Healthcare access company Central Logic has acquired US-based Ensocare in a bid to ease transitions from hospital to post-acute care.
With the acquisition, the companies will be able to advance their shared vision of providing flexible and purpose-built solutions to orchestrate and navigate patient transitions across health systems.
Following the acquisition of Ensocare, Central Logic expanded its solution to include successful transitions beyond hospitals to post-acute care settings.
The company also got access to Ensocare’s active, curated network of more than 50,000 PAC providers nationwide.
Central Logic CEO Angie Franks said: “This strategic acquisition means that our solutions will now span the care continuum from acute to post-acute care, which will improve transitions into, through and out of the health system, creating true ‘systemness’ for our clients.
“By operating as one, health systems can offer a more seamless experience for their patients across all acuity levels while enabling providers to stay connected and strengthening the relationships with PAC providers in their communities.”
The company’s expanded footprint now includes more than 800 hospitals and health systems, 150,000 providers and more than five million patients.
It will continue to operate Ensocare’s Omaha, Nebraska location, and existing Central Logic offices in St Paul, Minnesota and Sandy, Utah.
The solutions offered by the company currently deliver 10x ROI to health system clients in the first year.
Franks further added: “Our fully integrated solution will provide visibility and access to data that ensures hospital beds are freed in a timely manner when inpatient care is no longer necessary. This decreases length of stay and increases throughput.”
With the acquisition of Ensocare, Central Logic now provides region-wide acute care transfer, transport and post-acute care transfer capabilities in one platform.