Shortlister hosted Matt Baki, Vice President at Tria Health, and their long-term partner JELD-WEN to provide an inside look into Tria Health’s unique approach to care management and the results they have achieved.
Tria Health is a chronic condition management company founded in 2009. It is based on the belief that pharmacists play a vital role in the care management of high-risk patients that drive most of the health care spend.
The main Tria Health services include the following:
Tria Health’s Pharmacy Advocate Program
JELD-WEN is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of reliable windows and doors and a long-term partner of Tria Health. With 6.800+ eligible employees they partnered with Tria Health in 2017 and through seamless integration, Tria was able to provide them care coordination, program results and data integration with multiple providers.
Despite benefiting JELD-WEN with a full understanding of the benefits being offered to their members, it also provided members with a streamlined health care experience.
These are the main reasons why Tria Health is considered a reliable partner:
Tria Health delivers patient-centered, pharmacist-led, and technology-enable chronic condition management. The result is optimal health outcomes and a strong partnership of trust between patients and their health care providers.
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