Safety Net Connect (SNC), a provider of innovative health care technology solutions, has announced a strategic partnership with OCHIN, a nonprofit health care innovation center providing solutions that promote quality, affordable health care for all, the company said.
With this partnership, OCHIN customers will have preferred access to SNC´s web-based care coordination solutions, including SNC´s premier products “Converge” and “Connect.”
Converge is a next-generation eConsult technology that facilitates an electronic connection between primary care providers and specialists, as well as behavioral health and social services, to ensure multi-disciplinary, whole person care.
Connect is an electronic care coordination system that bridges the gaps between disparate providers and health care systems through real-time cross-network connectivity, tracking, notifications, and reporting. SNC solutions have produced significant outcomes in reducing readmissions, specialty care wait times, and cost–all while maintaining quality of care.
Portland, Oregon-based nonprofit OCHIN is one of the largest and most successful health information and innovation networks, serving over 500 organizations comprised of more than 10,000 clinicians across the nation with solutions that improve the integration and delivery of health care services.
As a learning organization, OCHIN started with a commitment to deliver health information technology support and services and has continued to provide its expanding community of customers and partners with the innovative tools, knowledge, and voice needed to participate in the national health care landscape. Learn more at www.ochin.org.
Since 2009, Safety Net Connect (SNC) has been a creator of innovative health care technology that makes it easier for providers and institutions to increase access to care, streamline care coordination, promote evidence-based practices, and improve quality. With a mission to improve health equity, SNC has helped public and private health care organizations across the nation successfully reach millions of low-income, underserved individuals with affordable, effective patient-centered care. For more information, visit www.safetynetconnect.com.