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Element5 announces the appointment of post-acute care industry leader, Jennifer Maxwell to Board of Directors

Element5, an Automation as a Service solution leveraging AI and RPA for post-acute care, announced the appointment of Jennifer Maxwell to their Board of Directors. Jennifer is currently the co-founder and CEO of Maxwell Healthcare Associates, (MHA) an industry leading consulting firm in post-acute care and Strategic Advisor to Medalogix, a one-of-a-kind data analytics company also in the post-acute care space. With the addition of Jennifer Maxwell to its board of directors, Element5 aims to strengthen its technology leadership and accelerate the adoption of AI (Artificial Intelligence) & RPA (Robotic Process Automation) based solutions across the post-acute care industry.

Jennifer Maxwell serves as the co-founder and co-CEO of Maxwell Healthcare Associates

SAN JOSE, California- July  30, 2021 - Element5, an Automation as a Service solution leveraging AI and RPA for post-acute care, announced the appointment of Jennifer Maxwell to their Board of Directors. Jennifer is currently the co-founder and CEO of Maxwell Healthcare Associates, (MHA) an industry leading consulting firm in post-acute care and Strategic Advisor to Medalogix, a one-of-a-kind data analytics company also in the post-acute care space. With the addition of Jennifer Maxwell to its board of directors, Element5 aims to strengthen its technology leadership and accelerate the adoption of AI (Artificial Intelligence) & RPA (Robotic Process Automation) based solutions across the post-acute care industry. 

“We’re thrilled to add Jennifer Maxwell to our Board of Directors,” commented Joe Randesi, co-founder & CEO of Element5. “Jennifer’s deep expertise in the post-acute care industry has steered organizations like Maxwell Healthcare Associates and Muse Healthcare across new frontiers. Her seasoned insights and experience will be valuable as Element5 pursues our mission to lower the cost of care by removing the burden of labor-intensive, repetitive tasks.”

Jennifer Maxwell has also served as President of Muse Healthcare, Executive Director of the Minnesota Homecare Association and Division Director for Mesa County Department of Human Services. This combined experience over her career has helped clients and organizations to achieve new heights of operational, technological, regulatory and financial efficiencies. 

Speaking on her appointment, Jennifer Maxwell said, “I am excited to join the Element5 board of directors.  I strongly believe in the work that Element5 is doing as they radically change the healthcare industry by optimizing efficiencies and creating better outcomes.  I look forward to working with the team to achieve their next level of success.”

Last year, Element5 announced the closing of its seed round of funding, with a commitment to simplify the adoption of RPA for post-acute care. Element5 delivers end-to-end workflow automation-as-a-service by programming software robots to complete work as if they are humans, leveraging AI and RPA technologies.

About Element5

Element5 is simplifying work for post-acute care organizations by offering end to end workflow Automation-as-a-Service. Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Element5 delivers intelligent automation and analytics that help organizations improve operational efficiency, recognize revenue faster and help their resources focus on better patient outcomes. 

By automating complex administrative tasks for post-acute care, Element5 frees healthcare personnel from time-consuming and repetitive processes, empowering teams to do more, by doing less. 

Built by experts with decades of experience in healthcare and post acute care, Element5 is headquartered in San Jose, California with offices in Chennai, India. You can learn more about Element5 and RPA on www.e5.ai

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Element5 announces the appointment of post-acute care industry leader, Jennifer Maxwell to Board of Directors
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5 Processes RPA can automate for post-acute care

The post-acute care industry is worse off in keeping up with the technology updates, with several organizations using fax machines even today. With administrative overheads that cost both time and resources strewn across the post-acute care landscape, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the perfect fit for the industry. With RPA, complex processes that require repetition and several clicks can be performed with no manual intervention, faster and more efficiently. Imagine all the tedious administrative tasks, rule-based documentation required by compliance done while the caregiving staff gets to focus on the patient care experience, working on top of their license. You might wonder, what tasks can RPA automate for a post-acute care organization? Can it only be utilized in one department or more? We can't answer all your questions here. So, we are sharing the five most important processes that RPA can automate for post-acute care organizations.

Why is it that with increasing technology adoption, the barriers to ease of use only seem to be going up? Isn't technology meant to remove these barriers in the first place and make doing work easier?

