2iM® was created in 2011 from a spin off of the Impact of Management Technologies in Health. As soon as it was created it went through a selection process in the Technological Incubator (INTEC) of the Institute of Technology of Paraná and was approved without restriction. At the end of 2015 he graduated from the incubator and in 2017 he went to be a scale-up receiving a contribution of investments of Fund PRIMATEC.
2iM's value proposition is to use analytics tools to measure Health Value. For this value proposition, 2iM develops applications and systems for health data generation, uses techniques and interoperability solutions, it generates specific metrics of quality and cost in health and implements new value-based payment models.
In 2014, the company established its model of assessment of care performance, GPS.2iM © initiating projects in large hospitals and nowadays it is already in use in close to 30% of ANAHP (National Association of Private Hospitals) hospitals, having more than 40 thousand doctors evaluated with this tool, in addition to being used by various public and private payers.
2iM is a benchmark in the market for assessing the performance of doctors and health services and for implementing value-based payment models.
Using Analytics to Measure Health Value
Using the concept of Business Analytics (BA), we group, analyze and track health information focusing on strategic decision-making in relation to the quality and health performance indicators of your institution. This concept deals with the evolution of BI (Business Intelligence), allowing the access, tracking, storage, transformation, modeling, analysis and delivery of information with the main objective of enabling the strategic decision-making of its management team and restructuring value-based compensation models.
- Social responsibility
- Commitment to results
- Ethical rigor regarding the information generated
Doctor with a Masters in Health Economics from the University of York - England and an MBA in Strategy and Business Management from UFPR (Federal University of Paraná). Executive President of 2iM - Inteligência Médica S / A. Author of the book "Payment for Performance: the challenge of evaluating performance in Brazil (Editora DOC Content, 2015) and author of the GPS.2iM © model for performance evaluation of health service providers. He has been an ANS (National Agency of Supplementary Health) consultant for the QUALISS program and is a guest speaker at various health institutions in Brazil and abroad.
Jovaldo Rodrigues Savian
Director of Operations
Information Technology in Health
Information Technology in Health Bachelor in Mathematics with extension in Computing, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). He holds an MBA in Hospital Management from UNINTER. He acted as professor and course coordinator at CTI / UNESP. He has developed several solutions in Information Technology, with emphasis in the health area. He wrote the software for threshold assessment and maximum auditory comfort for children with cochlear implants in both doctoral and postdoctoral projects. Since 2004, he has been developing consulting services for operators of supplementary health plans. He was Information Technology Coordinator and associate consultant of IMPACTO Health Audit, where he developed solutions for claims management and medical performance analysis and compensation. At 2Im, he is Product Director and works in the Innovation Sector to develop new products.
Management in Health Audit
Health Audit Management, Nurse, Master in Health Information Technology, PUC-PR, Postgraduate in Administration in Health Plans by PUC-PR, Specialist in Nursing Audit, by the Brazilian Society of Nurses Auditors, she worked as a President of the Society of Nurses Auditors in Parana. She was certified by Lifecare INC - USA, in Homecare and by the Biomedical System - USA, in Case Management Programs. Postgraduate Professor in the courses of Audit and Management of UTP Uningá and in Administration in Nursing Services of the PUC University in Parana. She has worked as an instructor in training courses and training of health cost teams in Brazil. She was the Managing Partner of Impact Technologies Health Management and 2iM Medical Intelligence.
Walter Lyrio do Valle
Doctor graduated from the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), specializing in General Surgery, Public Health and Hospital Management and MBA in Health Management by the Hospital das Clínicas de São Paulo. He has worked as Technical Director of Unidas, Deputy Director of Management of accredited network of Medial, Medical Manager of VIVO and CESP Foundation. He currently coordinates the SUS (Unified Health System) audit, is an Advisor to the Executive Board of the Hospital das Clínicas of the University of São Paulo (USP) and Medical Auditor and Manager of accredited network of the São Paulo State Treasury. He is a consultant and advisor to the Brazilian Federation of Hospitals (FBH) and the Association of Hospitals of the State of São Paulo (AHESP). He is part of the technical groups of the National Agency for Supplementary Health (ANS), Committee for Standardization of Health Information (COPISS) and New Models of Hospital Remuneration. At 2Im, he acts as a senior consultant, as a specialist in the GPS-HOSPITALS product to evaluate the performance of the clinical staff and hospitalization units.
