Posted on January 1, 2017



Potentia Analytics Launches the Latest Release of Symphony, its Intelligent Provider Scheduling Solution

Potentia Analytics, Inc., a leading provider of intelligent healthcare software, is pleased to announce the latest release of their flagship product Symphony. This release adds geolocation support to Symphony’s Virtual Time Clock and incorporates performance and usability improvements to its innovative Automated Scheduling and Automated Open Shift Management.

Potentia Analytics Sponsors HackSI 2017 to develop innovation and technology in Southern Illinois.

Potentia Analytics, Inc., a leading provider of intelligent healthcare software is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the 2017 HackSI event that will take place on November 4th & 5th at Southern Illinois University’s Dunn-Richmond Center in Carbondale, IL.


WHITE PAPER: What Is The Problem With Artificial Intelligence

There is a lot of buzz about artificial intelligence (AI) these days.  To date, AI has enjoyed amazing successes and endured embarrassing failures. People love to believe that technology can fix everything. After all, it does have a pretty good track record over the past 2,000 years. But it can often be hard to separate science from science fiction. Where do we draw the line between AI hope and hype?

WHITE PAPER: The Doctor Is Out

According to a 2017 report commissioned by the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), we are facing an unprecedented shortage of doctors in America.[1] By 2030, we may be short over 100,000 physicians. Medical specialties that are expected to be hardest hit include primary care, surgery, and psychiatry. Over the same period, the percentage of Americans over 65, who require the most healthcare resources, is expected to increase by 55%. This is a huge problem.

WHITE PAPER: Emergency Medicine in the Age of Aquarius

An Emergency Department (ED) is one of those things that you hate to need and you love to hate. EDs have been much-maligned, characterized as error-prone money-wasters and “loss leaders.” Some healthcare policy-makers have targeted EDs as major contributors to healthcare costs spiraling out of control. They could not be more wrong.