Excel Health Group Selected to Present at Venture Atlanta 2018
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
Leading technology venture and early stage companies to share their solutions at the highly anticipated annual event credited with helping infuse the Southeast with over $2.6 billion in funding to date
ATLANTA, GA – Excel Health Group, the leading source for current and complete post-acute outcomes data and performance analytics for the healthcare industry, announced today that it has been chosen as one of 33 Venture Atlanta’s Rising Star Presenting Vendors, a group comprised of the region’s most promising venture and early stage businesses delivering cutting-edge technologies.
The 11th annual Venture Atlanta is the Southeast’s premier event for connecting technology innovation and investment capital and will take place October 16-17 in the heart of downtown Atlanta. With representation of over 140 funds and a roster of exciting speakers—including presentations from 33 of the region’s top rising star technology companies and keynotes from former NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson and Dave DeWalt, former CEO of FireEye, McAfee and Documentum—this year’s anticipated to be sold-out event is on track to be the largest and best yet.
“We are honored to be selected as a Presenting Company at this year’s Venture Atlanta and given the opportunity to pitch our suite of web-based market intelligence solutions for home health, hospice and hospitals to the investment community,” said Ian Juliano, CEO of Excel Health. “Our mission is to help enable every agency to thrive in the new paradigm of value-based care by creating SaaS-based, data driven solutions that improve performance for healthcare providers and create optimal care networks for payers, resulting in improved outcomes and reduced utilization.”
By offering post-acute care providers insight into 100 percent of inpatient and outpatient claims data, Excel Health enables its customers to not only improve referral relationships, but also position themselves in the best possible light versus their competition. Unlike other market intelligence providers who deliver solely Medicare Part A institutional data, which represents only one-fourth of post-acute claims, Excel Health delivers 100 percent of all Medicare Part A and B data.
“For eleven years, Venture Atlanta has been connecting the Southeast’s best and brightest innovators with top-tier investors and other leaders in our technology ecosystem—helping to launch over 400 companies and secure over $2.6 billion in funding,” said Allyson Eman, executive director of Venture Atlanta. “This year, we’re thrilled to showcase the strongest and largest group yet of early and venture-stage companies. These companies reflect the incredible pool of talented people and continued opportunities for growth and innovation within our technology community.”
During the two-day event, over 900 expected participants and attendees will engage with regional as well as national venture capitalists, investors and other key players in the current technology landscape. The Venture Atlanta conference results in funding, national investor exposure, invaluable relationship building and mentoring by successful technology executives. Atlanta technology innovation hub, Tech Square Labs, will return as the event’s premier sponsor. Techstars will help kick off the conference on October 15 with Techstars Atlanta 2018 Demo Day in partnership with Cox Enterprises.
To learn more about Excel Health, visit www.trellahealth.com for additional information about Venture Atlanta, to register for the event or to view the conference schedule, please visit www.ventureatlanta.org.
About Trella Health
Trella Health provides post-acute business development leaders with the most complete picture of care activity in their service areas so they can explore new opportunities for growth. As one of only a few companies in the country deemed ‘Innovators’ under the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Service’s Virtual Research Data Center Program, Trella has access to 100% of Medicare Part A and Part B claims data. Trella analyzes 1.2 billion claims annually and presents relevant insights to nearly 10,000 users so they can build higher-performing care networks, serve more patients, and reduce the cost of care.