Telligen has joined Civitas Networks for Health, the largest national network of its kind. Civitas is comprised of member organizations working to use health information exchange, health data and multi-stakeholder, cross-sector approaches to improve health.   

Telligen is a trusted partner for U.S. government health agencies, state Medicaid agencies, self-funded employer and Taft-Hartley health plans, and managed care organizations, improving health outcomes for millions of people nationwide through proven health management solutions and healthcare expertise.  

“Telligen is proud to join Civitas in the stand for community and data-led health improvement to tackle some of the most challenging healthcare issues facing our country today,” noted Telligen CEO Jeff Chungath. “The collaboration, information exchange and connection to other organizations performing similar work will be invaluable as we work to accelerate and scale innovation in healthcare.”  

“Civitas Networks for Health is excited to have Telligen join our national network,” said Civitas CEO Lisa Bari. “We are raising the voices of local health collaboratives and those providing critical services to support health transformation. From the secure exchange of life-saving data to the accountability of multi-stakeholder initiatives, our member organizations have built the most trusted, connected and inventive programs to serve their communities. Telligen brings 50 years of knowledge and experience at the federal, state and local levels to the Civitas community.” 


About Civitas Networks for Health  

Civitas Networks for Health is a mission- and member-driven organization dedicated to using health information exchange, health data and multi-stakeholder, cross-sector approaches to improve health. It was formed in October 2021 with the affiliation of the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative (SHIEC) and the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI). Civitas Networks for Health counts more than one hundred regional and statewide health information exchanges (HIEs), regional health improvement collaboratives (RHICs), quality improvement organizations (QIOs) and all-payer claims databases (APCDs) as well as more than 50 affiliated organizations as members and reaches approximately 95 percent of the United States population. To learn more, please visit