MGMA joins Catalyst health tech hub in Denver

Wednesday February 3, 2016 0 comments Tags: Denver, Catalyst HTI, Mike Biselli, Englewood, Halee Fischer-Wright, Medic al Group Management Association


ENGLEWOOD  -- The Medical Group Management Association   (MGMA), representing medical practice leaders across the nation, announced it is a new tenant in the Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation development, an innovative health tech hub in Denver.Catalyst_logo

MGMA joins other health-focused organizations, practice groups, health finance companies and high-tech organizations on the cutting-edge of a changing health care industry.

“This new space in the Catalyst hub will allow us to collaborate in a way that’s never been done before,” said Halee Fischer-Wright, MGMA president and CEO.

“As the health care industry grows and changes, MGMA is growing and changing, too. The addition of this new, collaborative space reflects our commitment to shaping the future of health care and to serving and representing our members and customers even better.”

The 5,000-square-foot Catalyst space is in addition to the organization’s current campus in Englewood. The additional space will provide an environment for staff and leaders to collaborate with other industry leaders in developing efficient and cost-effective strategies for medical practices and improving care for patients, MGMA said.

Opening in 2018 in the River North (RINO) neighborhood of Denver, Catalyst  aims to bring together health systems, entrepreneurs, health finance companies and some of the largest high-tech organizations in the nation with the goal of developing innovative solutions to issues in the health care delivery system and creating sustainable change in the industry.

“As an organization at the forefront of the health care industry, MGMA is an essential partner in this new collaborative health care hub, reflecting the rapidly changing nature of health care in this country,” said Mike Biselli, Catalyst HTI president.