Take the healthcare industry's example, which has a plethora of technology solutions to choose from. But a poor implementation strategy and understanding has led to less streamlining/reduction of processes and instead created more work for healthcare staff. What's more, the cost of these ill-utilized solutions would fall under administrative costs. Interestingly enough, the administrative bloat in the US healthcare system accounts for over 30% of all healthcare spending.

The post-acute care industry is worse off in keeping up with the technology updates, with several organizations using fax machines even today. With administrative overheads that cost both time and resources strewn across the post-acute care landscape, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is the perfect fit for the industry. With RPA, complex processes that require repetition and several clicks can be performed with no manual intervention, faster and more efficiently. Imagine all the tedious administrative tasks, rule-based documentation required by compliance done while the caregiving staff gets to focus on the patient care experience, working on top of their license.

However, you might wonder what that entails. What tasks can RPA automate for a post-acute care organization? Can it only be utilized in one department or more? Even within a single process, there are multiple workflows, can they be automated too? We can't answer all your questions here. So, we are sharing the five most important processes that RPA can automate for post-acute care organizations.

1. Intake Automation

The intake management process is critical to any post-acute care organization. It has multiple processes that have the potential to be automated for efficiency from managing bed occupancy optimally, managing referrals, checking eligibility, and more. Here's what you can automate:

  • The multiple daily discharge & referral modules
  • Patient transitions between different service lines
  • Eligibility check to system of record
  • Authorization management to system of record

2. Clinical Automation

Clinical processes in post-acute care bring in massive volumes of data management required by regulations and compliances. They are a critical part of the revenue recognition activities and any error can mean potentially delayed/lost revenue. RPA can take on several of these tasks and perform them quickly, without error and zero fatigue. Here's what you can automate:

  • Scheduling activities across service lines
  • Quality Assurance checks and compliance audits
  • OASIS file submission through iQIES
  • Review Choice Demonstration

3. Medical Records Automation

As more technologies come into the fray, the challenges of integrating with the existing tools, systems of records, and other operations come to the fore. Managing all these integrations can be a tedious process that sometimes adds more work instead of reducing it. RPA without any interoperability limitations can be the perfect solution to handle integrations delivering better operational efficiency and faster outcomes. Here are some integrations that you can automate:

  • Orders/Physician notifications
  • Migration of active census to a new system
  • Clinical & Financial due-diligence audits
  • Certain HR tasks and related activities

4. Revenue Cycle Management (RCM)

The faster revenue can be recognized, the better decisions post-acute care teams can take to facilitate the best patient care experience. With billing in post-acute care requiring authorizations, medical coding, and much more, RCM is a long-drawn process. With several tasks important for processing payments requiring documentation that can take days or even weeks, RPA can help move the process faster, further reducing resource overheads. Here are some workflows that can help you recognize revenue faster:

  • Seamless claims and denials automation
  • Insurance re-verification & pre-billing audits automation
  • Faster data collection for all Accounts Receivable
  • Automated month-end processes, the closing of books, etc.

5. Data Aggregation

Gaining a 360-degree perspective of operations is a challenge across post-acute care. Advanced analytics and insights drawn by bots allow teams to rapidly make decisions that positively impact care quality and business performance. Here's how RPA can help you do more with your data:

  • A unified view into your operations across service lines with quick, detailed report generation
  • Data-driven analytics and visualizations updated by the minute
  • Receive meaningful insights into critical areas needed to evaluate staff



Jaideep Nair - Marketing & Communications at Element5
Post-Acute Care
5 Processes RPA can automate for post-acute care
Post-Acute Care
Three technologies that are changing the landscape of home health organizations in 2021

When we think about 2020, healthcare inevitably comes up. While organizations continue on their mission to manage the pandemic, it’s also time for them to begin thinking about future-proofing themselves to create a more robust system of delivery. This holds especially true for home health organizations that need to actively reorganize themselves for better patient outcomes. But where does this future-proofing journey begin? This blog by Abhilash Kumar, Head of Marketing, Element5 talks about the three key technologies gaining increasing adoption in the post-acute care market, especially home-health.

This blog first appeared in McKnight's Senior Living.

When we think about 2020, healthcare inevitably comes up. While organizations continue on their mission to manage the pandemic, it’s also time for them to begin thinking about future-proofing themselves to create a more robust system of delivery. This holds especially true for home health organizations that need to actively reorganize themselves for better patient outcomes. But where does this future-proofing journey begin?

