Tenet Healthcare Corp. will take 20% ownership of a new joint venture focused on providing information technology services to its hospitals and physician practices. The joint venture, dubbed Med3000 Practice Resources, was formed by a Tenet subsidiary and Med3000, a healthcare management and technology company. The new company will provide services to physician practices in the 12 states in which Tenet operates as well as to most of the physicians employed at its hospitals. The IT services include practice management systems, electronic health records and personal health records, and revenue-cycle management applications. Dallas-based Tenet said in a news release that it sees the joint venture as a way to expand the services that doctors need to perform and improve on the value offered by its hospitals.Submit a letter to the Modern Physician Reader Blog. Please include your name, title, company and hometown. Modern Physician reserves the right to edit all submissions.
Tenet forms IT joint venture targeted at doc practices
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