ChartSpan Announces Partnership with i2i Population Health

February 23, 2021 /

ChartSpan partners with i2i Population Health

(Greenville, South Carolina) – February 23, 2021 – ChartSpan, the largest provider of fully-managed Chronic Care Management (CCM) services in the U.S, has announced a new partnership with i2i Population Health, a leader in innovative, end-to-end population health solutions and services. 

ChartSpan and i2i Population Health are driven by the desire for better care. Through their services and solutions, they are able to offer providers the opportunity to improve quality and patient outcomes, as well as the overall patient experience. 

“With ChartSpan, we immediately saw shared values and a passion for innovative healthcare, which is close to our hearts at i2i. We look forward to a fruitful partnership as we jointly strive to improve health across the communities we serve.” – Bill Keyes, Chief Growth Officer, i2i Population Health

“Within the FQHC market, i2i has been a long-standing leader in subject matter expertise and population health management. Early on as we targeted this market space it was apparent i2i was a key player and we are very excited to announce this partnership ” – Shane Grivich, Chief Strategy Officer, ChartSpan

About i2i Population Health

i2i is the nation’s largest population health technology company serving the underserved, safety net market, through community health centers (FQHCs), critical access and community hospitals, primary care associations, and managed care organizations. With 20 years of experience spanning 37 states and 30 million lives, i2i was ranked #1 by Black Book for end-to-end population health technology in 2020. Improving outcomes through better quality program performance is a core competency of i2i. The mission, Serving Others for Healthy Communities, drives the company’s vision, culture, and actions to bring better health solutions to all communities. For more information about and the latest news from i2i Population Health, visit i2ipophealth.com or follow @i2iPopHealth on Twitter, and @i2i Population Health on LinkedIn.

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