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Monogram Health and Memorial Hermann partner to improve patient outcomes
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Monogram Health and Memorial Hermann partner to improve patient outcomes

Partnerships

  • Monogram Health, a leading value-based provider of in-home care, and Memorial Hermann Health System, a major not-for-profit health system in Southeast Texas, have partnered to improve outcomes for patients diagnosed with polychronic conditions.

  • The partnership aims to leverage the organizations' clinical expertise to deliver high-quality, in-home care to patients in Southeast Texas living with complex chronic conditions, particularly chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end-stage kidney disease (ESKD). Monogram's evidence-based care model and benefit management services will be combined with Memorial Hermann's medical staff and physicians to slow the progression of CKD and ESKD, improve patient outcomes, and enhance quality of life while reducing medical costs.

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