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Lowell Physician Hospital Goes Live With MedVentive

August 9, 2010
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Lowell General Physician-Hospital Organization (Lowell PHO), a 280-physician integrated delivery system providing outstanding quality care to patients in the Greater Lowell (Massachusetts) area, has implemented Waltham, Mass.-based MedVentive’s technology platform to manage risk and quality performance. To effectively manage its capitated and incentive-based quality contracts with multiple payers, Lowell PHO sought a comprehensive, flexible technology platform to manage risk, identify improvement opportunities, and proactively outreach to its physicians and patients.

MedVentive provides performance management solutions that improve patient care while strengthening financial performance for health plans and physician groups. MedVentive’s comprehensive, proven technology platform engages the entire healthcare continuum through physician collaboration, data transparency, and proactive care improvement on a community-wide basis to measurably increase patient wellness. With a proven ROI for increasing the quality of care while lowering costs, MedVentive’s clients are leading the industry in achieving real world results.


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