Three MBA students from University of Minnesota made the best case among top-tier national business schools that Accelerator tenant Ambient Clinical Analytics is “Creating Value in Healthcare Using Health Information Technology”.
Bryana Mayer, Tarun Jain and Svetlana Sandberg took home the first prize at the Business School Alliance for Health Management Annual Competition held on April 20 in Nashville, Tenn (Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management).
The MBA teamspent a few days in Rochester to prepare their case, while meeting with Ambient Clinical Analytics’ management team and the medical team.
Ambient Clinical Analytics is a tenant at the Mayo Clinic Business Accelerator since May 2013 and has received VC funding from Social+Capital Partnership, a venture capital group also resident at the Accelerator. Ambient has licensed technology developed at the Mayo Clinic by Drs. Brian Pickering, Ognjen Gajic, Vitaly Herasevich, Vernon Smith, and Chris Farmer. The team of Mayo physicians created an interface that highlights the most relevant data from each patient record, making it easier for providers to access the information they need to make sound decisions. Testing has shown that AWARE reduces the time it takes providers to make decisions; reduces users’ cognitive load; and reduces medical errors.
Tarun Jain will join the Mayo Clinic Business Accelerator as a 2014 summer intern on June 2nd.
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