CarePort and GHA Subsidiary Partner to Offer Comprehensive Solutions to Improve Transitions of Care
CarePort partners with Georgia Hospital Health Services to offer care coordination solutions to help smooth care transitions and improve patient outcomes across the state
BOSTON, MA – July 9, 2019 – CarePort Health, a pioneer in care coordination and post-acute outcomes management, today announced a partnership with Georgia Hospital Health Services (GHHS), the shared services subsidiary of Georgia Hospital Association. The collaboration will provide hospitals across the state with a complete suite of solutions to improve care coordination by educating, guiding and monitoring patients moving across the continuum of care.
GHHS is partnering with CarePort to help provide real-time visibility and transparency into transitions of care for hospitals in Georgia. CarePort’s platform and network of providers bridges hospitals, post-acute providers, payers, and physician groups to coordinate and manage care across the continuum.
“We are committed to selecting optimal solutions for our hospitals to ensure our patients are receiving the best care possible,” said GHA Senior Vice President of Business Operations, Bill Wylie. “We understand the importance of transparency throughout care transitions and are committed to providing real-time patient data to improve patient outcomes. Our partnership with CarePort is our latest effort to equip providers with the technology they need to provide highly coordinated, quality care.”
Any Georgia provider, including those participating in value-based care arrangements, can utilize CarePort’s suite of solutions to access relevant, real-time, patient information and clinical context that help optimize outcomes and provide seamless, coordinated patient care. The partnership between GHHS and CarePort supports all providers in their efforts to reduce readmissions and improve quality of care.
“By showcasing the value of seamless care coordination to improve patient care, GHA is setting a new standard of care – not only for Georgia’s health system, but nationwide,” said Dr. Lissy Hu, CEO and founder of CarePort. “We are thrilled to be an endorsed care coordination solution of GHHS and excited to provide its hospitals with the tools they need to ease transitions of care.”
CarePort’s entire suite of products – CarePort Care Management, CarePort Referral Management, CarePort Guide, CarePort Connect and CarePort Insight – include thousands of providers across the country, increasing value through both a broad network geographically and a deeper network functionally beyond just admissions, discharges and transfers.
To learn more about CarePort, please visit them online at www.careporthealth.com.
About CarePort Health
CarePort Health provides care coordination software solutions to manage patient transitions across the continuum. The end-to-end platform bridges acute and post-acute EHRs, providing visibility for providers, payers and ACOs into the care that patients receive across care settings so that all providers can efficiently and effectively coordinate patient care. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
About Georgia Hospital Association
Founded in 1929, GHA serves more than 170 hospitals in Georgia and promotes the health and welfare of the public through the development of better hospital care for all Georgia’s citizens. The mission of GHA is to advance the health of individuals and communities by serving as the leading advocate for all Georgia hospitals and healthcare systems. GHA represents its members before the General Assembly and Congress, as well as state and federal regulatory agencies, and is an allied member of the American Hospital Association. For more information, please call 770-249-4500 or visit gha.org.
GHHS, Inc. is a for-profit subsidiary of the Georgia Hospital Association. Founded in 1989, GHHS serves member hospitals by offering various types of programs. GHHS may either create a program to serve a membership need; exclusively market a program for GHA members; endorse services and assist in creating awareness plans. Programs may also be placed in product lines. All programs typically offer a discounted rate and/or additional benefits not readily available to non-member hospitals. GHHS subjects each potential program to a rigorous due diligence process and partners only with companies and programs that are of high quality, provide a benefit to our members, and fit within GHA’s strategic plan.
For more information, contact:
Matter for CarePort