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By Lauren VanDenBoom

January 16, 2020

hc1 Senior Vice President of High-Value Care, Scott LaNeve, was honored last week with an IU Bicentennial Medal. He received the medal in recognition of distinguished and distinctive service in support of the mission of Indiana University through his work toward IU Health’s Grand Challenge.

In 2017, IU Health announced the challenge and a commitment to invest $50 million to prevent and reduce addictions in Indiana. The program’s goals are to

  • Reduce the incidence of Substance Use Disorder,
  • Decrease the number of opioid overdose fatalities, and
  • Reduce the number of babies born with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome.

LaNeve has long been a national advocate for the prevention of opioid misuse through vigilant patient monitoring and has spent the last several years focused exclusively on the opioid addiction crisis.

His work has greatly contributed to the success of hc1 Opioid Advisor™, making it easier for more prescribers to monitor their patients’ opioid use and prevent opioid use disorder and overdose. Opioid Advisor integrates with both LIS and PDMP systems to compare toxicology results with PDMP data. By automating the retrieval and reconciliation of laboratory and prescription data from different sources and delivering this information in a color-coded, clear report. Read more about Opioid Advisor at hc1.com.

hc1 is proud to have an IU Bicentennial Medal recipient as part of our team and congratulates all of this year’s medal recipients.

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