Mission: Medical support for hospitals and other providers in rural western montana to improve access to healthcare services available in larger communities.
Programs: The electronic medical records (emr) program consists of activities related to the implementation, maintenance, and customer service for an emr program being implemented for the healthcare providers within the mondia healthcare network (mhn and 'network'). Mhn is the founding for-profit, membership based entity of mondia healthcare network resources (mhnr) whose mission is to provide collaborative relationships between its members. These activities are provided to participating members to accomplish an emr protocol reducing costs and managing health care outcomes.
peer review services serve to improve the quality of care provided in hospitals that have the potential of reducing healthcare costs within the network and beyond as provided to hospitals out of the network. Peer review services provide both specific and general benefits to the general public and are performed by health professionals from within the network.
clinical integration services are provided to network members in the form of education, communications, training, and temporary staffing.
national rural accountable care organization (nraco) is a program that works with critical access hospitals (cahs) to develop rural accountable care organization. Such organization are intended to assist cahs develop value based medicine plans in rural area where populations by nature are more expensive to manage. Mhnr has received consulting services to assist in nraco programs in member cahs. This program had expenses of 19,776 and revenues of 46,047. Credentialing services is a vital part of the activity of mhnr in that members of mhn must meet credentialing standards to be part of that network. This program had expenses of 13,690 and revenues of 0. Mri management provides management services to monida share imaging, llc which owns and operates a mobile mri unit that is used exclusively by not- for-profit hospitals within and without the network. This activity is of general public benefit as it reduces operating costs to hospitals. This program had expenses of 7,097 and revenues of 47,558. Umia services provide group malpractice insurance to healthcare providers within mhn. The group insurance program provides general benefit to the public in that it reduces consequential costs that are passed on to the healthcare on an individual and group basis. This program had expenses of 5,244 and revenues of 100,728. It risk assessment are occasionally performed for not-for-profit critical access hospitals by mhn's it contracted director. Such services are provided at low cost and are helpful to protect valuable it security for these small hospitals. This program had expenses of 311 and revenues of 2,550.