Healthcare beyond the four walls of the hospital    

Take a moment to assess the scale of the home health industry. In 2019, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that there were 11,844 home health agencies in the U.S. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that people in the age bracket of 65 will grow from 43 million in 2012 to over 85 million in 2050. With this growth in the old age population, the demand for home health services is expected to grow as well. By 2025, this market is poised to reach $147.45 billion.

In order to keep up with the magnitude of this growth, there are four key areas that home-based healthcare needs to focus on. Much like healthcare as a whole, home health organizations also need to align themselves largely to the quadruple aim, which refers to better patient experiences, improved care outcomes, lower cost of care and better staff experiences.

There are several technological solutions that cater to the home health market. While organizations have myriad options, here are three technologies that are increasingly gaining adoption in post-acute care and, more specifically, among home health teams.

To read the full blog click here.

Abhilash Kumar - Head of Marketing at Element5
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Three technologies that are changing the landscape of home health organizations in 2021
Post-Acute Care
You’ve heard of AI for post-acute care. But have you heard of RPA? The new technology home-health, hospices & others are turning to

Despite the rise in technology adoption in healthcare, the post-acute care industry has been slow on the uptake. This is in part due to a poor understanding of the technology and a lack of insight into the merits. It is a well-known fact that every dollar spent on operational inefficiencies is a dollar that cannot be spent on care delivery and improving patient outcomes. The post-acute care system in the US is overrun with rule-based, repetitive administrative tasks that take up an inordinate amount of time. These documentation tasks often cut into the hours of the operations teams leading to overburdened staff unable to work at the top of their license. Automation fits in as the perfect answer to this problem.

Despite the rise in technology adoption in healthcare, the post-acute care industry has been slow on the uptake. This is in part due to a poor understanding of the technology and a lack of insight into the merits. It is a well-known fact that every dollar spent on operational inefficiencies is a dollar that cannot be spent on care delivery and improving patient outcomes. The post-acute care system in the US is overrun with rule-based, repetitive administrative tasks that take up an inordinate amount of time. These documentation tasks often cut into the hours of the operations teams leading to overburdened staff unable to work at the top of their license. Automation fits in as the perfect answer to this problem.


What is RPA and how can it help

RPA or Robotic Process Automation is a system of recording tasks where machines are instructed to execute rule-based tasks precisely. Robots (or bots) find logical steps and perform repetitive, labor-intensive tasks utilizing the same systems that post-acute teams utilize with no human intervention. RPA, when implemented correctly, comes in as a boon for post-acute care organizations, functioning as a digital assistant that performs all of the tasks just as humans would only faster, more accurately, and efficiently. It allows for the organization's medical teams to focus on business-critical functions and deliver better patient outcomes. RPA, in conjunction with AI, can help automate post-acute care workflows such as intake management, claims and denials, RCM, record management, and a plethora more waiting to be found. In just the intake management process alone, post-acute care teams stand to save hundreds of hours working on tasks such as managing referrals, checking eligibility, audits, and more. These processes can be performed substantially faster and more efficiently through automation. All that time saved can now go towards providing a better, more fulfilling patient care experience.


Is it too early to adopt RPA?

According to market studies, the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) market is expected to reach $5bn by 2024. The healthcare segment is expected to be one of the fastest-growing sectors over this forecast period. Moreover, with more and more provider networks focusing on interoperability as a key requirement while considering their referrals, it has become paramount for post-acute care organizations to focus on upping their technology game. RPA is not a band-aid fix to the situation either since it can be easily scaled along with the organization's tech infrastructure owing to its tech-agnostic nature. RPA is easily implemented with the help of the right partner, at almost zero technology overhead, and exhibits tangible ROI from Day 1.


In conclusion, RPA is a technology that directly aligns with the core values of lowering the cost of care and improving staff experience to build on and go beyond the only bottom line, better patient care. While there are several players in the RPA for the healthcare space, Element5 has built RPA based workflow automation solutions, specifically for post-acute teams. Now all that's left to be seen is how the post-acute care leaders rise to step forth on this evolutionary journey.

Jaideep Nair - Marketing & Communications at Element5
Post-Acute Care
You’ve heard of AI for post-acute care. But have you heard of RPA? The new technology home-health, hospices & others are turning to
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HHCN Voices: Jennifer Maxwell CEO & Co-founder at Maxwell Healthcare Associates

In this VOICES interview, Home Health Care News sits down with Maxwell Healthcare Associates (MHA) CEO and co-founder Jennifer Maxwell to learn why M&A has been on the rise in home health care, predictions for home health M&A in 2021 and why training helps solve staffing challenges. Read on to find out how technology has been key to their growth and how their new partnership with Element5 is helping them leverage RPA and AI to boost their client successes.

