Vālenz VzReturn Offers Employers Safe Return-to-Work Solution During COVID-19 Pandemic

PHOENIX, Ariz. (May 22, 2020) – As America turns its attention to re-opening the economy and employers plan for their employees’ return to work, Vālenz™ is introducing VzReturn, a solution for protecting  workforce health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. A Valenz Care solution, this comprehensive client-centric set of services further expands the Valenz ecosystem and offers immediate value to self-insured employers.

Valenz VzReturn helps employers meet their legal obligations while also limiting potential health risks for their workforce by providing onsite temperature checks, personal protective equipment and antibody testing where available, prior to and upon their employees’ return to work. The solution also includes a variety of management tools and educational resources for Human Resources leaders and employees to improve emotional fitness and physical well-being.

According to Amy Gasbarro, Chief Operating Officer for Valenz, employers may also access Valenz Care’s personalized health coaching via multiple channels, including telephone, in-person and web chat, as well as Textcoach,™ a secure messaging platform for employees to connect with a licensed mental health counselor to address concerns such as coping, stress, depression or anxiety.

“COVID-19 has presented unprecedented economic and operational challenges for employers, especially now given the lack of consistent guidance related to safe return-to-work policies and procedures,” said Rob Gelb, Chief Executive Officer for Valenz. Gelb added that Valenz is dedicated to offering client-centric solutions like VzReturn to help clients engage early and often to mitigate employer risk while meeting employee health and safety needs during the pandemic response.

“Providing this safe return-to-work onsite solution offers a clearly defined path for employers as they reopen their businesses and resume normal operations. Additionally, with VzReturn, our clients have the tools to continually protect the workforce should employees encounter virus exposure outside the workplace, requiring additional stays of quarantine,” Gelb said. “The Valenz VzReturn solution is just one more component of our promise to support our clients in achieving smarter, better, faster healthcare.”

Click here to learn more about Valenz VzReturn.

About Valenz

Through a complete health administrative ecosystem, Valenz connects cost and quality data on a single-source, end-to-end analytics platform for smarter, better, faster healthcare. Valenz solutions integrate data from comprehensive care management services (Valenz Care), high-value provider networks (Valenz Access), claim flow management (Valenz Claim) and solutions for payment integrity, revenue cycle management and eligibility compliance (Valenz Assurance) into the ecosystem. More information is available at valenzhealth.com. Valenz is backed by Great Point Partners.

About Great Point Partners

Great Point Partners (“GPP”), founded in 2003 and based in Greenwich, CT, is a leading healthcare investment firm, currently with approximately $1.8 billion of equity capital under management and 28 professionals, investing in the United States, Canada and Western Europe. Learn more at www.gppfunds.com.

The Vālenz Payment Solution: Electronic Solutions for Timely and Efficient Claim Payments

PHOENIX, Ariz. (May 12, 2020) – In response to surging demand for electronic claim payments, leaders at Vālenz™ today announced the rollout of the Valenz payment solution. This development further expands the Valenz ecosystem to include fully automated solutions for electronic provider payments.

With the Valenz payment solution, payers and third-party administrators can automate and streamline payment processes for health, dental and workers’ compensation claims – eliminating the delays of manual payment processes and ensuring payments arrive on time. While the need for electronic payment solutions was already on the rise, the widespread shift to working from home has led to rapid acceleration of the Valenz payment solution, now being released ahead of its original late 2020 schedule.

“COVID-19 has presented many unforeseen operational challenges, especially for organizations with manual processes that raise barriers to conducting business as usual right now,” said Jordan Hersh, Vice President, Enterprise Solutions at Valenz, adding that Valenz is dedicated to meeting client needs even as those needs change day by day during the pandemic response. “The current situation called for us to provide electronic payment solutions as soon as possible for our clients, and we were very happy to make that happen.”

The Valenz payment solution enables clients to send provider payments on time and according to their providers’ own preferences, including virtual card payments. Timely, accurate payments are an important part of maintaining healthy relationships with hospitals and providers, and electronic claim payments eliminate manual steps to streamline operations and reduce expenses. With the Valenz payment solution, all payments are processed on a single system of record, regardless of payment type. And, because security is paramount, the platform is HIPAA and NACHA compliant, and it meets all federal and state requirements for electronic payments.

