Health plan installs care-management platform

February 2010
Health Management Technology;Feb2010, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p40
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the care management platform implemented by Community Health Plan (CHP) in Washington. CHP has been surrounded with challenges as they tried to deploy a patient-centric delegated care-management system. Because of this, CHP decided to launch a patient-centric care-management system that notes the collaboration between care managers, members and physicians. The problems encountered by CHP in implementing the platform are cited, along with the benefits it brought to the company.


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