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Health Care Could Look Like This

Built on a foundation of deep industry knowledge and intellectual capital, Cognisight is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Greater Rochester Independent Practice Association (GRIPA).

GRIPA is part of Rochester Regional Health (RRH), a $2+ billion health system serving the community of greater Rochester, New York and beyond. For more than 150 years, RRH has provided for the healthcare needs of residents of western and central New York State with three full-service acute hospitals, more than 14,000 physicians, and 150 locations. Equally important to the world-class clinical expertise they provide is the unparalleled level of personalized attention and compassionate care they strive to deliver to every patient they serve. It is because of this commitment to patient care that Rochester General Hospital (RGH) has been named one of 100 SafeCare Hospitals for 2014-15 in the “Over 400 Beds” category and ranked 22nd in the nation and 2nd in New York. It has also enabled RRH to become the fastest growing health system in the region. 

GRIPA was founded as a unique partnership between RRH and physicians to improve all aspects of patient care through innovation, collaboration, advocacy, and problem solving. They are now in a unique position to excel in the new environment brought about by health care reform. Long before health care reform mandated quality and efficiency performance standards, GRIPA was a pioneer in shaping the patient-centered health care system of the future focused on quality, efficiency, and outcomes. Approved by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as a clinically-integrated Physician Hospital Organization (PHO), GRIPA is the only organization of its kind in our region with the dedicated leadership, formal infrastructure, clinical and technology support network, and proven track record to make health care better—and most importantly, make patients healthier.