“Simplified payment processes, operational efficiency and clearer communications benefit all health plan partners, especially while working through significant changes in the work environment,” said Rob Gelb, Valenz Chief Executive Offer. “The Valenz payment solution is an important part of our promise to support our clients in achieving smarter, better, faster healthcare.”

Learn more here.

About Valenz

Through a complete health administrative ecosystem, Valenz connects cost and quality data on a single-source, end-to-end analytics platform for smarter, better, faster healthcare. Valenz solutions integrate data from comprehensive care management services (Valenz Care), high-value provider networks (Valenz Access), claim flow management (Valenz Claim) and solutions for payment integrity, revenue cycle management and eligibility compliance (Valenz Assurance) into the ecosystem. More information is available at valenzhealth.com. Valenz is backed by Great Point Partners.

About Great Point Partners

Great Point Partners (“GPP”), founded in 2003 and based in Greenwich, CT, is a leading healthcare investment firm, currently with approximately $1.8 billion of equity capital under management and 28 professionals, investing in the United States, Canada and Western Europe. Learn more at www.gppfunds.com.

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Vālenz Partners on Joint Economic Recovery Venture for Self-Funded Groups

PHOENIX, Ariz. (May 11, 2020) – In response to the economic impact of COVID-19, Vālenz™ has joined Benefit Plan Administrators, Inc. (BPA) and six other top U.S. health vendors to jointly deploy a self-funded healthcare and benefits solution for new groups that are currently fully-insured. Known as the Stimulus For Business Initiative (SFBI), this program marks a new, unprecedented opportunity for employer savings in the health benefits market.

Through deferred or waived service fees for up to three months following the new business anniversary date for eligible member groups, the SFBI plan offers a unique self-funded adoption opportunity to increase cash-flow and stimulate economic growth. The eight founding organizations, which include Valenz, BPA, 6 Degrees Health, HealthWallet, ScoutRx, The Phia Group, CieloStar and PHCS, collectively rolled out the program on May 8.

SFBI will operate as an LLC formed by some of the nation’s top health plan advisors: DC Advisory LLC, Stautberg Benefit Advisors, Prosperity Benefits and AMR Benefits, who are partnering with leading stop-loss providers East Coast Underwriters to ensure the viability and success of this novel program.

With fully-insured groups expecting significant rate increases on renewals in 2020 and 2021, SFBI’s founders point to this approach as a potential solution for all fully-insured groups as an added stimulus and optional recovery opportunity.

“The SFBI partners are pleased to announce this innovative program,” said Morris Masinter, President of BPA and SFBI co-founder. “With projections showing upcoming high rates for fully-insured renewals, our plan is a smart move for employers to retain control of their benefit spend, even in the face of hardships caused by the devastating coronavirus pandemic.”

Fully-insured groups of 5-5,000 lives in all industries, single or multi-state, public or private entities, will have the option to work in co-advisory arrangement with their current broker and SFBI. Participants can expect customized solutions for their benefit needs and should speak with their broker to learn more about the opportunity. More information on eligibility criteria, including webinars and educational seminars around the program, are coming soon.

“We are thrilled to offer this innovative solution jointly with our co-founders, a highly esteemed group of organizations that share our dedication to supporting self-funded employer groups,” said Rob Gelb, Chief Executive Officer at Valenz. “SFBI is one of many ways we are continuously expanding our ecosystem and engaging early and often for smarter, better, faster healthcare.”

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Ed Zwicker Joins Vālenz as Vice President, Information Technology

PHOENIX, Ariz. (April 13, 2020) – Vālenz™ is pleased to announce that Ed Zwicker, MBA, has joined the team as Vice President, Information Technology.

Based in Philadelphia, Zwicker brings 35 years’ experience in design, development, and implementation of highly robust data systems and business intelligence applications. He carries out innovative IT initiatives that add value to his company’s primary business, creating and executing data strategies that align with business goals.

“We are thrilled to have Ed join the senior leadership team,” said Rob Gelb, Chief Executive Officer of Valenz, a leading innovator for data-driven solutions that reduce medical claim costs and promote quality healthcare. “Ed is a highly accomplished IT professional who has deep experience in achieving exceptional business results for his clients. He is well positioned to provide the vision for our technology teams and foster partnerships between IT and business.”

Most recently, Zwicker served as Vice President, Client Delivery for Integress, Inc. A mentor and trusted leader who proactively drives projects and programs, he also has held IT leadership roles at such organizations as Philadelphia Insurance Companies, Cigna and Penn Mutual.

