human Resources initiative. It is an important part of driving business performance and a commitment to fostering a workplace where everyone is treated with respect. Our DE&I strategy is built on four pillars:
- 1. Build a culture of DE&I
- 2. Define accountabilities and measure success
- 3. Foster inclusive thought leadership
- 4. Embed DE&I into all business processes
We recognize that our long-term success requires more diversity of thought, experience, and capability. Inovalon’s success as a leading innovator in the healthcare industry is enabled by our culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new parent website, Inovalon.com, featuring a fresh, clean design and an easy way to navigate the site for what you need.
Inovalon recently partnered with the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) to host a roundtable discussion among financial leaders from healthcare organizations around the country. The topic: pandemic recovery strategies in the face of staffing challenges, RCM process changes, and more.This blog covers the three top strategies healthcare leaders are using.
How can providers give patients an ideal experience, while managing important business processes and preventing data inaccuracies? Our team sat down with a panel of healthcare leaders at HIMSS 2022 to answer this question.
This blog shares what providers can do now to provide a better patient experience.
To understand first-hand the challenges providers large and small experience in their front-end patient access processes, we went straight to the source – our customers. Our team interviewed over 980 ambulatory and acute providers to understand the shortcomings of their patient access processes, and we uncovered two distinct models for the ideal patient access workflow.
This white paper explains what makes a patient access process successful and reveals the specific workflow models created with providers.
Has an ABILITY product helped you, your team or your patients do more, accomplish more, or achieve more? We’d love to know!