Category: Cotiviti Leadership

  • Moving from surviving to thriving: 5 takeaways from CCC22 to improve U.S. healthcare

    Persistent inequities in care delivery and outcomes. Inefficient processes and siloed systems that don’t communicate with one another. Spending the most in the world without achieving the best outcomes. These are just a few of the U.S. healthcare problems that more than 100 Cotiviti clients came together to tackle last week in Charleston, South Carolina […]

  • Podcast: Embracing change in healthcare and beyond

    “You’re always on some journey to achieve something, fix something, make things better. And if you can get excited by the journey versus being attached to the outcome, I think that’s where the fulfillment comes from.” That’s just one nugget of wisdom offered by Cotiviti’s Rachael Jones, senior vice president of performance analytics and quality, […]

  • 3 predictions for healthcare in 2021 from Cotiviti CEO Emad Rizk, M.D.

    The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly caused healthcare organizations at all levels to shift priorities throughout 2020 while impacting their planning for next year as well. In a new article for Healthcare Business Today, Cotiviti president and CEO Emad Rizk, M.D., offers three predictions on how healthcare organizations will leverage data to reduce risk in 2021.

  • Video: Cotiviti CEO Emad Rizk, M.D., on the current state of interoperability

    The healthcare industry’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic would likely have benefitted from fully interoperable systems, particularly regarding contact tracing and the integration of public health data with clinical care. In a recent panel discussion with Healthcare IT Today, Cotiviti CEO Emad Rizk, M.D., discussed how the pandemic has shaped the conversation around interoperability and […]

  • Video: Cotiviti VP Nicole Neumarker on practical applications of AI in healthcare

    AI is continuing to prove its value in healthcare as interest and investment in the technology and its offshoots continue to grow during the pandemic. In a virtual presentation at Ai4 2020, Cotiviti’s senior vice president of research and development, Nicole Neumarker, explained how Cotiviti took a deliberate, multi-track approach to AI to deliver new predictive technologies to aid in the pandemic response, such as the COVID-19 Outbreak Tracker. 

  • Podcast: Cotiviti’s Jordan Bazinsky on the state of payer data

    Improving interoperability between healthcare systems has long been a challenge for both payers and providers, but the next few years could bring substantial progress toward this goal. Speaking recently to The #HCBiz Show podcast, Cotiviti executive vice president and chief administrative officer Jordan Bazinsky discussed how recently finalized federal interoperability rules will improve the U.S. healthcare […]

  • Five ways to disrupt U.S. healthcare from Cotiviti’s Jordan Bazinsky

    The complex makeup of the U.S. healthcare system has led to challenges in managing quality and cost at scale and resulted in a poor cost-to-value ratio, particularly in comparison to other developed nations. In an interview published in Authority Magazine, Cotiviti executive vice president and chief administrative officer Jordan Bazinsky delineates the specific shortfalls of […]

  • Video: CEO Emad Rizk, M.D. on Cotiviti’s COVID-19 Outbreak Tracker

    As understanding of COVID-19 symptomology increases, Cotiviti is continuously updating our COVID-19 Outbreak Tracker to maintain accurate forecasts of potential hot spots. In a new interview with HIMSS TV, Cotiviti CEO Emad Rizk, M.D., discusses the practical applications of the tracker and how it has evolved based on new information as the pandemic progresses.