Tabula Rasa, Mediture work to improve NYC’s managed long-term care
Tabula Rasa HealthCare, Inc. (“TRHC”) (NASDAQ:TRHC), a healthcare technology company advancing the field of medication safety, today announced its subsidiary, Mediture, is expanding services in a new market for TRHC with the Visiting Nurse Services of New York (VNSNY) managed long-term care (MLTC) plan in New York City, according to a recent press release.
VNSNY is the largest not-for-profit home and community-based health care organization in the United States, serving the five boroughs of New York City and Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester Counties. VNSNY’s MLTC program is a Medicaid plan designed for New Yorkers who want to remain in their own homes and communities, but need help with daily activities. The VNSNY MLTC plan is one of the largest in the state of New York. Currently, the Mediture platform is in the customization phase with the Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY). The services are scheduled to start December 1, 2018.
“It is an honor to collaborate with VNSNY, an outstanding organization that meets critical healthcare services needs for vulnerable populations,” stated TRHC Chairman and CEO, Calvin H. Knowlton, PhD. “We are proud that our most recent acquisition, Mediture, already is contributing to the growth of our Company. New markets for our break-through healthcare technology and consulting services, which improve healthcare administration and ultimately patient care, help meet Tabula Rasa’s overall goal.”
For the full story, review the press release.
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