WellHive Partners With Kyruus to Offer VHA Appointment Scheduling Solutions
Florida-headquartered WellHive announced the formation of a partnership with Massachusetts-based Kyruus to provide a solution that will make it easier for veterans to find and schedule health care appointments with the Veterans Health Administration. The partnership will draw on years of combined experience with health care-focused information technology initiatives in both the public and private sector, WellHive said Thursday.
In a statement, WellHive said it is focused on supporting federal health care initiatives, most notably the Department of Veterans Affairs, with Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program authorized solutions designed to provide clinicians and staff with modern solutions.
Chris Bickell, chief executive officer of WellHive, said the partnership will accelerate the delivery of comprehensive care navigation solutions. For his part, Graham Gardner, CEO of Kyruus, said his company is excited to partner with WellHive.
Kyruus currently serves 300,000 providers across dozens of the nation’s leading health systems, hospitals and medical groups.
Meanwhile, the VA has put digital transformation at the heart of its overall modernization push. It seeks to “transform into a high-performing organization” by simplifying operations and empowering employees to deliver superior customer service while enabling veterans to more easily access the high-quality care and benefits they have earned, the VA said on its website.
Category: Digital Modernization
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