Serving healthcare organizations nationwide, Real Time improves clinical performance by reducing avoidable hospital admissions/readmissions, managing reimbursements, improving care coordination, and detecting early onsets of infectious disease.
FREMONT, CA: Real Time Medical Systems (Real Time), the leading healthcare interventional analytics solution, announced the appointment of Barry Freedman as Health System Advisor to the company. In his new role, Freedman will work with Real Time's Executive Team to advance the company's acute care solution offerings in providing post-acute data transparency to improve care coordination, enhance population health, and reduce the total cost of care.
"Barry is a growth-minded leader with exceptional experience in health system management," states Dr. Scott Rifkin, Executive Chairman with Real Time. "His deep understanding of the many dynamics shaping the future of healthcare will be instrumental as Real Time continues to enhance its interventional analytics platform to health systems and ACOs."
With over 40 years of holding senior-level executive positions within health systems, including leadership roles with Mount Sinai New York, and most notably as Philadelphia's longest-serving health system CEO at Einstein Health Network, Freedman brings an incredible wealth of industry expertise and insight to improving the quality of care for our nation's most vulnerable populations. Renowned for his track record of proven leadership and innovative strategic approach to healthcare management, Freedman was recognized by Becker's Hospital Review as a Top CEO to Know and has served on the Board of Directors with leading healthcare organizations, including the Hospital Association of Pennsylvania, Healthcare Institute, America's Essential Hospitals, and Premier, Inc., to name a few.
"I am elated to join an organization that not only leverages technology to enhance the continuum of care, but also has a deeply embedded culture of developing patient-centered solutions for provider organizations to improve the quality of care being delivered," states Freedman. "I look forward to introducing knowledge and experience that will further improve clinical, operational, and financial outcomes for our customers and the communities they serve."