Providence combines 9 existing investments to form new healthcare services company Tegria

Tegria Managing Director Anders Brown. (Tegria Photo)

Healthcare giant Providence announced the creation of a new services company called Tegria that combines nine of its existing investments and acquisitions into one offering.

Seattle-based Tegria will consist of more than 2,500 employees who already serve more than 350 organizations across North America. The Accenture-like organization will initially focus on healthcare consulting and technology services; revenue cycle management solutions; and software technology and platforms.

Former Microsoft leader Anders Brown is heading up Tegria as its managing director. “Our companies are working together to bring their decades of experience in the industry, their deep expertise in the most relevant technologies and their commitment to service to help our customers achieve their goals,” he said in a statement.

Tegria will operate as a separately-incorporated, for-profit company.

Providence is the third-largest nonprofit healthcare system in the U.S., serving patients across Alaska, California, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. It operates a Digital Innovation Group that spins out startups and runs a $300 million venture capital fund that invests in early-to-mid-stage healthcare companies.

Here are the nine services apart of Tegria:

Healthcare Consulting and Technology Services

  • Bluetree: A leading Epic strategy, delivery, and support firm that helps organizations maximize
    return on their Epic investment.
  • Engage IT Services: A full-service MEDITECH consultancy that provides a wide range of EHR
    solutions with a team capable of supporting the needs of the complex hospital environment.
  • Navin, Haffty & Associates: A respected consulting firm using innovative tools, solutions, and
    strategies to help North American healthcare organizations maximize the value of the
    MEDITECH EHR to improve operational performance and enhance patient care quality.
  • Community Technologies: A premier health care technology company that connects local
    providers and patients through Epic technology products and services.

Revenue Cycle Management Solutions

  • MediRevv: A leading revenue cycle company partnering with hospitals, large physician groups,
    academic medical centers and health systems to grow more cash and keep more patients
    through end-to-end revenue cycle management, patient pay solutions, insurance receivables
    follow-up and medical coding services.
  • Acclara Solutions: A revenue cycle management solutions company that helps hospitals, large
    academic health systems and physician practices accelerate revenue recovery while advancing
    the patient experience.
  • Medical Specialties Managers: An end-to-end ambulatory revenue cycle solutions company
    combining next-generation technology and personalized service to support health systems and
    physician practices

Software Technology and Platforms

  • QuiviQ: A data analytics startup that employs machine learning models to optimize hospital
    operations.
  • Lumedic: A health care technology platform that enables better stakeholder cooperation across
    the revenue cycle, and leverages patient-driven interoperability to promote greater
    transparency, access and affordability for patients and communities.



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