Designed for those who dare to defy disease and revolutionize healthcare, Eon is by far the most powerful solution to identify and manage patients at risk for lung cancer. Using superior Computational Linguistics models, Eon captures nodules with 98.95% accuracy and 98.99% precision. EPM tracks and predicts patient follow-up and arms providers with intelligence that saves lives and increases new hospital revenue.Learn More
with the ONLY Actionable Findings platform that identifies and tracks downstream patient follow-up for all incidental findings.
Capture More Patients
using predictive analytics to prevent leakage and drive downstream patient care and revenue.
with technology that offloads labor-intensive tasks, increases efficiency, and focuses attention on high-risk patients.
Don’t Miss Another Nodule
with the most accurate Computational Linguistics solution to achieve higher true positive capture, with fewer false negatives.
Diagnose Lung Cancer Earlier
by finding and tracking patients who need serial surveillance or immediate follow-up.
Reduce Administrative Burden
with best-in-class patient management and ensure no patient falls through the cracks.
Capturing actionable findings is the #1 way to boost EBITDA.
Senior Vice President of Business Development
at Rose Medical Center
“I was tasked with finding new ways to increase EBITDA, and through my research found that increasing capture of patients with incidental findings in radiology was an overlooked area of opportunity.”
Accelerate EBITDA with the most advanced actionable findings platform. Hospitals across the nation struggle and operate with thin margins. Now, they are losing millions of dollars a day, and seeing EBITDA margins plummet more than 13% year-over-year. A proven way to contest the trend and decrease patient leakage is to embrace a powerful platform that captures actionable findings.Learn More
Identify More Actionable Findings
Failure to capture and track actionable findings leads to missed diagnosis, adverse outcomes, and malpractice claims. A future-forward technology partner can proactively prevent this from happening and will provide a definitive long-term return on investment.
Track Downstream Revenue
Measuring and tracking the downstream revenue of your program offers a data-driven view into the value of care. This provides transparency and allows you to focus on efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and revenue-boosting efforts.
Accelerate Incidental Findings
Identifying incidental nodules may not require immediate intervention, but may cause catastrophic issues and costly lawsuits if left unaddressed. With early detection, patients are more susceptible to treatment and drive revenue into the hospital over a longer period of time.
Capture More Patients
Prevent Leakage and jump-start service lines.
“Within just one week, we came across more than 10 patients who are now scheduled and may have been missed if not for Eon.”
Raleigh White, Director of Imaging Services at Hutchinson Regional Medical Center
CLOSE THE GAP ON PATIENT LEAKAGE
Ramp up service lines by closing the gap on patient leakage. Healthcare organizations bleed revenue when they lose patients to out migration. These missed opportunities and inefficiencies cost hospitals more than 10% of their overall revenue and have detrimental effects on patients facing catastrophic disease. Close the gap with Eon EPM by predicting and preventing leakage before it happens.Learn More
say leakage is a high priority
don’t understand where and why leakage occurs
Lost $ Because of Leakage:
losing >10% of annual revenue
losing >20% of revenue
Focus on outstanding patient care and revenue-driving efforts.
“When I was an Eon client, EPM reduced my workflow by 200% and I spent <3 minutes per patient. Now with Centralized Management, Eon empowers me to improve efficiencies, increase patient adherence, and help catch early-stage lung cancer across the country.”
Amanda Franklin, Manager of Clinical Transformation, Eon
your team to focus on revenue-gaining tasks and outstanding patient care
Elevate Your Program with EPM. Building a successful lung cancer program can be challenging. With EPM’s automated data entry and comprehensive toolkit, you have access to an extensive resource library and time-saving tools. This empowers FTEs to prioritize revenue-gaining tasks, ensure adherence, and submit to the LCSR with one-click.
Eon Centralized Management. With Eon’s Centralized Management solution, you can offload resource-intensive tasks and focus your efforts on patient care and profit-earning. From mailing letters, to ensuring life-saving exams are scheduled, to following up with referring providers, to deactivating patients appropriately, Eon does all the work for you with a team of highly skilled navigators and clinical experts. This sets your program up for success and allows you to concentrate on growing your bottom line.Learn More
Don’t Miss Another Nodule
No other company can claim 98.99% precision for incidental pulmonary nodule identification.
