ThedaCare chosen for complex care initiative

One of Six to Participate in National Program

ThedaCare is one of six organizations selected to participate in Transforming Complex Care (TCC), a multi-site program aimed at refining and spreading effective care that address the complex medical and social needs of high-need, high-cost patients. 

This national initiative, made possible through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and led by the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS), supports ThedaCare and five other healthcare organizations to enhance existing complex care programs within a diverse range of delivery system, payment and geographic environments.

“It’s a great honor and very exciting for ThedaCare and Northeast Wisconsin to be selected for this program and to receive a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,” said Sandra Groenewold, MD, a family medicine physician with ThedaCare Physicians and physician lead of the local program. “The grant will allow us to work with Gold Cross Ambulance to help decrease unnecessary Emergency Department visits and to check up on certain patients to help reduce their need for hospitalization.”

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