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News of note about Kairoi Health, its products, and the industry

  • January 28, 2019

    Essential Innovations Can be a Casualty of Provider Burnout, New White Paper Warns

    January 28, 2019

    It’s not news that an epidemic of provider burnout is hurting clinics and medical practices. They are coping with the impact: losses in productivity or patients going untreated as providers cut back their commitment to clinical work, retire early, or even get out of medicine. At minimum, the strains show up in distraction-related errors and damaged morale. The diagnosis is no secret either: providers rightly feel burdened and “burned” by unfriendly tech solutions. As part of the dangerous fallout, many develop a knee-jerk aversion to change—including, sometimes, the very innovations needed to move healthcare forward and fulfill the Triple Aim. Our latest white paper targets this insidious effect and what leaders can do about it. See Help Providers Embrace Innovation, for Their Own and Their Patients’ Good

  • Orthopedic Practices Should Focus on Flow, Says Latest Kairoi Health White Paper

    September 15, 2018

    Because most independent orthopedic practices are physician-owned, they face relentless pressure to sustain or improve revenue, even as the evolving state of healthcare presents one new challenge after another. Among factors the practice can control, creating a smooth, sustainable workflow for providers is mission-critical, enabling physicians to be their most productive as well as ensuring patient satisfaction and high ratings for the practice. Integrating newly available analytics with your practice’s historical schedule data is the most direct route to achieve optimal flow and productivity. Learn more in our new white paper authored by CEO John D. Golenski. See Orthopedic Practices Should Focus on Flow to Enhance Revenue and Optimize Surgeons’ Time

  • August 21, 2018

    New KH White Paper on Scheduling Best Practices for FQHCs


    Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) are nonprofit community-based healthcare organizations that care for medically underserved populations. Cornerstones of the ongoing effort to expand access to primary care, such health centers operate some 11,000 delivery sites across the country, providing a wide range of services to more than 27 million people annually — about 1 in 12 Americans. FQHCs also are key to reducing the overall cost burden of healthcare. Yet these vital institutions are challenged to raise productivity, expand patient access, and sustain provider morale. The most direct route to reaching these vital goals is smart scheduling — proactively managing the supply of appointments and use of provider time, with the aid of powerful data analytics. Kairoi Health has just published a white paper by CEO John Golenski, which shares our deep perspective on this topic. See FQHCs: Fine-tune Scheduling to Raise Productivity and Improve Patient Access.

  • August 6, 2018

    Healthcare Tech Outlook magazine names Kairoi Health a Top 10 Healthcare Analytics Solution Provider for 2018

    Every year, Healthcare Tech Outlook recognizes 10 companies that are at the forefront of tackling customer challenges. Their 2018 list, just published, features our KairoiSuite software among the most promising healthcare analytics solutions for maximizing productivity. The companies nominated by the magazine’s subscribers were perceived as addressing pressing industry problems and warranting recommendation to their peers. An advisory panel of CIOs, professional investors, and members of the publication’s editorial board made the final selections. The issue also includes a profile of Kairoi Health and insights from our CEO, Dr. John Golenski. Download the press release.

  • June 26, 2018

    Kairoi Health joins athenahealth Marketplace

    Kairoi Health today announced the availability of KairoiScheduler™, a science-based clinic productivity solution, on the athenahealth® Marketplace, through athenahealth’s More Disruption Please (MDP) program. KairoiScheduler enables the creation of optimized provider schedules that result in more patients seen, increased revenue, and happier providers. Download the press release.

  • March 6, 2018

    “To Improve Clinic Performance, Rethink Scheduling”: A white paper from Kairoi Health

    The leadership team at Kairoi has authored a white paper that identifies and describes three key ways in which decision makers need to think differently about the scheduling issues that impact clinic performance. Download the whitepaper.

  • March 5, 2018

    NACHC Policy & Issues Forum

    March 14–17, 2018

    Kairoi Health will exhibit at and participate in this national gathering of federally qualified healthcare centers (FQHCs) in Washington, DC. From the event website: “The 2018 Policy and Issues (P&I) Forum will be the first national gathering of health center leaders since Congress extended federal grant funding for Community Health Centers and related workforce programs.” For details, see http://www.nachc.org/conferences/policy-and-issues/.

  • January 18, 2018

    Kairoi Health partners with athenahealth

    Kairoi Health today announced the launch of KairoiScheduler™, its novel solution for clinic schedule optimization, on athenahealth’s marketplace, More Disruption Please. KairoiScheduler is part of KairoiSuite™, the company’s integrated software solution for maximizing productivity of healthcare organizations. Download the press release.

  • October 2, 2017

    A valuable resource on FQHCs from Sage Health

    FQHCs are among the types of clinics that can benefit most from KairoiSuite’s productivity enhancements. Here’s a white paper we found informative: “The High Performing FQHC of Tomorrow: Expanding the mission through margin,” at http://sage-growth.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/FQHC_WhitePaper_SGP.pdf.

  • August 1, 2017

    Jeffrey Dao Joins Kairoi Health Management Team

    Kairoi Health announced today that Jeffrey Dao has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Marketing & Business Development. Dao brings to the post 30 years of experience in the creation and management of emerging technology and new business development, most recently in biotech. Download the press release.