Rebranded VHHA Solutions Offers Products, Services, Resources to Support Health Care Organizations
January 22, 2024
VHHA Solutions Offers Products, Services, and Resources to Support the Operational
Needs of Health Care Organizations
Rebranding of VHHA Shared Services to VHHA Solutions Reflects a Member and Innovation-Focused Approach to Supporting Hospitals, Health Care Providers in Optimizing the Delivery of Care and Organizational Efficiency
RICHMOND, VA – VHHA Solutions is the new name for VHHA Shared Services, a longstanding division of the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association (VHHA). This rebranding reflects the evolution of an organization that delivers operational solutions to support health care facilities and providers in achieving performance excellence while serving patients.
That work is accomplished through relationships VHHA Solutions cultivates with vetted and endorsed vendor partners such as Qualivis, a leader in sustainable workforce solutions tailored for hospitals and health care providers to address staffing challenges, and Vizient, which specializes in a range of health care focused solutions including supply chain, pharmacy, growth, operations, care delivery excellence, and more.
VHHA Solutions also partners with firms that offer insurance products (RCM&D), financial management tools and services (AblePay), reimbursement and payment programs (CommerceHealthcare), chronic care management (ChartSpan), information security (KII Consulting), financial analysis (Pi2), data analysis (Hyve Health), and readmission and discharge solutions (SCP Health). Each of these partners and their services are showcased to hospitals and health care providers in need of such offerings.
“The name VHHA Solutions perfectly describes our work, which is focused on supporting the critical, patient-centric mission of hospitals by offering them access to trusted partners whose clinical and business solutions can help health care providers optimize performance and efficiency,” said VHHA Solutions Chief Executive Officer Matthew Marry.
Added VHHA President and CEO Sean T. Connaughton: “For more than 40 years, VHHA has operated a division dedicated to meeting the functional needs of health care organizations. Just as patients seeking treatment for a medical issue are seeking resolution, providers experiencing an operational challenge are looking for solutions. VHHA Solutions offers those resources to help hospital members improve overall performance through the delivery of innovative solutions that meet their changing needs.”
Founded in 1980, VHHA Shared Services was designed to assist Virginia hospitals and health care systems achieve their individual missions by delivering a wide array of solutions to address the various challenges facing the health care industry today. With a mission of providing products, services, and resources that will transform VHHA members’ health care operations and delivery, VHHA Solutions helps members reduce expenses, improve clinical performance, and recover revenue by working with trusted partners.
About VHHA Solutions: Established in 1980 as the VHHA Shared Services Corporation, VHHA Solutions brings decades of experience and a roster of relationships to support hospitals and health care providers in enhancing operational and clinical performance across the enterprise. Connect with VHHA Solutions online and through LinkedIn.
About VHHA: The Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association is an alliance of 111 hospitals and 26 health delivery systems that develops and advocates for sound health care policy in the Commonwealth. Its mission is to achieve excellence in both health care and health to make Virginia the healthiest state in the nation. Its vision is through collaboration with members and stakeholders, to ensure the sustainability of Virginia’s health care system, transform the delivery of care to promote lower costs and high value across the continuum of care, and to improve health for all Virginians. Connect with VHHA through Facebook, X (Twitter), Instagram, TikTok, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
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