In recent years, Providence has developed or acquired technology platforms, processes, best practices and expertise that have improved the way we deliver patient care and run our administrative services.
This week, we're excited to announce that we're formally making these services and solutions available through a new company called Tegria. Several of our recent acquisitions, as well as services we have developed internally, will be part of the new company.
For example, Providence has been provisioning IT services to rural hospitals and clinics for years through Community Technologies (formerly Community Connect). Now, as a Tegria company, it will be possible for Community Technologies to share their expertise more broadly.
Making these solutions available to other health care organizations is one way we’re improving the health of local communities and extending our healing ministry to more people in need.
Below you'll find the complete portfolio of companies that comprise Tegria today. To learn more, read our news release.
Healthcare Consulting and Technology Services
Bluetree: A leading Epic strategy and support firm that helps organizations maximize return on their Epic investment.
Engage IT Services: A full-service MEDITECH consultancy that provides a wide range of EHR solutions with a team capable of supporting the needs of the complex hospital environment.
Navin, Haffty: A comprehensive MEDITECH consulting firm that delivers innovative tools, solutions, and strategies to improve operational performance and enhance patient care quality.
Community Technologies: A premier healthcare technology company that connects providers and patients through healthcare technology products and services.
Revenue Cycle Management Solutions
MediRevv: A company supporting hospitals, large physician groups, academic medical centers, and health systems through end-to-end revenue cycle management, patient pay solutions, insurance receivables follow-up, and medical coding services.
Acclara Solutions: A revenue cycle management solutions company that helps hospitals, large academic health systems, and physician practices accelerate revenue recovery while advancing the patient experience.
Medical Specialties Managers: A physician office solutions company that offers high-touch solutions for the next-generation of healthcare providers.
Software Technology and Platforms
QuiviQ: A data analytics startup that employs machine learning models to restructure hospital operations.
Lumedic: A next-generation revenue cycle platform built on blockchain, machine learning and patient-centric design to help payers and providers focus on patients, not administration.