Nationally Recognized Health Information Strategy Consultants and Advisors
If Your Challenge Involves Health Information...
it's Time to Involve Mosaica Partners.
We help our clients successfully develop and implement strategies, plans, and initiatives to appropriately use and exchange health information. We understand the many challenges and opportunities associated with the use of protected health information. We also understand that an artful orchestration of policy, process, organization and technology is required to effectively use health information to improve health care.
Established in 2005, we're nationally recognized for advancing health care reform, health information use and exchange, and health IT interoperability. We're regarded as trusted advisors by many states, communities, universities, hospitals, IDNs, ACOs, HIEs, federal agencies, health plans, and HIT/HIE vendors.
We help our clients deal with the many opportunities – and the many responsibilities – associated with capturing, storing, managing, using, and exchanging protected health information. We partner with our clients. Together we develop clear policies, strategies, plans, objectives, and actionable initiatives. We also help clients explore potential projects and collaborations with other organizations, stand up new departments or organizations, optimize or consolidate ongoing operations, and more. Recently, we've assisted a number of states develop comprehensive statewide HIT/HIE plans in support of their healthcare reform efforts.
Our team is comprised of experienced clinicians, consultants and researchers, all of whom are committed to optimizing HIT/HIE in support of health information’s role in achieving the Triple Aim. As individuals, it is our passion. As an organization, it is our mission.
We invite your inquiry. We're always available for an introductory conversation and learning how we might assist you and your organization successfully deal with the challenges on your HIT/HIE journey.
Mosaica Partners is certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council and the
State of Florida's Office of Supplier Diversity as a Women Owned Business Enterprise