CIO Bulletin

CIO Bulletin announced their list of the “10 Best Healthcare Companies 2020” and Verge Health was included. CIO Bulletin is an interactive, preeminent leadership platform serving as a central resource for information on Business & Information Technology (IT) leaders and their entrepreneurial ventures. From celebrating innovation to identifying best practices and providing a forum for today’s CIOs and other technology decision makers, CIO Bulletin aspires to keep its readers informed about how the techie giants, governments and consumers are unfurling organizational innovation in the Business & IT world. Verge Health is proud to have been recognized by CIO Bulletin as one of the best companies focused on improving healthcare.

In an interview with CIO Bulletin, Connie Moser, Verge Health’s CEO, shared her thoughts on the future of healthcare: Read the Article

 

 

 

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Verge Health Launches “Insights,” the First Fully-Integrated BI and Analytics Healthcare Platform for a Full View of Risk

Charleston, SC ⁠— August 4, 2020 ⁠— Verge Health, which offers the only governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) platform purpose-built for healthcare, announced today the launch of the first fully-embedded Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics platform giving healthcare providers groundbreaking access to tools and information for driving high reliability. Insights includes AI-based tools to analyze

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Verge Health Named a Finalist in the Fierce Innovation Awards

Charleston, SC – July 31, 2020 – Verge Health announced today that it has been selected as a finalist in the Fierce Innovation Awards – Healthcare Edition 2020, a peer reviewed awards program from the publisher of Fierce Healthcare. The competition recognizes innovative solutions that demonstrate the greatest potential to save money, engage patients, or

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New York Times Opinion Piece by Verge’s Chief Clinical Officer

  A crisis is no time for hospitals to ignore problems. In a letter to The New York Times, Verge Chief Clinical Officer Inge Garrison explained the importance of listening to healthcare professionals who raise safety concerns, even during the coronavirus pandemic: “Failure to ensure employee safety now will have long-lasting consequences: If staff morale

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