ChartSpan Partners with Arkansas Hospital Association Services


ChartSpan has announced that it has been selected by Arkansas Hospital Association Services, Inc. (AHA Services), a for-profit, wholly owned subsidiary of Arkansas Hospital Association (AHA), as its exclusive Chronic Care Management partner. AHA Services partners with organizations to offer a variety of beneficial resources such as education services, financial support services, insurance services, and more to help support the Arkansas Hospital Association’s member hospitals. 

ChartSpan is a value-based care services organization, offering the largest managed Chronic Care Management (CCM) program in the U.S. The company offers healthcare providers an end-to-end program, allowing them to see increased reimbursements and improved patient outcomes. In addition, ChartSpan offers other value-based care solutions for Annual Wellness Visits and Remote Physiological Monitoring Enrollment Services. ChartSpan’s offerings remove the burdens of complex, value-based care programs from providers. 

After spending time with the AHASI team and a select few of their Hospital members it was abundantly clear that our organizations were aligned. I’m extremely excited to announce this partnership and look forward to the opportunity to work with leading healthcare institutions in the great state of Arkansas.”

Shane Grivich, ChartSpan Chief Strategy Officer

I have been reluctant to endorse a vendor in the chronic care management space, but ChartSpan changed my mind. They really do go above and beyond for our hospitals, and I am proud to not only work with them but to promote them to our members as a trusted resource.”

Tina Creel, AHA Services President

About ChartSpan

ChartSpan is the largest, managed service provider of Chronic Care Management programs in the United States. The company provides turnkey, managed care coordination and compliance programs for doctors, clinics, and health systems. ChartSpan manages patient care coordination and value-based programs for more than 100 of the most successful practices and health systems in the United States.

About Arkansas Hospital Association Services

Since 1985, AHA Services, Inc. has been connecting AHA member hospitals throughout the state with products and services that reduce costs and drive performance improvement. As a wholly owned subsidiary of the Arkansas Hospital Association, AHA Services, Inc. provides an array of offerings that equip hospitals to respond to the ever-changing health care landscape.

Published: March 15, 2023

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