180 Health Partners Accelerates Success with Virsys12 and Salesforce Health Cloud

Salesforce executives Neeracha Taychakhoonavudh (left) and Tyler Prince (far right) present Partner Innovation Award for HLS to Virsys12 at Dreamforce ’17

Salesforce is important to us because at 180 Health Partners we are all about relationship management, and Salesforce is the best tool for relationship management there is. -Justin Lanning, CEO, 180 Health Partners

Gold Consulting Partner Virsys12 announces that it has been recognized for its technology strategy and implementation of Salesforce Health Cloud for Nashville-based 180 Health Partners. The start-up organization helps expectant mothers have healthy deliveries of babies free from opioid-dependency, known as Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS). The 180 Health Partners team helps mothers in the program access resources and achieve stability using Health Cloud to track its multi-modal engagement options including text, online, phone, email, home visits, and other exchanges with social workers, nurses, and peer counselors.

For this innovative work, Virsys12 has been named a recipient of the Salesforce Partner Innovation Award in Healthcare and Life Sciences. The award was presented at Dreamforce 2017, described by Salesforce as the most inspiring technology event of the year and the world’s largest gathering of Trailblazers. This is the first Partner Innovation Award for Virsys12.

Early 180 Health Partners results* reflect babies born to mothers in their program have seen a 71.4% decrease in neonatal intensive care hospital stay. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the average cost of a baby born with NAS is $66,700, compared with $3,500 for a healthy delivery. The 180 Health Partners business model is based on contracting with healthcare payers (Medicaid, Exchange products and fully insured plans) to share the savings from a healthy delivery.

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  • “We are honored that 180 Health Partners selected Virsys12 to assist them with their technology strategy, implementation, and continued system enhancements,” said Virsys12 CEO and Founder Tammy Hawes. “The work they do changes lives every day and is a perfect example of how technology can make a difference and transform the business of healthcare.”
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