“As an Interventional Pulmonologist focused on Lung Cancer, I have seen too much suffering from catastrophic disease. What gets me out of bed in the morning is knowing Eon moves fast to identify more disease and save more lives.”
Dr. Akrum (Aki) Alzubaidi, Founder and co-CEO, Eon
FOR INCIDENTAL PULMONARY NODULE IDENTIFICATION
Power Precision with superior data science models. Not all nodule registration techniques are the same. Computational Linguistics (CL)—Eon’s proprietary data science identification models—empower clients to positively identify and track incidental pulmonary nodules with 98.99% precision. Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Computer Aided Detection (CAD) are other forms of Artificial Intelligence, but are inferior techniques as their accuracy and precision are much lower and are disruptive to clinician workflow.
What is Computational Linguistics? CL is a data science discipline, or a subset of AI, that understands text and the linguistic structure of written English. CL achieves high-precision output with high positive predictive value that limits the number of false positives.Learn More
Diagnose Lung Cancer Earlier
You can’t diagnose what you don’t know about.
“As a profession, the most powerful thing we can do is diagnose lung cancer early. By identifying patients at risk for developing lung cancer earlier, Eon is allowing us to do this in a powerful way.”
Dr. Scott Skibo, Haywood Regional Medical Center
Identify and diagnose
at-risk patients earlier with best-in-class data science models.
Know More. Intervene Earlier. The most effective way to reduce lung cancer mortality is by early diagnosis, yet most patients are asymptomatic until the disease has spread. That’s why capturing and tracking incidental nodules, as well as your lung cancer screening population, is so important. With best-in-class data science models, providers have a future-forward solution to identify and diagnose at-risk patients earlier when treatment is most effective.Learn More
of non-small cell lung cancer patients
are diagnosed with lung cancer when they are in stage IV.
Reduce Administrative Burden
Increase FTE efficiency and save time with EPM.
“Being able to access a report that is already triaged has really helped me to prioritize the use of my time. It feels good to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to patient care.”
Heather Heuer, Lung Cancer Patient Navigator, UP Health System – Marquette
with an end-to-end patient management platform
Drive Efficiencies and Simplify Workflow.
With an end-to-end patient management platform, Eon EPM is an intuitive solution
that effortlessly navigates patients from identification to diagnosis and seamlessly integrates with any
hospital IT infrastructure.
- Automate redundant and repetitive tasks for the 80-90% of patients who are
lower-risk and need serial surveillance.
- Prioritize the 10-20% of high-risk patients who need immediate diagnostic workup and care
- Capture pertinent patient information like nodule characterization, size, location, and
more, in one dashboard.
- Reduce manual data entry and administrative burdens for coordinators, navigators, and
thoracic service lines.
- Offload resource-intensive tasks and focus on revenue-generating patient care.
The United States of Eon
EPM is used by the nation’s most advanced & demanding healthcare providers.
Eon is proud to be a preferred partner of these established leaders in modern medicine:
Healthcare for you, by you. Eon was founded by renowned Interventional Pulmonologist, Dr. Aki Alzubaidi, who was determined to create sea change in complex patient management. He saw too many patients suffer as a result of the broken, antiquated healthcare system—so he decided to solve the problem himself. Dr. Aki teamed up with clinical and data science experts to take on modern medicine and use advanced technology to revolutionize the way healthcare data is used to defy disease. Today, Eon is a market leader in improving patient care while lowering costs for providers across the country.
The Eon Advantage, Explained.
Investor Mark Cuban outlines Eon’s competitive edge.
Eon Investor and Advisor
“So, first of all, Eon stops siloing data. Instead, Eon gives outcomes. And because they’re able to be predictive, you’re able to be proactive.
Look, if the technology is sh*t, it’s not going to give you the outcomes that you’re hoping for. The beauty of Eon data is that you’re tracking outcomes. That’s the big difference from the old school programming that is all logic-based and doesn’t work. If this, then that.
That’s what differentiates. Logic-based is completely different from what Eon AI and its derivatives are doing.”
Mark Cuban, Eon Investor and Advisor
The Eon Edge
Access resources and expert content that can help you take your facility to the next level.
Read the blog for industry trends, best practices, and stories about how Eon’s products are making an impact for providers and patients alike.Learn More
Watch webinars for in-depth discussions and best practices about care coordination, complex navigation, workflow improvements, and more from industry experts.Learn More
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