UMass Medical School announces strategic partnership with Long Term Care Innovation, Inc. of Vermont

August 09, 2017

The University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Commonwealth Medicine division (UMass) is pleased to announce its strategic partnership with Long Term Care Innovation, Inc. (LTCI)  based in Burlington, Vermont.  

As strategic partners, UMass and LTCI combine their experience, qualifications, and capacity in addressing marketplace demand for long-term services and supports (LTSS) solutions. Their work will focus on utilization management, network development and member continuity, data management, data integration services, analytics, business intelligence, and LTSS business-product solutions aimed at creating cost containment, improving outcomes and measuring efficacy.

UMass' services and expertise help state and federal agencies and other health care organizations create and apply the health care solutions they need — from offering innovation on clinical, policy and financial challenges, to developing and administering entire programs serving vulnerable populations. 

In 2016, UMass launched TrendFinder LTSS™, a data analytics platform that culls and aggregates diverse data from multiple systems and agencies, empowering health and human services, as well as private organization decision makers, to accurately anticipate future demand and keep a close watch on costs, while also safeguarding quality and program integrity.

LTCI is a boutique services and consulting firm assisting LTSS stakeholders to leverage data and automation. LTCI’s consulting and data integration services help home and community-based services (HCBS) organizations align actionable data, quality measures and technology with strategic objectives

For strategic partnering opportunities with UMass, email Martin Baker.

For information about LTCI please email John Byer, call him at 877-441-5824, ext. 702 or visit the LTCI website.

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