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Awarded Two-Year Special Innovation Project – “Interventions that are Ready for Spread and Scalability”

MA Office Woburn, Massachusetts (October 17, 2016) — The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently awarded a two year Special Innovation Project, under Healthcentric Advisors’ New England Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization (NE QIN-QIO) five-year master contract, to address unnecessary and potentially avoidable hospitalizations through the implementation of a systematic discharge process for skilled nursing facility patients being discharged back to the community.

President & CEO Honored with Business Leadership Award

H. John KeimigProvidence, RI (October 14, 2016) – H. John Keimig, President & Chief Executive Officer at Healthcentric Advisors, is being honored for Business Leadership in Providence Business News’ 16th Annual Business Excellence Awards program.

Healthcentric Advisors Awarded $4.5M Federal Contract

QIO-NE-QIN-Logo-Combo-Inline Smaller Providence, RI (January 21, 2016) — The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently awarded $4.5 million to Healthcentric Advisors, to serve as the Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative (TCPI) contractor for New England.

Senior Medical Scientist discusses importance of end-of-life care

Rebekah-Gardner_smallBangor, Maine (November 27, 2015) – Rebekah Gardner, Senior Medical Scientist at Healthcentric Advisors, was quoted in a Bangor Daily News (BDN) article: “The Conversation.” Part of a monthly article series regarding the safety, health and happiness of the elderly, this article focuses on physician reimbursement for discussions about end-of-life care.

Awarded PBN Business Excellence Award for a Non-Profit

PBN 2015 Business Excellence logo Providence, RI (November 14, 2015) – Healthcentric Advisors has received the Providence Business News 2015 Business Excellence Award for a Non-Profit Organization. This award is in recognition of how Healthcentric Advisors continues to positively impact the quality and safety of healthcare throughout Rhode Island.