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HTC Welcomes CORHIO As Newest Leadership Partner!
Improving healthcare through enhanced use of information technology and data exchange is the heart of what we do. We manage one of the country’s largest and most successful health information exchange (HIE) networks, provide advisory services that help healthcare professionals effectively use technology and improve care delivery, and supply health plans and accountable care organizations (ACOs) with valuable data that enhance analytics and population health programs.

Clinical Data for Care Coordination
CORHIO’s main focus is care coordination. We help providers improve clinical decision-making, which enables Coloradans to have higher quality healthcare. Better care coordination means better chronic disease management, fewer hospital readmissions and healthier patients.

Many accountable care organizations use PatientCare 360 to improve care coordination among the many providers their patients see. We provide organizations with their members’ real-time clinical data, which helps pinpoint areas for improving outcomes and containing costs. We also support disease management and care navigation programs by providing actionable and meaningful data. [read more]

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