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Population Health Impact Institute Launches Healthcare Transparency Accreditation Program(TM)
Date:11/23/2009

Nurtur Receives Accreditation for Five Population Health Programs

LOVELAND, Ohio, Nov. 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Population Health Impact Institute (PHII), a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, is pleased to announced that PHII's Board of Directors has approved the Healthcare Transparency Accreditation Program, v 1.0 (H-TAP(TM)) after two years of development. Nurtur(TM), a life, health, and wellness company based in Farmington, CT is the first organization to receive the H-TAP accreditation seal for five of its programs.

Thomas W. Wilson, Ph.D., DrPH, PHII Board Chairperson, notes, "The peer-reviewed H-TAP Standards provide a scientific approach that promotes a more transparent way to view and assess the impact of interventions on stated outcomes. H-TAP allows more legitimate comparisons of claims of effectiveness across programs using different methodologies."

"Nurtur is proud to be the first health management organization to have five of our chronic condition management programs accredited pursuant to the H-TAP Standards," comments Bryan Mullen, Nurtur Chief Information Officer. "Historically the area of evaluation and measurement has been the subject of much debate and contention in the disease management industry. By participating in the extremely rigorous PHII review process, and successfully completing the H-TAP accreditation for our programs, we continue to provide the confidence of transparency in demonstrating program impact to our clients."

Nurtur received full H-TAP Accreditation for disease management programs in Asthma, COPD, Cardiac, Heart Failure, and Diabetes.

Other companies have recently submitted H-TAP accreditation applications. These companies offer a wide range of health care services and products. Among a growing list of applicants, those programs "in process" for H-TAP accreditation include:

  • WINhealth Partners, an HMO based in Che
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