Care management tech company Altruista Health hires Jean Prater (General Dynamics IT) as VP of project management, and Tom Joyer (Health Integrated) as VP of sales.
I2I Population Health names Dawn Berg (Assist Consulting Group), Scot McCray (CamCare) (not pictured), and Jay Wilkes (RyMir Consulting) to its sales team. Adam Ackerman (Relatient) joins the company as director of client development.
Netsmart will work with several clients, including Tri-County Mental Health Services (MO), located in states selected to participate in the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic program. The CCBHC program requires the use of evidence-based practices, care coordination, integration with physical healthcare, and the provision of 24-hour crisis care, plus participation in a new payment system set up by SAMHSA. The company will deliver care coordination, connectivity, HIE, RCM, and population health management solutions.
CMS awards United Way of Greater Cleveland a $4.51 million grant to help it create a Accountable Health Communities Model. The United Way chapter will use the funds over a five-year period to integrate its community resource navigators into seven Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, and Care Alliance Health Center locations. The navigators will work with the providers to assess the health-related social needs of Medicaid and Medicare patients, many of whom live below poverty level. The grant will also help the organizations partner on technology, workflow design, assessment, and planning needs.
Iowa-based Mercy ACO selects Innovaccer’s Datashop data warehouse to aggregate health data from 65 participating facilities including ambulatory sites, hospitals, and payers.
- Intelligent Medical Objects exhibits at the Allscripts Northeast Pro ARUG in Hartford, CT.
- Nordic Consulting presents what employees love most about the company.
- Non-technical Considerations Before Beginning an Epic Connect Project (Culbert Healthcare Solutions)