Better Outcomes. Better Care. Lower Costs.
As the largest single payer of healthcare in the United States, the federal government is charged with a difficult task—delivering high-quality care to beneficiaries while ensuring value for taxpayers.
For more than four decades, Telligen has helped government healthcare programs measure and improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of services delivered to millions of beneficiaries.
From developing the first pay-for-performance reporting system to establishing the Patient Safety Organization Privacy Protection Center; Telligen offers the people, processes and technologies to achieve lasting improvement.
“The technical expertise and clinical understanding of our employee-owners is unmatched—some with more than 20 years in clinical quality improvement,” says Jeff Chungath, CEO.
“They share a common calling and commitment to improving the healthcare system—for government beneficiaries, for our industry, for society, for families and for individual patients.”
We bridge the gap between clinical and technical expertise to develop solutions that incorporate actionable data, agile methodologies, and evidence-based best practices.
System and Application Development
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Healthcare Data Management and Analytics
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Quality and Performance Improvement
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Learning, Dissemination and Implementation
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Quality Measures and Reporting
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Implementation and Monitoring
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Accessing Telligen’s experts and solutions is easy through the several prime and partner contract vehicles we have available. To learn how we can partner together to serve Federal clients, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Telligen supports large national federal healthcare projects on behalf of government agencies including the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the CMS Innovation Center, the Veterans Health Administration, and the Office of the National Coordinator.