“Valenz is an amazing company, and I’m honored to become part of the team,” Zwicker said. “I look forward to working alongside my team members and our platform partners as we continuously innovate to meet the diverse needs of every client. Together, we will accomplish great things through the Valenz ecosystem and our shared promise of smarter, better, faster healthcare.”

About Valenz

Through a complete health administrative ecosystem, Valenz connects cost and quality data on a single-source, end-to-end analytics platform for smarter, better, faster healthcare. Valenz solutions integrate data from comprehensive care management services (Valenz Care), high-value provider networks (Valenz Access), claim flow management (Valenz Claim) and solutions for payment integrity, revenue cycle management and eligibility compliance (Valenz Assurance) into the ecosystem. More information is available at valenzhealth.com. Valenz is backed by Great Point Partners.

About Great Point Partners

Great Point Partners (“GPP”), founded in 2003 and based in Greenwich, CT, is a leading health care investment firm, currently with approximately $1.8 billion of equity capital under management and 28 professionals, investing in the United States, Canada and Western Europe. Learn more at gppfunds.com.

Right Care, Right Time: Three Ways Nurse Case Managers Deliver Integrated, Patient-Centered Care

Through attentive care, dedicated service and comprehensive guidance, nurse case managers make a tremendous impact on patient outcomes. As an integral part of Vālenz Care, a triple-URAC accredited solution within the complete Vālenz™ ecosystem, Valenz nurse case managers work closely with patients, providers, employers and payers to ensure the right care at the right place and time, paving a more cost-effective path to healthy outcomes.

As we recognize World Health Day on April 7 – and because 2020 has been named the International Year of the Nurse by the World Health Organization – we are celebrating the vital role nurses play in keeping the world healthy. How do nurse case managers accomplish this?

Valenz Care Management Senior Manger Sylvia Robinson, RN, COHN, says their most significant role in today’s healthcare is coordinating and managing patient care. “Care coordination is a collaborative process that involves navigating treatment with physicians, social workers, patient families and other providers, such as home health and physical therapists,” she says. “Ultimately, our goal is aimed at determining the care that plan members need and guiding them on improving health while also minimizing healthcare expenses.”

For patients, nurse case managers are the central point of contact and advocates for high-quality, lower-cost care. For self-insured employers and other professional stakeholders, they help manage health administrative costs and quality by reducing unnecessary and/or preventable emergency room visits, hospitalizations, tests and other high-dollar claim events.

“The Valenz promise is to engage early and often for smarter, better, faster healthcare, and our nurse case managers are essential to that promise,” said Amy Gasbarro, Chief Operating Officer. “Their work improves quality and outcomes while empowering our clients to move from reactive plan models to proactive population health management.”

This level of care and service results in healthier outcomes for all involved. Here are three primary ways our nurse case managers positively impact care quality and healthy outcomes:

 Patient Education and Support

By providing continuous, evidence-based guidance and education, nurse case managers fulfill a key responsibility in helping patients and families fully comprehend health conditions and treatment options, so they can stay on the path to better long-term health.

“When patients have greater awareness and understanding of the treatment plan – and when they receive support from nurse case managers – we tend to see a much better likelihood of compliance,” says Valenz Nurse Case Manager Jessica Mangum, RN, OCN, CCM.

Nurse case managers also provide guidance to patients on effectively self-managing chronic conditions, so patients can take charge of their health and be their own catalysts in making positive lifestyle changes.

“A key component of the education process is to also evaluate the patient’s understanding of that education and his or her ability to take action on it,” Robinson says. “That includes setting short-term goals that they can achieve and celebrating those successes with positive feedback.”

Avoiding Unnecessary Costs

While providing comprehensive care that is appropriate for the patient’s needs, nurse case managers strive to minimize out-of-pocket costs.

When our Nurse Utilization Managers are notified of a new diagnosis or treatment recommendation, they conduct a clinical review to determine that the criteria are met for medical necessity and ensure alignment with the most appropriate level of care, according to evidence-based guidelines for that diagnosis. This helps eliminate expenses tied to unnecessary or excessive treatments.

“When we can manage the length of stay and promote case management, we can achieve effective cost containment while providing excellent service to the members and the plan,” says Valenz Nurse Utilization Manager Staci Cunningham, LPN.

