Partners HealthCare, Health Catalyst announce strategic collaboration to improve patient care

Creates new Center of Excellence in Population Health to share best practices, improve patient care

BOSTON and SALT LAKE CITY – Partners HealthCare, founded by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, and Health Catalyst have established a strategic collaboration aimed at fostering and accelerating the adoption of population health management (PHM) strategies and practices nationally to improve the quality of health care and lowering costs while meeting the needs of patients, providers and payors. The $30 million initiative will enable the development and testing of innovative PHM strategies at Partners and, in collaboration with Health Catalyst, facilitate the transfer of the knowledge generated to other health care providers.

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