Excerpt from the full conversation

One area of the MHA team’s work that is cutting edge is RPA, Robot Process Automation. What does this mean, and how does it affect home-based care providers, including hospices?

Maxwell: RPA is definitely up and coming. We partnered with Element5 to bring much needed automation to the post-acute care industry. What we have seen with those agencies that home-grow their RPA — or piece it together with smaller firms — are a lot of errors and breakdowns in the automation. They are having humans continuously monitor for those breaks, thus negating the whole objective of leveraging RPA.

Element5 has next-level technology that minimizes the need for humans to monitor. We are working closely with them and developing numerous workflows and automations that are extremely detailed and efficient. They are saving time, people and money along with increasing efficiencies within agencies.

We also are utilizing the RPA post-acquisition transactions to automate the technology transfer of data that would typically take numerous consultants and time to complete. For example, if you take a large hospice with a 2000-plus census that has to migrate all those patients over into the new technology, that would typically take weeks to do. We’re talking hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of hours. We’re able to take it down to like four days. Think about the ROI on that acquisition. It is profound. You’re saving time to full transition, decreasing impact on staff and mitigating potential burnout and room for error, to name a few.

We have a great level of confidence with Element5. Our client successes have been multiplying.

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HHCN Voices: Jennifer Maxwell CEO & Co-founder at Maxwell Healthcare Associates
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Hospice Leverage Emerging Technologies to Build Efficiency

Hospices are seeking to build new levels of efficiency into their workflows as they contend with COVID-19 headwinds and prepare for participation in value-based payment models. A rising number of providers are turning to emerging technologies to support those efforts including artificial intelligence, telehealth and robotic process automation. Read on to find out how these technologies are helping hospices all over the US supercharge their operational efficiency.

Excerpt from the full article

Another emerging technology that is gaining ground is robotic process automation (RPA). This technology can be configured to perform actions within and between systems. RPA uses robots to automate workflows and manage complex and repetitive tasks involving electronic health records (EHR), payer sites and financial systems. RPA systems can be used to automate certain workflows in patient intake, authorizations and reauthorizations and revenue cycle management.

When double checking a patient’s authorization, for instance, a staff member typically has to login to the EHR and enter information from that system into a payer portal, as well as download required documentation and in turn update the EHR with the authorization data. RPA can automate the data entry process, eliminating several steps, according to Joe Randesi, co-founder & CEO, Element5.

“Risk is paramount to participating in value-based payment models. Efficient operations position providers at a stronghold to take on the clinical and financial risks associated with value-based care delivery,” Randesi said. “To improve efficiency, data has played a critical role over the last few years in helping understand bottlenecks. More recently, data-driven decision making has made its way to the hospice and palliative care space.”

To read the full article click here.

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How Robot Process Automation (RPA) Helps Connect Disparate Systems and Increase Efficiencies

The use of technology to help organizations produce meaningful work and gain previously unheard efficiencies is the eventual goal of all users of technology. Nowhere is this more needed than in the home health and hospice industry. Cost control is paramount in-home health and hospice when it comes to the foundation of a profitable business that will be able to weather the regulatory storms that seem to hit us every year. The home health and hospice systems are built on who can be the most efficient at the lowest cost and provide the patients with the highest level of care possible. Therefore, it’s is incumbent upon providers to use every available tool to make this seemingly possible task profitable and prosperous for years to come. We would like to introduce you to a tool called Robot Process Automation (RPA) paired with Artificial Intelligence, and MHA currently works with an amazing new provider of this service named Element5.

Excerpt from the full blog

The use of technology to help organizations produce meaningful work and gain previously unheard efficiencies is the eventual goal of all users of technology. Nowhere is this more needed than in the home health and hospice industry.  Cost control is paramount in-home health and hospice when it comes to the foundation of a profitable business that will be able to weather the regulatory storms that seem to hit us every year. The home health and hospice systems are built on who can be the most efficient at the lowest cost and provide the patients with the highest level of care possible.

Therefore, it’s is incumbent upon providers to use every available tool to make this seemingly possible task profitable and prosperous for years to come. We would like to introduce you to a tool called Robot Process Automation (RPA) paired with Artificial Intelligence, and MHA currently works with an amazing new provider of this service named Element5.

