Health Care
Dec 04, 2020
Gavin Quinnies - President US HealthCenter
Health Care

Gavin Quinnies is the President/CEO and Co-Founder of US HealthCenter and PredictiMed™, an award winning Milwaukee, WI AI based population health management provider. USHC consults with organizations to identify and reduce health care costs and improve quality of life. USHC also provides their proprietary PredictiMed™ total health management technology platform to consumers and industry partners. USHC's PredictiMed™ business intelligence predicts the onset of disease 3-5 years ahead of diagnosis using advanced analytics that combine Big Data from all silos including Mx, Rx, genetics, lifestyle, biometrics, blood and urine chemistries and demographics to determine individual and aggregate risk burden.

PredictiMed™ AI Predictive Modeling is Validated by Intel/GE Care Innovations Institute. With over 25 years of research invested in our solution, the "Institute had the opportunity to validate PredictiMed’s™ ability to identify and lower the predisease high risk level, which may precipitate a higher use of ER and hospital services, in thirteen major disease categories to a lower level where the preemptive intervention can be applied and thus reduce the incidence of ER visits and hospitalizations between 80 and 93%, depending on the disease category."

USHC has also been honored with top honors of Gold Health Value Awards for Care Navigation and Population Health Management from the Health Value Institute.

Mr. Quinnies has consulted with organizations to identify health and productivity related opportunities for over 25 years. He originally implemented health risk management programs at his own company in the early '90s, generating a return of 4:1, and ultimately took his experience to other organizations such as IBM Life Sciences. Mr. Quinnies earned his BS in engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Specialties: Risk management, health care cost reduction, wellness design and programming, web applications, team maximization, co-opetition, solution development, healthcare, ERISA, predictive modeling, predictive medicine, population health, employee benefits, PPACA, ARRA