Partner with MAP Health Management

Strategic partnerships and meaningful collaborations allow us all to accelerate the rate at which clinical and financial outcomes are improved in our healthcare ecosystem. Intelligent collaboration can break down antiquated data silos, facilitate the mobility of actionable healthcare data and ultimately improve care coordination, patient engagement and the overall patient/provider experience.

The MAP Recovery Network software platform delivers a powerful yet flexible framework for collaboration amongst healthcare, technology and service providers. By partnering with MAP, technology vendors, medical devices and mobile apps can reach new market segments and add additional value to their existing client base leveraging MAP’s suite of population health solutions designed specifically for behavioral health and other chronic illnesses. Integrating with MAP’s data-driven applications is straightforward and adheres to the latest standards in data interoperability.



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