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Intel-GE Care Innovations™ Partners with Xavier University’s Center for Innovation to Test Health Peripherals and Mobile Applications

Company Expands Learning Partnerships to Further Innovation in Healthcare, Strengthen Connection to Consumers at Home

ROSEVILLE, Calif., March 2, 2015 – Intel-GE Care Innovations™ today announced a partnership with Xavier University’s Center for Innovation to test and analyze health peripherals and mobile applications that are intended to help people manage their health, including chronic conditions. The partnership will provide Care Innovations with a permanent testing lab within the Center’s facilities that will help generate new insights about the best technologies and care plans to connect patient data from the home to clinicians, bridging the gaps that exist between patient visits. Additionally, Care Innovations will work with Xavier University to conduct a series of Innovation Summits for Xavier’s healthcare executive alumni to help them apply innovation practices at their organizations.

“As the healthcare industry shifts and requires more patient engagement, we must stay ahead of the curve in knowing what peripherals and apps are reliable in helping patients manage their health from the comfort of their homes,” said Sean Slovenski, Chief Executive Officer of Care Innovations. “The home is a critical component that is often overlooked in population health programs. Most clinicians rely on limited or inaccurate patient data that doesn’t encompass the daily life of a patient. By incorporating data from the home, along with observations from clinical visits, clinicians will be better equipped to develop care plans that help patients succeed in better managing their conditions.”

Care Innovations will also work with the Center for Innovation on hosting a series of events on various topics to help Xavier University’s healthcare executive alumni learn more about innovation. These Innovation Summits will feature expert speakers and case studies to help attendees formulate plans that will push their organizations to innovate and improve our healthcare system.

“Care Innovations’ proven expertise in patient engagement and connecting the care continuum to the home create a rare opportunity for us,” said Shawn Nason, Chief Innovation Officer of Xavier University and Director for the Center for Innovation. “We are both firm believers in innovating to improve our society and want to transfer the years of knowledge and experience from Care Innovations to our alumni.”


About Intel-GE Care Innovations

Intel-GE Care Innovations, a joint venture between Intel Corporation and GE Healthcare, connects the care continuum to the home and makes it easier for patients, family caregivers, and professional caregivers to interact and achieve better health at home.

Experts in technology and behavior change, Care Innovations identifies the best methods for healthcare providers and health plans to capture and integrate real-time data from the home into care delivery. The company’s fourth-generation remote care management solution, Health Harmony, delivers insights for timely intervention and superior patient engagement with patients outside the formal care setting. Health Harmony is built with a smart filter and predictive analytics platform that sorts the complex array of aggregated data captured from a wide array of sensors and sources present in the daily lives of consumers. Visit www.careinnovations.com to learn more.


About Xavier University Center for Innovation

The Xavier University Center for Innovation (CFI) seeks to transform the education, health care, and start-up/business communities. A fully-equipped learning space, complete with multiple interactive classroom and testing areas, as well as a 3D printing lab for prototyping, it is the place where students, faculty, local businesses partners and sponsors, entrepreneurs, community leaders and organizers can come together to find meaningfully unique and innovative solutions to today’s complex problems. The CFI is an integral part of Xavier University, a private university located in Cincinnati, Ohio, providing a liberal arts education in the Catholic, Jesuit tradition. U.S. News & World Report ranks it No. 5 among 146 universities in the Midwest, and The Princeton Review names it as one of The Best 378 Colleges. Visit http://xavierinnovation.com/ to learn more.



Rachel Radcliff
ReviveHealth for Care Innovations


Mary Curran-Hackett
Xavier University Center for Innovation