Women’s Health USA, a national leader in management services in the women’s health sector, announced today a joint venture partnership with Austin-based Central Texas OB/GYN Associates (CTOA), the largest single-specialty practice in central Texas. In this joint venture, Women’s Health USA will provide CTOA access to capital and professional resources needed to expand market share and provide the necessary tools to focus on superior customer service and ensure an enhanced care delivery platform for its patients. As with all Women’s Health USA partners, a key objective is to deliver on the triple aim – to improve care experiences, health outcomes and total cost of care for female patients.
“We are excited to partner with CTOA, a national preeminent and respected leader in women’s health care,” said Women’s Health USA CEO Goran Dragolovic. “Their long legacy and uncompromising commitment to patient care and clinical excellence made them ideal partners for us and we look forward to bringing an expanded set of solutions and value to women patients, their employers and insurers, in central Texas and beyond.”
“Adding the resources of Women’s Health USA to Women’s Health Texas, CTOA’s Austin-based MSO, gives us enormous advantages,” says Dr. Paul Murphree, President of CTOA. “This partnership allows our physicians to focus even more on the high quality, patient-centered care that is our hallmark. By working with other Women’s Health USA physicians around the country, we’ll be able to improve the exceptional value we already provide, while expanding our care into new areas.”
With this change, CTOA will become known as Women’s Health Texas.
Women’s Health USA partners with OB/GYN, in vitro fertilization, and other specialty women’s health practices to implement growth strategies, payer contracting, revenue cycle management, EMR support, financial and human resource management, merger and acquisition support, ancillary services development, marketing and risk management services. Its unique partnership model enables physicians and physician groups to maintain their independence, while leveraging the resources of a national organization.