In addition, the shift in focus to proactive health management – getting regular medical care before serious illness strikes – enables nurse case managers to help reduce or eliminate the need for costly medications and physician or emergency visits. That’s a benefit for both members and payers.

Navigating the Health System

For many people, the complexities of the healthcare system can feel so overwhelming, they don’t know where to start.

“Some of the biggest challenges patients face in navigating their care is lack of understanding of the healthcare industry,” Robinson says. “The average patient does not grasp how insurance and healthcare work. They often become frustrated and give up, and then they lose trust in anyone in the healthcare field.”

That’s where a nurse case manager comes in: providing guidance and information on what is covered by a patient’s insurance, managing co-pays, controlling out-of-pocket expenses, and accessibility to care, among many other issues.

“Patients need an advocate to get them through this journey,” says Nurse Utilization Manager Nichole Barone, LPN. “We can research insurance plan documents to give patients the clarity they need; help them understand what benefits they are entitled to; determine whether they need pre-certification before treatment; and assist them in securing all those things.”

Also, people with serious diagnoses like cancer may need a wide range of procedures and tests, which can quickly become confusing for a stressed patient. “By tackling these procedures one by one, we ensure the patient gets the proper, necessary care at the correct time,” Barone says. “We support patients by guiding them through the process so they can focus on getting back to the best possible health.”

Celebrating Nurses on World Health Day

As we celebrate World Health Day in 2020, which is also the International Year of the Nurse, the recognition of our nurse case managers and the amazing work they do takes the spotlight – and it is well deserved. We are proud to acknowledge nurses’ contributions on the front lines of patient care all across the globe, and we share our deep appreciation for the critical role they play in keeping people and communities healthy everywhere.

 About Valenz

Through a complete health administrative ecosystem, Valenz connects cost and quality data on a single-source, end-to-end analytics platform for smarter, better, faster healthcare. Valenz solutions integrate data from comprehensive care management services (Valenz Care), high-value provider networks (Valenz Access), claim flow management (Valenz Claim) and solutions for payment integrity, revenue cycle management and eligibility compliance (Valenz Assurance) into the ecosystem. More information is available at valenzhealth.com. Valenz is backed by Great Point Partners.

About Great Point Partners

Great Point Partners (“GPP”), founded in 2003 and based in Greenwich, CT, is a leading healthcare investment firm, currently with approximately $1.8 billion of equity capital under management and 28 professionals, investing in the United States, Canada and Western Europe. Learn more at www.gppfunds.com.

Vālenz Introduces v-Lens, Industry’s Most Complete Reporting, Analytics Program

PHOENIX, Ariz. (March 24, 2020) – In the latest illustration of its company-wide commitment to innovation and collaboration, Vālenz™ has announced the launch of v-Lens, a complete reporting and analytics program for the self-insured employer and payer communities.

For self-insured employers, third party administrators and payers, insights from v-Lens enable greater, more data-driven collaboration with health plan partners – partners now equipped with the most comprehensive platform of actionable drill-down data available. The result is more strategic, proactive decision-making on behalf of employers, which means engaging early and often for smarter, better, faster healthcare.

“With healthcare costs continuing to rise every year, using data to more strategically manage claim administration has become paramount,” said Denny Johnson, Senior Sales Executive at Valenz. To make smarter decisions, employers and their health plan partners need to understand what drives the numbers behind their healthcare spending and how they can better manage those drivers to control the trends. “If an organization is managing healthcare costs using old assumptions, they are probably overlooking the very drivers that most expose them to significantly adverse outcomes,” Johnson added.

As a proprietary layer of the complete Vālenz ecosystem, v-Lens is powered by Planwatch and fueled by integrated data from Valenz’s four core solutions: claim management, care management, high-value networks and payment integrity. It is also supported with top industry sources and evidence-based guidelines to ensure a holistic view of all factors related to cost, payment, utilization, quality and more.

“Looking at plan performance through v-Lens continuously uncovers new opportunities to improve costs without compromising quality,” said Valenz Chief Executive Officer Rob Gelb. “Through advanced analytics and predictive modeling, v-Lens enables more proactive decision making – and thanks to robust integration within the Valenz ecosystem, those decisions are immediately actionable and quickly beneficial.”

To learn more about v-Lens, visit valenzhealth.com/vlens.

