Integrated Health Partners selects Texture Health’s care management platform
Integrated Health Partners (IHP), a physician organization engaged in providing care management services and originally founded as a partnership between Battle Creek Health System and the Calhoun County Physicians Organization, Inc., today announced the launch of a technology partnership with Texture Health. This strategic partnership is aimed at delivering proactive, workflow-driven population health care management with the goal of delivering the best possible outcomes at the lowest cost to care.
“Since its inception, IHP has been singularly focused on delivering value in the form of high quality, customized, whole patient care for the populations we serve,” said Ruth Clark, Executive Director of IHP. “In Texture Health, we have found a partner whose technology we can leverage to enhance, automate, and scale our best practices and workflows, allowing us to positively impact the lives of even more patients.”
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