Call 4 Health: Building Partner Relationships for More Than 20 Years
Grateful for Diverse and Meaningful Partner Associations
Why are strategic partnerships important for a business? According to Joseph Pores, CEO of Call 4 Health, it’s about gaining a sense of community and being a part of something that gives you access to additional resources. It’s also a way for a business to foster a strong network of industry professionals that can inevitably lead to longevity, growth and a competitive edge.
“Call 4 Health acknowledges our partner associations with gratitude and commitment, says Joseph Pores, CEO of Call 4 Health. “We are in it for the long haul to ensure success for our clients as well as our partners. Call 4 Health’s success and growth is attributed to a partnership attitude and a commitment to helping our clients meet their service excellence objectives,” says Pores.
Call 4 Health Partner Associations: Proud to be Aligned
Here are the partner associations of Call 4 Health that are making a difference in people’s lives and the role of businesses:
The American Association of Caregiving Youth® (AACY)
This organization is a national resource for children who sacrifice their education, health, well-being and childhood to provide care for family members who are ill, injured, elderly or disabled. AACY combines systems of healthcare, education and community to provide needs-driven services in school, out of school and at home.
Association of TeleServices International (ATSI)
Represents more than 200 global TeleService agencies. With over 350,000 customers in the U.S. alone, the members generate revenue in excess of $1 billion. Mission values include: Promoting fair competition through the pursuit of appropriate regulation and legislation.
CAM-X, North American Call Centers and Telephone and Answering Service Association
CAM-X is a not-for-profit member-driven Association. As the National voice for the Call Management Industry, CAM-X contributes to its member’s profitability by fostering a willingness to exchange ideas, experiences and solutions while promoting the general welfare and ethical standards of the industry.
Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD)
The Agency supports persons with developmental disabilities in living, learning, and working in their communities. Goals include: Increased access to community-based services, treatment and residential options, increase the number of individuals with developmental disabilities in the workforce and improve management of the agency and oversight of providers.
Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA)
A leader in the financial management of health care, HFMA has more than 38,000 members and is touted as the nation’s premier membership organization for healthcare finance leaders. HFMA builds and supports coalitions with other healthcare associations and industry groups to achieve consensus on solutions for the challenges the U.S. healthcare system faces today. Stakeholders achieve optimal results by creating and providing education, analysis and practical tools and solutions.
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Medical Group Management Association (MGMA)
MGMA empowers practices, providers and patients to create meaningful change in healthcare. MGMA is a key element in perpetuating success throughout the healthcare industry with resources to initiate change and drive results, these include: peer-to-peer and mentor-to-peer support systems as well as hard-copy and digital resources. MGMA is spearheading the path to healthcare advancement by providing its members and the community with consistent resources and solutions.
National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI)
A national organization composed of children’s hospitals and related institutions whose programs are clinical, as opposed to social or custodial. NACHRI works to advance the needs of children through public policy and supports members state by state to frame a healthcare system that works both for adults and children and to build a system that ensures access is cost effective and affordable.
South Florida Hospital & Healthcare Association (SFHHA)
SFHHA’s mission is to improve the efficient delivery of quality healthcare services to our communities by championing collaboration and communication among leaders across the healthcare continuum. The vision: To bring together leaders of the different sectors of the South Florida healthcare community to provide direction, solve problems and offer sound advice.
Spirit of Women
This national organization aligns with a national network of Spirit of Women hospitals dedicated to inspiring healthier communities. It is committed to providing exceptional health services and education to help empower and inspire women and their families to achieve their best health and wellness.
CommonWealth Purchasing Group (CPG)
CPG is dedicated to serving community health centers and similar not-for-profit human service organizations. As a Group Purchasing Organization (GPO), CPG helps community health centers streamline costs and boost efficiencies.
About Call 4 Health
More than “Just” the Call Center, Call4Health is a leading telemedicine services provider with virtual call centers for various medical management services. Virtual call centers at Call4Health is attended with utmost concern, compassion and efficiency, every hour of the day, every day of the year.
“We are in it for the long haul to ensure success for our clients as well as our partners. Call 4 Health’s success and growth is attributed to a partnership attitude and a commitment to helping our clients meet their service excellence objectives”