A start-up creating healthcare cost transparency by fostering collaboration between providers and payers to improve cash flow and reduce $1 Trillion in wasted healthcare spending.
ZignaAI empowers payers, providers and patients with AI-powered software solutions that drive transpar-ency in healthcare payment services. Built-in intelligence enabled machine learning algorithms deliver pre-billing payment accuracy solutions and avoid provider abrasion. ZignaAI's innovative and scalable so-lutions cover Medicaid, Medicare and Commercial policies and deliver results in weeks. Join to learn how AI is powering this start-up.
Lalithya Yerramilli (Speaker)
Founder & CEO, ZignaAI
Founder and CEO Lalithya Yerramilli brings over two decades of experience in the healthcare industry to ZignaAI. Her oversight and influence have been the driving force behind several suc-cesses across multiple companies on the leading edge of health tech and analytics. Reducing healthcare waste by creating solutions that help get the best possible care at an affordable rate has been her guiding motivation. Solutions at Zigna AI, are founded on similar guiding principles to drive a transparent reimbursement process to make excellent care available at the right cost. This meant providing innovative, decision-enabling solutions that drive payment transformation. Prior to founding ZignaAI, Lalithya was a part of the core executive team at SCIO Health Analytics (acquired by EXL Services in 2018) and led a global analytics team delivering payment services, care optimization and risk adjustment solutions to payers, providers and life sciences organiza-tions. She was also responsible for identifying strategic growth opportunities and to stitch togeth-er solutions to support a $1B sales pipeline. In a field where cutting- edge technology can trans-form the world, Lalithya's experience helped guide some of the most forward- thinking firms bringing true benefit to patients, employers, health systems, payers and investors alike.
Lalithya received her triple master's in engineering, quantitative finance, and statistics from Rut-gers University, after completing her undergraduate in engineering from Osmania University in India.
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