TCS' ACUITY to Support Health Plans Next Generation of Care Management
Programs both for Commercial and Special Need Populations
SAN ANTONIO and AUBURN, Calif., March 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Community First Health Plans, Southern Texas's only locally owned and operated, non-profit HMO, announced today that it has selected TCS Healthcare Technologies, acuity advanced care(TM) (ACUITY) to support its next generation of care management programs sponsored by the health plan.
Community First President and CEO Charles L. Kight notes, "During our ten years of service to the local communities, we have made great strides in becoming a fully mature health plan with a strong balance between our commercial and government-sponsored programs. Purchasing and implementing TCS's ACUITY care management application is the next logical step in our ability to take even better care of our individual members, along with the plan sponsors. ACUITY will become a core part of our strategy going forward as we continue to support and serve our 110,000 members, who are divided almost equally among Commercial, Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)."
During a recent annual meeting of the Texas Association of Health Plans, Kight was honored for all he has done for health care in Texas during the past three decades, and particularly for his role in shaping public policy and legislation around the Medicaid and CHIP programs.
Rob Pock, Chair and Founder of TCS Healthcare Technologies, an industry
leader in the development of medical management software applications,
remarks that "TCS is excited and proud to support a health plan like
Community First because of their mission to serve the residents in the San
Antonio region, including eight surrounding counties. A primary goal of
ACUITY is to empower case managers, attending physicians, care givers and
other interested parties to work together as a coordinated team to best
serve individuals with
|SOURCE TCS Healthcare Technology; Community First Health Plans|
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