To learn more about our partnership and read the full post click here.

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How Robot Process Automation (RPA) Helps Connect Disparate Systems and Increase Efficiencies
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4 Benefits of Robotic Process Automation in Home-based Care

An Oxford University study in 2013 told everyone what we’d all been wondering: Will a robot one day take my job? The report — “The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation?” — offered its ranking of 702 jobs and careers based on how easily they could be automated. Not surprisingly, the home-based care sector fared pretty well, as therapists, social workers, and mental health professionals made up 40% of the top 10 safest jobs. That does not mean that robotics and automation have no place in home-based care. The contrary. Robot process automation, or RPA, is software that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate a variety of menial, repetitive tasks that otherwise fall on clinicians. In home-health and hospice, RPA is hugely beneficial for revenue cycle work, for example.

Excerpt from the full article

An Oxford University study in 2013 told everyone what we’d all been wondering: Will a robot one day take my job? The report — “The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation?” — offered its ranking of 702 jobs and careers based on how easily they could be automated.

Not surprisingly, the home-based care sector fared pretty well, as therapists, social workers and mental health professionals made up 40% of the top 10 safest jobs.

That does not mean that robotics and automation have no place in home-based care. The contrary. Robot process automation, or RPA, is software that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate a variety of menial, repetitive tasks that otherwise fall on clinicians. In home health and hospice, RPA is hugely beneficial for revenue cycle work, for example.

“RPA takes large, basic, A-to-Z processes that don’t require subjective human decision-making, because it’s been mapped all the way through, and runs these processes without error, 24/7,” says Jennifer Maxwell, CEO and co-founder of Maxwell Healthcare Associates (MHA).

RPA saves home-based care providers both time and money, and is a long-term cost savings tool...

Read the complete article here.

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4 Benefits of Robotic Process Automation in Home-based Care
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Element5 and LBMC announce strategic partnership to bring greater security to automation for post-acute care

Element5 and LBMC, today, announced a strategic partnership that aims to bring greater enterprise-grade security and healthcare compliance to Element5's existing suite of AI and RPA (Robotic Process Automation) solutions. The strength of this partnership comes at the heels of Element5's rapidly growing portfolio of automation workflows that enable post-acute care organizations to witness tangible ROI by automating their administrative processes. Element5 provides pre-built intelligent automation solutions that allow post-acute care teams to eliminate the need for manual intervention across repetitive workflows. With an added layer of intelligent reporting, teams are able to spend less time on administrative functions and more time delivering better patient outcomes.

The partnership is aimed at strengthening healthcare data compliance and security measures across Element5's workflow automation suite for post-acute care

SAN JOSE, Calif. and NASHVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 26, 2021 / -- Element5 and LBMC, today, announced a strategic partnership that aims to bring greater enterprise-grade security and healthcare compliance to Element5's existing suite of AI and RPA (Robotic Process Automation) solutions. The strength of this partnership comes at the heels of Element5's rapidly growing portfolio of automation workflows that enable post-acute care organizations to witness tangible ROI by automating their administrative processes.

Element5 provides pre-built intelligent automation solutions that allow post-acute care teams to eliminate the need for manual intervention across repetitive workflows. With an added layer of intelligent reporting, teams are able to spend less time on administrative functions and more time delivering better patient outcomes. Element5 will leverage the expertise of LBMC to better manage data, information security and patient privacy in its end-to-end workflow automation solutions.

Speaking on the partnership, Joe Randesi, co-founder and CEO of Element5 said, "AI and RPA are relatively nascent to the post-acute care industry, but their impact is tremendous. As customers are adopting these new technologies, we are committed to the privacy, safety and security of their data, allowing them to focus better on patient care. We're thrilled to partner with LBMC, who are helping us deliver this vision."
Mark Burnette, Shareholder-in-Charge at LBMC Information Security, said, "Protecting sensitive data is of utmost importance for healthcare organizations, especially when advanced technologies such as AI and RPA are utilized. Element5's partnership with LBMC Information Security is evidence that the company takes its responsibility seriously and intends to lead the post-acute care industry toward secure automated solutions.  We are pleased to be partnered with Element5 in securing healthcare data and processes."

