Mindtree, a global technology services and digital transformation company, on Tuesday, announced that it has made a strategic investment in COPE Health Solutions, a leading U.S. healthcare consulting, implementation, and co-management leader in value-based care and payment, workforce development and data analytics, to expand its healthcare business.
“Our investment in COPE Health Solutions unlocks the complementary value propositions of the two companies for the rapidly evolving healthcare sector in the U.S. to reduce the cost of care and improve outcomes.”Venu Lambu, Executive Director and President, Global Markets, Mindtree
As a result of this investment, Mindtree will be able to use COPE Health Solutions’ consulting, data analytics, and management capabilities to expand its provider and payer footprint and drive growth in areas including value-based care, population health management, and connected health.
Venu added, “The combination of COPE Health Solutions’ consulting and analytics expertise and Mindtree’s end-to-end digital transformation capabilities will enable the two companies to address a broader spectrum of needs arising from the growth of value-based care, personalized healthcare, and interoperability of electronic health records.”
“We are pleased to welcome Mindtree to the board of COPE Health Solutions. With Mindtree’s strategic investment and digital transformation capabilities, together, we plan to create and deliver compelling healthcare solutions and value for our clients and their members and patients. The two companies share a deep commitment to innovation powered by technology. This is vital to the success of value-based care in the emerging healthcare landscape in the U.S.”Allen Miller, CEO of COPE Health Solutions
COPE Health Solutions is based in Los Angeles and New York. The company works with health systems, health plans, medical groups, and other healthcare organizations across the United States to facilitate the transition to value-based care and payment models, as well as to train and grow the health workforce required to succeed in these new healthcare models.
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