Comagine Health’s services support our mission to improve health and create a better health care system so that people and communities will flourish.
As a trusted, neutral party, we work with our partners to fix key, intractable health and health care delivery problems. In all our engagements and initiatives, we draw upon our deep expertise in quality improvement, care management, health information technology, analytics and research.
System-wide Quality Improvement
We collaborate with providers, payers and stakeholders across the health care spectrum, as well as community organizations and consumers, on systemic initiatives that improve care delivery and patient outcomes. By combining boots-on-the-ground experience with big picture views, we develop solutions that are in the best interests of all parties.
- Convening stakeholders
- Leading quality improvement initiatives
- Aligning interests
Comagine Health’s care management services result in better clinical outcomes, higher patient satisfaction and increased cost savings. Our approach is customized for each client and patient using evidence-based criteria and medicine, data analysis, and deep clinical and technical proficiency gained through more than 40 years serving Medicaid agencies, workers’ compensation commissions and private insurers. We have full URAC accreditation in Case Management and Health Utilization Management.
Consulting & Research
We enable groups of all types and sizes to make sense of the health care landscape and find their place in it. Government agencies, primary care providers, universities, community organizations and more rely on Comagine Health to equip them with the knowledge and tools they need to achieve their goals.
- Payment reform
- Opioid research
- Practice redesign
- Learning systems support
HIT & Analytics
Technology and data are at the heart of high-performing health care systems. With our assistance, payers and providers turn data into best practices and optimize their use of health information technology for improved quality, efficiency and outcomes.
- Medicaid enterprise systems (MES)
- Electronic health records (EHR)
- Public reporting
- Health information exchange (HIE)