Last year, Element5 announced the closing of its seed round of funding, with a commitment to bring workflow automation solutions to hospice and homecare agencies. In 2020, Element5 also received its SOC2 certification as a part of its continued commitment towards better customer security. Today, organizations across the U.S. are automating a range of labor intensive processes such as quality assurance, authorizations, order management, and revenue cycle management using Element5's AI and RPA based solutions.

ABOUT Element5

Element5 provides intelligent automation solutions for post-acute care. Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Element5 simplifies the execution of complex processes that incur high costs and are often labor intensive.

Element5 is on a mission to enable clinical and operational teams to focus on better care delivery, by freeing them from encumbrances of administrative tasks. Intelligent bots, pre-built workflows and interoperability with EHR systems enable faster delivery of repetitive processes while minimizing errors.

Built by experts with over a century of collective experience in healthcare and post acute care, Element5 is helping organizations do more, by doing less. Headquartered in San Jose, California with offices in Chennai, you can learn more about Element5 and RPA at www.e5.ai

About LBMC

LBMC is a Forbes 2020 Top Recommended Firm, one of the Southeast's largest accounting and business consulting firms and a top 50 firm in the nation serving approximately 10,000 clients with diverse needs across a spectrum of industries. The LBMC Family of Companies has more than 700 employees, with offices in Chattanooga, Nashville (Brentwood), and Knoxville, TN. Founded in 1984 as a traditional accounting firm, LBMC has expanded its focus to meet a broad range of advisory and business consulting needs for its diverse client base. Today, we've become industry leaders in financial, human resources, technology, information security, and wealth advisory services for businesses and individuals. For more information, visit www.lbmc.com.

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Element5 and LBMC announce strategic partnership to bring greater security to automation for post-acute care
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Element5 Announces the Closing of $2.5M Seed Funding

Element5, the San Jose startup building Homecare's first Automation Hub, has today announced the closing of $2.5 million in seed round funding. Founded in late 2019, Element5 is rethinking the way work gets done by bringing automation-as-a-service solutions to Homecare and Hospice providers. The technology is built on the foundation of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA) and delivers end-to-end automation for key workflows. Accompanying each automated workflow are rich, powerful analytics that help clients gain valuable insight into their business.

SAN JOSE, Calif., June 1, 2020 -- Element5, the San Jose startup building Homecare's first Automation Hub, has today announced the closing of $2.5 million in seed round funding.

Founded in late 2019, Element5 is rethinking the way work gets done by bringing automation-as-a-service solutions to Homecare and Hospice providers. The technology is built on the foundation of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA) and delivers end-to-end automations for key workflows. Accompanying each automated workflow are rich, powerful analytics that help clients gain valuable insight into their business.

"We're very fortunate to have the support of our investors to help us bring high-impact technology to a space that deserves it," says Joe Randesi, CEO and co-founder of Element5. "Homecare is filled with great technology companies that offer robust, powerful applications. However, there is still a substantial amount of manual processes required to run Homecare operations. This is where we found the capabilities of RPA such a great fit, since it leverages existing systems and can perform actions just like a human. Once clients see automation working in conjunction with their existing software, they quickly realize the ROI and often ask what else is possible."

Randesi and co-founder Eric Gordon, Element5's Chief Revenue Office, have served the Homecare and Hospice market for 12+ years. Gordon says, "We empower our clients to perform at the top of their competency, enabling them to focus on the highest value tasks. With ever-changing industry rules and regulations, the time and energy spent just to stay compliant is enormous and often creates operational bottlenecks. Automating compliance-related workflows will provide our clients with the freedom they need to rethink how work gets done."

Element5 co-founders also include CTO Murali Vivenankandan and COO Bhavani Raman. "I am excited about helping providers adopt cutting-edge technology in a simple, meaningful way," says Vivekanandan. "Combining AI, RPA, and other complementary tools will create powerful solutions that will truly change the way our clients get work done."

About Element5

Element5 provides intelligent automation solutions for post-acute care. Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Element5 simplifies the execution of complex processes that incur high costs and are often labor intensive.

Element5 is on a mission to enable clinical and operational teams to focus on better care delivery, by freeing them from encumbrances of administrative tasks. Intelligent bots, pre-built workflows and interoperability with EHR systems enable faster delivery of repetitive processes while minimizing errors.

Built by experts with over a century of collective experience in healthcare and post acute care, Element5 is helping organizations do more, by doing less. Headquartered in San Jose, California with offices in Chennai, you can learn more about Element5 and RPA at www.e5.ai or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

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