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Tennessee Hospital Association Selects PivotHealth To Provide Hospital-Physician Alignment Services
Date:1/15/2009

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- PivotHealth, a physician practice management company based in Nashville, Tenn., announced today that they have been selected by the Tennessee Hospital Association to provide hospital-physician alignment services to its 150 member hospitals. These services, offered through PivotHealth's Physician Services Company ("PSC") model, enables hospitals who choose to work with PivotHealth to provide needed operational services to physicians in a cost effective, affordable manner that will improve the performance of physician practices.

"The Tennessee Hospital Association is certainly a leader on the benefits they bring to their members and we are very pleased that the THA has selected PivotHealth for this important work." said John Phillips, President of PivotHealth. "This is a significant opportunity for THA member hospitals to strengthen the work with community based physician practices that are related to their hospitals. We look forward to working with hospitals and physicians across our state."

The new arrangement calls for PivotHealth to work with THA members to offer, through the PSC, operational services such as practice management information systems, electronic medical records system, billing and collection services, practice management consultations and services, HR services (professional employer organization services), etc. PivotHealth will manage the PSC and work directly with physicians who subscribe to the services in implementation and ongoing practice management consultation from its highly experienced practice management team.

About the Tennessee Hospital Association

THA, established in 1938 as a not-for-profit membership association, serves as an advocate for hospitals, health systems and other healthcare organizations and the patients they serve. It also provides education and information for its memb
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