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We started to provide simplistic tools to manage Medicare HCC through AdiraTechnology.com in 4th quarter of 2017. Since then we have grown our user base to thousands of doctors and Medical Directors. We became their trusted tool of efficient coding practices for HCC scores which helped them to realize better returns for the same level of care. HCC Tools by AditaTechnology is provided to all it's users at no cost to them.
In 2019 we have decided to extend our services through sharing of collective knowledge of 55 years on Healthcare and Technology.
Meet Paul katz
Paul received bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Engineering from the University of California San Diego in 1978 and completed his MBA at Boston University in 1980. Prior to founding Intelligent Healthcare, Paul held financial management positions with two HMOs, one hospital system, and as a consultant for Ernest & Young and Milliman USA.
Founder & CEO
Paul Katz is a healthcare consultant with more than 25 years of experience delivering powerful population health management tools as founder and CEO of Intelligent Healthcare, which was acquired by Zirmed in 2014. He currently provides healthcare organizations with expert guidance and effective strategies to improve their data management - data aggregation, integration, data completeness, and information reporting. Paul advises clients on how to maximize the effectiveness of their tools and systems to achieve greater accuracy and produce highly actionable information and intelligence.
Paul has worked with some of the largest Medicare and commercial accountable care organizations in the country, with capitated medical groups and IPAs across California, and health plans throughout the U.S. to improve the quality of their data and the resulting information physicians and management teams rely on to make informed and effective decisions. He was a contributing author of the ACO Learning Network Tool Kit, published by the Brookings Institution, and has presented at major conferences, including the CAPG Annual Conference, where he reported on early comparative results for a Medicare ACO and Medicare Advantage program using the same core provider network.