MAP Health Management

MAP Health Management (MAP) is a behavioral health outcomes management company that provides extended treatment support, telehealth programs and revenue cycle management in the field of behavioral healthcare. MAP is a member of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), (AHIP), and the American Telemedicine Association.
MAP was founded in 2011 by Jacob Levenson to address the lack of significant outcomes measurement in the field of recovery, after a personal experience exposed him to the addiction treatment landscape. In 2016, Levenson was listed in the Becker’s Hospital Review as one of the 112 Healthcare Entrepreneurs to Know.
In 2015, MAP added Karen Pilley as COO to accommodate MAP’s significant early growth. Pilley previously worked as a specialist in healthcare billing and collection, revenue cycle management, government and managed care payer regulation and compliance. In the same year, MAP added Clinical Director Kerby Stewart, MD in a push further toward a focus on utilizing data to improve treatment outcomes for individuals in long-term recovery. Previously, Dr. Stewart worked for the Texas Department of State Health Services as Clinical Coordinator for Substance Abuse Programs, served as director of the Texas Recovery Initiative task force, and is a founding member of the American Board of Holistic Medicine. They also added Avi Mukherjee as CTO to address emerging opportunities in the healthcare technology field.
MAP Recovery Network
When MAP was founded it focused strictly on improving addiction treatment outcomes through recovery support services. MAP worked to connect patients suffering from addiction to treatment providers in its network that have demonstrated efficacy in dealing with that type of patient. In 2015 the company's focus shifted to population health management with the release of the MAP Recovery Network, an interactive cloud-based platform that provides real-time population health tools and analysis to behavioral healthcare providers through the platform’s five tools: Watch Tower™, Engagement Manager, Case 360™, MAP Pathways™, and MAP Insights™. The MAP Recovery Network also provides patients the access to addiction treatment providers who offer long-term recovery support services.
Affiliates and Subsidiaries
In 2016, MAP split off their revenue cycle management business into a subsidiary called MAP Revenue Cycle Solutions (MAP RCS).
MAP was announced as a finalist for the Fierce Innovation Awards: Health Edition 2016.
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