What Does a Partnership with UnityPoint Health Look Like?
Partnering with UnityPoint Health means forming a mutual business agreement where our organization and the partnering organization collaborate in a new way to better serve our patients and communities. Without question, each of our partners has a similar commitment to providing exceptional care.
These mutual business agreements may look and feel different depending on the details agreed upon. Examples of what a partnership might look like include joint ventures, joint operating agreements, affiliations and definitive agreements.
Together, the partnering organizations determine things like the associated name and brand, how to share costs and earnings, and which organization employs the newly integrated staff.
Current UnityPoint Health Partnerships
Health Insurance Partnerships & Provider Networks
We believe exceptional patient care is connected and coordinated. That’s why UnityPoint Health partners with leading healthcare insurers to provide thoughtful, well-designed insurance products focused on encouraging personal wellness as well as preventive and accessible health care to keep people healthy and happy.Learn more
The Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) between UnityPoint Health and UW Health formalizes and expands an already significant collaboration in care between UW Health and UnityPoint Health – Meriter. The two organizations have a successful history of working together to provide the best possible care for patients in the Madison community and surrounding areas. Through this partnership, our organizations share best practices, resources, facilities and expertise to meet the growing healthcare needs of south-central Wisconsin and increase care access within our two health systems.Learn more
Precedence Utilization Management
Since 1992, Precedence, Inc. has conducted UnityPoint Health’s managed care. Precedence Inc. is a nationally accredited, compassionate, cost-effective Utilization Management Program.Visit Precedence's website
UnityPoint Health is partnering with HealthSnap to offer a chronic care management program to eligible patients. The program aims to bridge a gap and promote better long-term health by providing patients care between office visits, from the comfort and safety of their home. Eligible patients will be contacted via mail and phone with additional information.Visit HealthSnap's website