The group said its new expanded services will help respond to these client needs and include Risk and Safety Analytics, Operational Reliability and Accountability, and Technology-Enabled Solutions.
EisnerAmper added that its Digital Health Services will help clients capitalize on digital assets for growth, efficiencies and risk management.
As the health care ecosystem moves toward precision medicine, it said its clients can benefit by “leveraging data to support care decisions and improve patient outcomes as well as by sharing with life sciences manufacturers and innovators in increasing effectiveness in product life-cycle management and clinical trials and generating new treatment approaches”.
The Digital Health Services team is led by managing director Arvind P. Kumar. Kumar is an entrepreneur and health care executive who has worked at the intersection of health care and technology for more than 25 years, serving in a diverse range of transformation roles.
Most recently, he served as a founder and partner for a Big Four accounting firm’s Health Care Advisory and Digital Risk Solutions Practice (“DRS”) where he built its DRS services including regulatory, compliance, patient safety, and technology integration/interoperability.
EisnerAmper revealed additional team members include Dennis Antishin, who has more than 25 years working as a health care strategist with a diverse background focused on patient safety, clinical risk, operations and technology; and Abraham Morse MD, MBA, a physician with more than 10 years of experience using data analytics to optimize malpractice risk management, patient safety and EHR implementations.
Ron Dreskin, principal-in-charge of its Health Care Services Group, said: “One of the most exciting advances is the introduction of Risk and Safety Analytics, which really helps the firm capitalize on data and drive innovation with our clients.It offers a revolutionary approach, mining data from multiple sources that reveals patient safety risk and revenue cycle opportunities to realize previously unavailable insights.
“Using those insights, we recommend actionable risk mitigation and embed medical malpractice controls in hospital EHR systems and operations. This approach has consistently resulted in reduced care delivery risk volatility and improved patient safety.”