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South Carolina Medical Home Network Deploys MedHOK HIE Solution

October 20, 2010
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Based in Irmo (Columbia), S.C., Palmetto Physician Connections is a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) provider that executes primary care case management programs featuring a dedicated clinical focus on care coordination, case management and disease management for Medicaid managed care. The company utilizes Tampa, Fla.-based MedHOK to manage and share comprehensive patient information among and between all participants along the patient care spectrum.

MedHOK's suite of software enables clinicians, accountable care organizations (ACOs), patient centered medical homes (PCMHs), health information exchange (HIE) initiatives, insurance carriers and third-party administrators (TPAs) to work together to identify and close care gaps. Additionally, predictive analytics, profiling capabilities and other business intelligence tools drive improved care management and strengthen financial performance.



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