Innovative Organizations - 2022

Kyruus is the leader in provider search and scheduling for healthcare organizations, dedicated to a vision to make healthcare work better for everyone by connecting people to the care they need. Physician-founded and led, we saw that a systemic misalignment of supply and demand was causing people to wait too long for care and too often end up with the wrong providers. Inspired by baseball’s Moneyball concept, Kyruus delivers a better, data-driven approach to patient-provider matching and scheduling.

Today, Kyruus powers the patient access initiatives of top healthcare organizations across the US, transforming how people find and book care through our multi-channel platform. Looking to transform care navigation even more, in 2021, Kyruus acquired HealthSparq, a leader in healthcare guidance and transparency serving 100 health plan brands. The combined company is enabling unprecedented payer-provider connectivity to make it easier for people to navigate and schedule care across access channels.

Industry contributions and innovations from Kyruus include:

  • First to offer multi-channel patient access solution to enable a consistent patient experience across key health system access points (e.g., call center, website), powered by the same underlying provider data platform (KyruusOne)
  • Three-time winner of MedTech Breakthrough Award for Best Patient Scheduling Solution, including back-to-back wins in 2020 and 2021
  • In the past year, expanded online scheduling solution beyond in-office provider appointments to also enable self-scheduling for convenient care sites, vaccines, virtual care visits, imaging services, and more.
  • First to offer find-a-provider translated in Spanish (which won a Patient Engagement Innovation Award in 2019)
  • Offers novel in-app analytics, including network supply-demand analytics and the ability to benchmark against the rest of the Kyruus customer base
  • Recently acquired HealthSparq to pave the way for a new level of digital access connectivity and collaboration between health systems and health plans
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