Hygea's approach to improved healthcare delivery relies on the most current technology, coupled with sophisticated management. This fundamental infrastructure is rooted in the basic premise that keeping people healthy costs less than waiting until people become sick. It's not just theory. We are doing this right now in dozens of Hygea-owned physician practices.
Hygea is a diversified healthcare holding company led by a team of nationally recognized industry innovators and leaders who represent many aspects of healthcare, from insurance and finance, to medicine and technology. We own physician practices, ancillary services companies (pharmacies, therapies and diagnostic facilities), independent physician associations (IPAs), and other medical service entities that provide seamless care to commercial, Medicare and Medicaid patients.
With a critical mass of physicians across 76 specialties, Hygea creates and owns management service organizations, or MSOs, under contract with Medicare and Medicaid HMO plans. Hygea currently manages over 190,000 members and patients through their Medicare Advantage at-risk contracts and provide care through our Integrated Group Practice as an improved delivery model.
Our business model applies best practices at every stage of healthcare delivery to reduce inefficiencies and improve patient care. As a result, we enjoy and share greater profits with our partner doctors than other industry participants. Most importantly, we do so by delivering quality medical care to the very people who need it.
The Hygea model incorporates our competencies in conventional and managed care.
Our physicians are free to focus on medicine rather than the challenges of running a practice.
The Hygea Way: it's good for patients, it's good for doctors, and it's good for business.
Hygea assembled a seasoned team of industry leaders, entrepreneurs, executives, and medical professionals who help providers leverage an integrated healthcare delivery infrastructure to deliver high-quality, profitable care.
We own physician practices, ancillary services companies, independent physician associations (IPAs), and other medical service entities that provide seamless care to commercial, Medicare and Medicaid patients.