Pixel Health Consolidates Portfolio Companies Under One Brand

Pixel Health announced its consolidation of VertitechIT, Akiro Consulting, Nectar Consulting, and Partner Consulting under the Pixel Health brand, the company said in a In a March 15 press release.

“Pixel Health now provides a seamless breadth of services to our healthcare clients,” said Michael Feld, Chief Executive Officer, in the announcement. “Unique among advisories, we are completely focused on healthcare – it’s all we do. Our deep understanding of clinical and business operations in healthcare delivery organizations enables us to help implement technology to enable more efficient clinical workflows, improve patient engagement, and achieve meaningful outcomes.”

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The firm helps clients operating in the healthcare space drive innovative change and digital transformation by providing services ranging from strategy and operations, to the assessment, selection, implementation, and management of critical technologies. Its advisory and interim leadership services help ease staffing challenges faced by many providers.

The firm’s strategic approach is grounded in a human-centered, outcomes-first methodology, free of allegiance to specific hardware and software solutions, empowering clients to break down the silos between clinical, business, and IT departments to drive transformation and sustainable change, according to Barbara Casey, Chief Revenue Officer and HIMSS 2022 Most Influential Women in Health IT award recipient,. The company also offers the only healthcare-centered Managed Service Provider (MSP) in the U.S., as part of a joint venture between Pixel Health and Baystate Health of Springfield, Massachusetts.

The firm most recently made an appearance at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s HIMSS22 conference, with Casey participating in the Women in Health IT roundtable and the firm joining Medigate in a presentation on ransomware’s disruption of healthcare delivery organization cyber insurance underwriting, as well as operating a booth in the Cybersecurity Command Center.

Prior to consolidation, the four companies operated as separate entities and brands, providing services ranging from telecommunications consulting services to leadership and social well-being coaching. Consolidating them under the Pixel Health umbrella provides an opportunity for the firm to strengthen its position in the healthcare consulting market and bring together expertise in a variety of fields to improve client – and patient – outcomes.