Azara Healthcare is working with over 220 Community Health Centers (CHCs) in 19 states that are using Azara DRVS as their
data analytics and reporting platform. Our work with the CHC’s and their state Primary Care Associations (PCAs) and Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCN’s) account for over 19 million lives.
The future leaders in community health will be successful in aggregating and organizing clinical, operational and financial data to quantitatively demonstrate the value and efficacy of their care. By centralizing and working as a team, health centers will operate from a position of strength. Centers who are using Azara DRVS to measure, report, and transform their practices are well on their way to improving care for their patients and community.
DRVS users include:
- Association for Utah Community Health (AUCH)
- California Primary Care Association (CPCA)
- Colorado Associated Community Health Information Enterprise (CACHIE)
- Columbia Basin Health Association
- Community Health Center Association of New York State (CHCANYS)
- Indiana Primary Health Center Association (IPHCA)
- Lutheran Family Health Centers
- Lynn Community Health Center
- Massachusetts League of Community Healthcare Centers (Mass League)
- Missouri Primary Care Association (MPCA)
- Presbyterian Medical Services
- Salud Family Health Centers
- Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center
- Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center (WCCHC)
Make sure to read Azara DRVS customer success stories on DotHealth House, Health Care for the Homeless, Lutheran Family Health Center, Missouri Primary Care Association, Lynn Community Health Center, Columbia Basin, Mass League, CHCANYS, and Baltimore Medical System.
There are currently Azara DRVS Users Groups in three states, MA, MO and NY with other groups organizing as Azara expands geographically across the US.
In addition, the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers has created its own working group, the Community Health Information Association (CHIA) that has been closely associated with the initial implementations of DRVS. While not formally related to Azara Healthcare, this organization, chaired by the Mass League, is also a place for the discussion and advocacy of Community Health Center data and information issues in a more product agnostic forum.