Maine’s Northern Light Beacon Health Partners with PatientPing to Coordinate Care for Patients Throughout the State — and Beyond

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BOSTON — November 6, 2018PatientPing, a health technology company that connects providers to seamlessly coordinate patient care, today announced it has launched in the state of Maine through its new partnership with Northern Light Beacon Health, the population health and accountable care member of Northern Light Health, formerly known as Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems (EMHS). This partnership will help the statewide healthcare system enhance care coordination for providers, care teams and patients throughout Maine.

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PatientPing's National Community of ACO Providers Generate More than $270 Million in Shared Savings

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BOSTON— (October 10, 2018) – PatientPing, a health technology company that connects providers to seamlessly coordinate patient care, would like to congratulate its national network of Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) for generating more than $270 million in shared savings in 2017 in the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP).

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PatientPing Taps Head of Epic’s Population Health Division to Lead New Business Initiatives

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BOSTON— (September 17, 2018)– PatientPing, a health technology company that connects providers to seamlessly coordinate patient care, announced today that it has named former Division Head of Population Health at Epic Systems Corp., Sagnik Bhattacharya, as its Head of Payer & Provider Initiatives.

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How One VNA Uses mHealth to Boost Care Management and Coordination

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mHealth technology works best when it improves care management and coordination for patients going through transition. For the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, the largest provider of post-acute and community-based healthcare in New Jersey, a new connected care platform is helping them keep track of patients moving between the home and the hospital, or the skilled nursing facility, or any other place to which they might be headed on any given day.

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PatientPing Announces Expansion of North Carolina Network Through Partnership with Eagle Physicians & Associates, P. A.

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PatientPing, a health technology company connecting providers to seamlessly coordinate patient care, announced today that it has partnered with Eagle Physicians & Associations, a physician-owned and physician-led multispecialty medical group with 14 locations throughout North Carolina. 

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WISHIN Partners with PatientPing to Advance Care Coordination Throughout Wisconsin

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MADISON— (June 13, 2018)— The Wisconsin Statewide Health Information Network (WISHIN), Wisconsin’s designated entity for Health Information Exchange (HIE), is pleased to announce an innovative partnership with PatientPing, the nation’s leading care coordination platform, to improve care coordination across hundreds of hospitals, clinics, post-acute care facilities, ACOs, health plans and other community health care organizations throughout Wisconsin.

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PatientPing Expands Care Coordination Platform into Hospitals and Emergency Departments Nationwide to Identify High Utilizers and Reduce Readmissions

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BOSTON— (April 10, 2018) – PatientPing, a health technology company that connects providers to seamlessly coordinate patient care, today announced the nationwide expansion of their “Stories” offering to help emergency department (ED) providers and case managers improve care within the emergency and inpatient setting.

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The Indispensable Document for the Modern Manager

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Jay Desai has FOMU. No, you read that right. As a first-time founder and CEO of health technology startup PatientPing, he’s got a healthy fear of messing up. This anxiety especially bubbles to the surface when it has to do with his team — now over 100 employees — and particularly the seven who report directly to him. He’s seen too many immensely talented and productive teams stall because of a subtle misunderstanding on how to best work with each other. 

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