Following their December merger, CNSI and Kepro have united under the new brand, Acentra Health. The name Acentra, derived from “accelerate” and “central,” embodies the company’s commitment to serving public sector health agencies with holistic health solutions and services.
The new logomark also has meaning. It is designed to express collaboration, innovation and excellence, and the arched crossbar of the “A” symbolizes partnership, compassion and acceleration. The vibrant colors were chosen to represent Acentra Health’s execution and passion for problem-solving, the company said.
“Our new company name and brand represent a new era and a transformational new company,” said Acentra Health CEO Todd Stottlemyer. “Acentra Health brings together a deep collective of expertise across all facets of the healthcare ecosystem that is unmatched in our industry today.”
“Our team of technology and business experts, skilled clinicians, and highly talented healthcare professionals work as one to help state and federal partners lead the way in accelerating better health outcomes for priority populations.”
The combined company’s mission is to “continually innovate solutions that deliver maximum value and impact to the healthcare delivery system.” It develops advanced claims, encounters and provider solutions that improve efficiency and reduce costs with care management, quality oversight and clinical assessment capabilities.
“Our holistic approach to healthcare enables deeper data connectivity and information transparency across populations and programs,” said Meghan Harris, president and chief operations officer at Acentra Health.
“Together with our partners, we are moving beyond traditional healthcare boundaries to provide solutions and services that meet the diverse needs of the priority populations served by our clients. We are also helping evolve the Medicaid Enterprise System (MES) market into one that is clinically driven.”
Acentra Health operates nationwide, collaborating with 45 state Medicaid and five federal agencies. With 3,000 employees including 4,500 clinicians and 450 advisory physicians, the company handles 1.5 billion claims annually and disburses over $26 billion.
Acentra Health’s new website is live, and a more comprehensive version will launch later this summer.