SPH Analytics’ Receives Client Satisfaction Award, Expands Leadership Team

Leading Population Health company recognized for top client satisfaction ratings for the fourth year in a row

Alpharetta, GASPH Analytics (SPH), a leader in healthcare quality and experience analytics, recently received the 2020 Highest Client Satisfaction award for its population health business unit from industry analyst Black Book Research. This is the fourth consecutive year that SPH Analytics received the top Population Health client satisfaction award for End-to-End Population Health Analytics Vendors, as determined by a random sample of U.S.-based healthcare organizations.

To add further momentum to its Population Health and Value Based Care efforts, SPH Analytics also announced it expanded its leadership team, adding industry veteran Kevin Weinstein as President, Population Health. Weinstein spent the last twenty years working with growth stage healthcare companies, primarily focused on technology and services supporting providers and payers. His previous experience includes leadership roles at Allscripts, ZirMed, Rise Health, Valence Health, Analyte Health, and Apervita.

“We are pleased to welcome Kevin to our Executive Leadership Team to provide focused leadership for our population health division. Our growth, innovation agenda and expanding base of clients that we serve warrants incremental executive focus on this important division of our business. Kevin joins SPH at a place in our journey where we have earned sustained, exceptional client satisfaction, and his deep industry knowledge and innovative mindset will be critical to our ability to continue to drive even greater value that we bring to our clients, ” said Amy Amick, CEO of SPH Analytics.

Amick continued, “This latest award serves as recognition of SPH Analytics’ relentless focus on our clients to help drive improved outcomes and lower costs. The most important aspiration we have for ourselves is to create great value for our clients; to be recognized year after year only further validates that we are delivering real impact and value for the providers and payers that we serve.”

“I am thrilled to join SPH’s award-winning team. SPH is a recognized leader in supporting the industry’s transition to value-based care and has proven themselves as an exceptional partner to both providers and payers as they manage the health of their respective populations,” said Weinstein. “I look forward to helping SPH continue to grow and help support the health of more than 40 million Americans.”

About Black Book Research

Black Book Research issues annual client experience, brand loyalty, and satisfaction rankings for a variety of technology and managed services fields, including ambulatory/ physician Electronic health record (EHR), Health Information Exchanges (HIE), banking, insurance, education, outsourcing and government. Black Book produces over two hundred annual market research reports focused on the healthcare technology solutions and services industry, under the names Black Book Research and Black Book Rankings.

About SPH Analytics

SPH Analytics (SPH), a leader in healthcare analytics and population health management, empowers clients to analyze and interpret their clinical, financial, and consumer experience data to maximize their performance. SPH’s Population Care™, Population Value™, and Population Engage™ solutions are built on the innovative Nexus™ Platform, providing insights and impact to integrated health networks, ACOs, hospitals, ambulatory care providers, physician groups, and health plans. SPH’s quality measure dashboards, financial risk measurement, healthcare survey and patient outreach solutions, and consulting services empower clients to meet the Triple Aim by improving population health, reducing overall cost of care, and improving the patient experience.

SPH Analytics is headquartered in metro Atlanta and has provided insights to clients for more than 35 years, serving clients in all 50 states. For more information, call 1-866-460-5681 or visit SPHAnalytics.com.

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