About Valenz

Through a complete health administrative ecosystem, Valenz connects cost and quality data on a single-source, end-to-end analytics platform for smarter, better, faster healthcare. Valenz solutions integrate data from comprehensive care management services (Valenz Care), high-value provider networks (Valenz Access), claim flow management (Valenz Claim), and solutions for payment integrity, revenue cycle management and eligibility compliance (Valenz Assurance) into the ecosystem. More information is available online at valenzhealth.com. Valenz is backed by Great Point Partners.

About ProServe Health Informatics

 Planwatch, a product of ProServe Health Informatics, examines historical, current, and future health plan dimensions, integrates, combines and compares pharmacy and medical costs, identifies cost drivers and performance metrics, and provides tested solutions to minimize plan expenditures. For more information, visit www.plan-watch.com.

About Great Point Partners

Great Point Partners (“GPP”), founded in 2003 and based in Greenwich, CT, is a leading healthcare investment firm, currently with approximately $1.8 billion of equity capital under management and 28 professionals, investing in the United States, Canada and Western Europe. Learn more at www.gppfunds.com.

A Brief Message on COVID-19 Testing from Vālenz CEO

We are pleased to see the IRS waive cost sharing for COVID-19 testing for workers enrolled in High Deductible Health Plans (HDHP). Based on conversations with several of our clients, we will likely see self-insured employers with other plan types follow suit. This is a good first step. So is the use of telehealth to reduce the impact on crowded emergency and urgent care centers by delivering a safe, alternative path to medical guidance, especially for plan members who may be considered in lower risk categories. As the nation’s first data-driven health administrative ecosystem, we are strong proponents for engaging early and often to help our clients achieve smarter, better, faster healthcare. Despite these challenging times, there are creative and proactive practices to remove barriers to care and treatment for plan members, employees, patients – let’s work together to put them into play.

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Vālenz Welcomes Brittney Parrish as Senior Client Services Executive

PHOENIX, Ariz. (March 2, 2020) – Vālenz™, a leading innovator for data-driven solutions that reduce medical claim costs and promote quality healthcare, is pleased to announce that Brittney Parrish has joined the team as Senior Client Services Executive. With nearly 15 years’ experience in sales and account management in the health industry, Parrish is highly skilled in business development and client services, including managing large territories and identifying growth opportunities.

Parrish comes to Valenz from Preferred Medical, where, as Regional Account Manager, she was responsible for managing sales, service and relationship-building. Her prior work experience also includes sales positions at GENEX Services and Johnson & Johnson.

“I am excited to join this industry-leading team and support its data-driven vision of reducing costs for clients while enhancing quality of care,” Parrish said. “Through the complete Valenz health administrative ecosystem, I look forward to delivering solutions to clients that result in better health outcomes at lower costs.”

A graduate of the University of Richmond, Parrish’s skill sets include strategic sales planning, account analysis and development, client service, and negotiations – all key to her new role at Valenz, according to Tom Cox, Vice President, Client Services.

“Brittney brings many strengths that support our ongoing commitment to growing our services and client base,” Cox said. “As we continue to expand our analytic and predictive capabilities to provide smarter, better, faster healthcare for our clients, we are proud to have her on our team.”

About Valenz

Through a complete health administrative ecosystem, Valenz connects cost and quality data on a single-source, end-to-end analytics platform for smarter, better, faster healthcare. Valenz solutions integrate data from comprehensive care management services (Valenz Care), high-value provider networks (Valenz Access), claim flow management (Valenz Claim), and solutions for payment integrity, revenue cycle management and eligibility compliance (Valenz Assurance) into the ecosystem. More information is available online at valenzhealth.com. Valenz is backed by Great Point Partners.

About Great Point Partners

Great Point Partners (“GPP”), founded in 2003 and based in Greenwich, CT, is a leading healthcare investment firm, currently with approximately $1.8 billion of equity capital under management and 28 professionals, investing in the United States, Canada and Western Europe. Learn more at www.gppfunds.com.

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Darcey Dearden Joins Vālenz as Senior Sales Executive

PHOENIX, Ariz. (February 24, 2020) – Vālenz™, a leading innovator for data-driven solutions that reduce medical claim costs and promote quality healthcare, welcomes Darcey Dearden as Senior Sales Executive. An award-winning sales professional for more than 20 years, Dearden has a proven record of consistently exceeding performance goals and building strong relationships with clients and referral partners.

