We are excited to bring together the primary care and community health center organizations who are committed to implementing technology that will allow them to continuously improve quality while keeping costs under control.
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Wakefield, MA (PRWEB) April 17, 2012
The HIT Community, provider of managed online communities supporting the changing business of healthcare, announced today Azara Healthcare has become a community partner and has launched two online communities to bring together community health centers, Azara DRVS users, and industry experts in a place where they can learn and collaborate about the latest tends in utilizing data to make informed healthcare improvements and decisions. Azara Healthcare is a leading provider of data driven reporting and analytics for Community Health Centers, Primary Care Associations and Health Center Controlled Networks. The HIT Community designed and implemented Azara’s managed communities to deliver relevant content, innovative learning events, practical industry news, and important information to help accelerate the successful use of electronic health records through actionable data and analytical reporting.
“We are excited to bring together the primary care and community health center organizations who are committed to implementing technology that will allow them to continuously improve quality while keeping costs under control,” said Jeff Brandes, President, Azara Healthcare. “It is our goal to help this segment of the healthcare industry better understand the benefits and true value of strategically using data to improve care delivery and healthcare outcomes throughout the U.S.”’
The HIT Community’s solutions for healthcare information technology product and services companies include:
- Managed and co-managed online communities connecting designated peers and experts
- Targeted webinar and learning sessions showcasing important healthcare issues, innovations, and practice level education,
- Relevant content postings and distribution including white papers, case studies, news, articles, and research.
“We are pleased to partner with Azara Healthcare and provide their managed online communities,” said Michael Levinger, CEO of The Health Information Technology Community. “Azara’s innovative approach to using data analytics to analyze patient care and quality outcomes significantly improves chronic disease reporting and wellness tracking on a regional and national basis. We are looking forward to connecting their customers and partners to discuss best practices, share information, and improve the business of healthcare.”
Membership to The HIT Community and Azara’s Community Health Center community is free. Azara’s user community is available by request. To register, go to: https://www.thehitcommunity.org/register
Azara Healthcare, LLC is a leading provider of data driven reporting and analytics for the Community Health marketplace. Azara’s solutions empower Community Health Centers, Primary Care Associations and Health Center Controlled Networks to improve quality and efficiency in all aspects of their care delivery through actionable data. The company’s flagship product, Azara DRVS, currently manages data from nearly 1 Million patient lives and helps our clients achieve better patient outcomes and lower healthcare delivery costs. Visit us at http://www.azarahealthcare.com
ABOUT THE HIT COMMUNITY
The HIT Community provides information and support for the millions of professionals in the healthcare workforce responding to critical business changes in healthcare through a knowledge network of public and private online communities and collaborative workgroups. HITC designs, builds, and deploys community solutions for healthcare organizations that blend active community and content management with expertise in online social communities and collaboration tools to give members the relevant, practical and actionable information they need to succeed in the evolving healthcare industry. For more information go to http://www.thehitcommunity.org and follow us on Twitter @HITComm.