Marcelo Cunio Machado Fonseca MD, PhD
Pediatrics doctor graduated from the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), specialized in Pediatric Intensive Therapy, Master in Economics and Health Management and PhD in Medicine from the same institution. He completed the Marketing and Management Extension courses by the American Management Association and Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics by the Harvard School of Public Health. He is a graduated and post-graduated professor at the Faculty of Health Technologies of UNIFESP, where he teaches Health Technology Assessment, Clinical Research and Pediatrics. And also at UNIFESP, he was the founder of the Nucleus of Clinical Trials and is currently the general manager of the Nucleus of Health Technology Assessment (NATS). He is president of the Brazilian Chapter of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR).
Gabriela Tannus Branco de Araújo, MSc
Economist graduated from the Armando Álvares Penteado Foundation (FAAP), with a degree in Marketing at Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing (ESPM) and an MBA in Economics and Health Management from UNIFESP. Master in Health Sciences from UNIFESP and PhD student at the same institution. She also held the in-person extension courses Leading Professional Services Firms and Business Innovations in Global Health Care Delivery at Harvard Business School. Specialist in charge of the Office of Assessment of Health Technology of UNIFESP. She is currently the vice president of the Brazilian Chapter of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) and a member of the ISPOR Latin American Consortium Executive Committee.
He graduated in Information Systems from the State University of Northern Paraná (UENP). He holds a specialization in web technologies from the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná (PUC-PR) and an MBA in Project Management at Universidade Positivo. He has a degree in Information Technology and Data Security, Data Science and Machine Learning. He has worked in the market as a developer analyst and project coordinator, as well as an instructor in web development. At 2iM Medical Intelligence, he acts as a manager of the Research & Development & Innovation area.
She holds a Bachelor's degree in Nursing from Pequeno Príncipe Colleges, a postgraduate degree in Innovation Management from the Federal University of Santa Catarina and a Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering from the Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná. She acted as a nurse analyst of evidence-based medicine at the Unimed Federation of Paraná State from 2007 to 2014. At 2iM S / A, she works in the area of epidemiology and technical support for the development of the GPS.2iM © solution.
Solange Abicalaffe Serci
She Graduated from the FAE Business School in Business Administration, postgraduate by the Tuiuti University in Audit and Health Management and Post-Graduation in Controlling. She started as an Administrator and representative of Helicom Film, in the areas of training, as Manager in the III Millennium College and as Administrative Manager in the companies Graal Clínica Médica, Delta Saúde, an occupational health company. She worked for 18 years as Administrative Manager at Impacto Audia em Saúde S/A. She is currently Administrative Manager at 2iM Impacto Inteligência Médica S/A.
Eduardo Yoshimi Tsuzuki
Professional with more than 30 years of IT experience, he graduated as a Data Processing Technologist from the University of Bauru, holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from UNESP and an MBA in Hospital Management from UNINTER. He specializes in applied IT for the health area, in which he has been working as a specialist consultant, manager and executor of hospital management projects, preventive medicine, electronic medical records and the like for health plan operators, hospitals, clinics and providers since 1998 health services.
Code of Conduct
The essence of the 2iM® business lies in aggregating and integrating data from various health players, whether public or private. This way, the result of our work is the knowledge of confidential data. In this sense, the 2iM® Code of Conduct establishes our line of conduct and the way we deal with this.
Therefore, the 2iM® Code of Conduct is intended to reinforce our values and principles, specifying our work behavior, especially with regard to relationships with patients, clients and outsourced consultants, whether in the public or private area. Following our core ethical, anti-corruption and transparency standards is our role and responsibility. Thus, we contribute to the good corporate governance of our company and our clients and partners by managing the risks that are pertinent to our business.
1. In our relationship
We guarantee the confidentiality and secrecy of personal data required by the Brazilian Constitution of 1988 in its fifth article.
For the dissemination of results, we work with absolute data, preferably numerical and acronyms to not individualize and detail personal statements.
We do not disclose the patient's name, at most their initials and location. To avoid homonyms, or even research bias due to the fact that the patient changes doctors, we use the initials of the mother's name.
We do not use sensitive information, such as illness or signs and symptoms that the patient has, for our own purposes, to help some interested party or to harm any other.