Prior to joining Valenz, Dearden was Regional Vice President for Total Administrative Services Corporation, the nation’s largest privately held third-party benefits administrator. There, she elevated underperforming teams and established new standards to enhance accountability, collaboration and production. Her work experience also includes sales management positions at BenefitMall and Paychex.

“Darcey offers a winning combination of excellence in sales leadership, team building, and uncovering new solutions that maximize efficiency and reduce costs,” said Rob Gelb, Chief Executive Officer. “Her skill sets in strategic execution and effective communication make her well positioned to help our clients achieve smarter, better, faster healthcare. She is an outstanding fit for our team.”

Dearden brings to Valenz a strong background in business-to-business sales, benefit administration and compliance. She says she is thrilled to join Valenz because, as the innovators behind the industry’s first complete health administrative ecosystem, Valenz embodies the future-focused, client-centric, data-driven vision necessary for lower-cost, higher-quality healthcare.

“I look forward to meeting and exceeding our clients’ needs with the leading-edge data science and solutions that are unique to the Valenz ecosystem,” Dearden said. “I share this company’s dedication to managing costs and improving quality of care, and it is an honor to be part of such a vibrant, growing team.”

For more information, call 877-601-2200.

About Valenz

Through a complete health administrative ecosystem, Valenz connects cost and quality data on a single-source, end-to-end analytics platform for smarter, better, faster healthcare. Valenz solutions integrate data from comprehensive care management services (Valenz Care), high-value provider networks (Valenz Access), claim flow management (Valenz Claim), and solutions for payment integrity, revenue cycle management and eligibility compliance (Valenz Assurance) into the ecosystem. More information is available online at valenzhealth.com. Valenz is backed by Great Point Partners.

About Great Point Partners

Great Point Partners (“GPP”), founded in 2003 and based in Greenwich, CT, is a leading healthcare investment firm, currently with approximately $1.8 billion of equity capital under management and 28 professionals, investing in the United States, Canada and Western Europe. Learn more at www.gppfunds.com.

Portrait of Rob Gelb, Chief Executive Officer at Vālenz

Vālenz Appoints Rob Gelb as Chief Executive Officer

Key Leadership Moves Support Rapid Expansion of Industry’s First Health Administrative Ecosystem

PHOENIX, Ariz. (February 17, 2020) — The Board of Directors at Vālenz™ today announced the appointment of Rob Gelb as Chief Executive Officer. Gelb, who joined the firm in 2018 as Chief Revenue Officer, succeeds Josh Carder as CEO, while Carder assumes a new position as Chairman of the Board.

“When Josh founded this company 17 years ago, he did so with a vision to solve the complex administrative challenges affecting healthcare costs – and that vision still drives us today,” said Gelb. “It is an honor to be selected as CEO to continue moving forward through the power of innovation and next-generation data integration.”

Since joining Valenz, Gelb has been instrumental in integrating key acquisitions that created the foundation for the company’s single-source solutions and data analytics platform, also known as the Valenz health administrative ecosystem. Throughout his 30+ year career, he has held leadership positions at several prestigious firms, including York (now Sedgwick), Coventry, CIGNA and others.

“Rob is a highly esteemed leader with a proven record of strategic and tactical success in creating and expanding healthy companies, and I am thrilled that he is now taking the reins as CEO of Valenz,” said Carder, adding that he is equally excited to become Chairman of the Board, where he can continue to influence the Valenz vision and promise of smarter, better, faster healthcare.

In addition to Gelb’s appointment, the board announced that Amy Gasbarro has been appointed Chief Operating Officer. Read more about Gasbarro’s appointment here.

About Valenz
Through a complete health administrative ecosystem, Valenz connects cost and quality data on a single-source, end-to-end analytics platform for smarter, better, faster healthcare. Valenz solutions integrate data from comprehensive care management services (Valenz Care), high-value provider networks (Valenz Access), claim flow management (Valenz Claim), and solutions for payment integrity, revenue cycle management and eligibility compliance (Valenz Assurance) into the ecosystem. For more information, visit www.valenzhealth.com. Valenz is backed by Great Point Partners.

About Great Point Partners
Great Point Partners (“GPP”), founded in 2003 and based in Greenwich, CT, is a leading healthcare investment firm, currently with approximately $1.8 billion of equity capital under management and 28 professionals, investing in the United States, Canada and Western Europe. Learn more at www.gppfunds.com.