We acknowledge and respect that the patient is the only one entitled to disclose your confidential information or authorize (in writing) your disclosure.
We do not work or carry gifts or any item, of any value, that may appear to be a favor exchange.
With doctors and other providers of health services
The data of doctors and other providers of health services are not identified, at most including initial, city of care, region and specialty or type of provider.
We acknowledge and respect that the doctor is the custodian of patient information.
We do not interfere with the treatment established by the doctor.
With the pharmaceutical industry
We do not provide specific information or information about patients, doctors or other health care providers.
In the communication materials, our or the customers, we respect the established by the norms in force in the country (RDC 96).
We guarantee the secrecy and confidentiality of the strategic information obtained. We are custodians of any and all original, copy, or material that contains strategic confidential information. In the end, we return, along with the work done, all the material delivered.
With clients, public or private managers and strategic alliances
We do not and do not encourage bribery and corruption.
We do not take messages to third parties, whatever they may be.
We do not provide patient or doctor specific information or information.
We seek to establish contracts, terms of responsibility and confidentiality in the work performed.
"Confidential Information" means information of a confidential nature or property of any party disclosed to the other party, including matters of a technical nature such as business secrets, methods, prototypes, data, ideas, designs, formulation, know-how and similar items may be disclosed and are not set out in public or published information or sources of business, in addition to any other information designated by the client and 2iM® as confidential.
2iM® employees, partners and employees in general have access to a wealth of information from 2iM® customers: doctors, patients, and others. All such information is to be considered as "confidential information" at all times and for all purposes, and its disclosure is disallowed.
We work with public information and identify the sources of research in order to demonstrate and prove their origin.
We guarantee and keep the confidentiality for three years after the delivery of the work and we do not use this data for other works, respecting free competition.
We do not use confidential information for personal gain.
We do not copy, transcribe, transmit confidential information without the prior written consent of the parties involved.
3. General Items
We do not employ or contract, even for temporary consultants, professionals subject to public employment or employment relationships within government, state-owned companies or controlled by public agencies or agencies (including governmental or government-controlled medical or health institutions) whose position allows influence or improper promotion of the interests of any party, especially with regard to public procurement and procurement.
We do not employ or hire minors under the age of 18 and do not encourage practices that lead to child labor.
We respect the intellectual properties of authors and creators.
Whenever requested, we provide copies of tax collections (INSS (National Institute of Social Security), ISS (Tax over services), PIS (Social integration program), Income Tax, FGTS (Service Assurance Fund), Union Contribution, among others) and other documents deemed necessary.
We return all materials delivered to us to perform the work.
We work and follow the norms recognized as standards of ethics, transparency and respect:
- "FCPA - Foreign Corruption Practices Act" United States law that applies to companies with headquarters in that country and subsidiaries in other countries;
- Law 10467/2002, Law 9613/1998, article 333 of Law 2848/40 (Penal Code), Code of Conduct of the High Federal Administration and Civil Public Server Statute;
- Law Number 3,268, dated September 30, 1957, regulated by Decree No. 44,045, dated July 19, 1958, amended by Law No. 11,000, of December 15, 2004, and Decree No. 6.821, of April 14, 2009;
- Article 2 and Article 15 of Law number 3,268 / 57;
- Article 16 of Decree-Law number 20.931 / 32, items c, g and h;
- Code of Medical Ethics - CFM Resolution (Federal Council of Medicine), number. 1931/09;
- National Health Card Policy (CNS) and confidentiality of patient data;
- Ethical research standards CONEP and CEP.
2iM respects and watches over your privacy. Any and all information collected through the contact forms of this site will be for the sole and exclusive use of 2iM and treated with the same secrecy applied to the conclusion of contracts, financial transactions or commercial relationship that materialize through this environment.
Under no circumstances will the data be made available or accessed by third parties. The use and handling of this data is specifically intended to enhance your user experience within the framework of interaction with our platform(s).
The navigation cookies identify habits and interests and allow us to offer information, products and services more adapted to your profile, without there is any type of personal identification.
Personal data such as name, e-mail or telephone may be used, jointly or in isolation, only within the scope of informative communication about our products and processes, as well as through interlocution, relationship and clarification tools.
At any time you can perform your disregard of our database, either automatically, through the links that we make available on our contact platforms, or by request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.