About TWHS:
Our History

Our History

Our people have a long history of improving healthcare. Prior to TWHS, our staff had been responsible for the design, development, and implementation of health care quality improvement, medical management, resource management, and demand management systems in health care organizations throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Middle East, and Asia. Our previous organization went public as the world's first population health management company.

Our health care and IT staff worked with over 300 hospitals, governmental agencies, and managed care organizations to implement processes and systems for quality assurance, case management, utilization and demand management, disease management, infection control, risk management, and credentialing. We also developed call center systems, data warehouses, analytics, and predictive modeling systems.

When our previous company was sold, the managed care systems served over 60 million people in the US, and we had developed a series of technologies for application development platforms and integration tools spanning hundreds of different automated systems.

We believed, however, that there was a lot of unfinished business. We had four key focus areas:

  • Technology-supported health care process improvement
  • Advanced, real-time process visualization to allow issues to be identified and corrected before they became adverse results
  • Connection of healthcare providers and databases to form a comprehensive view of all aspects of patient care
  • Creation of a prototyping and software development platform for use primarily by business analysts, not developers

Since our beginning, we’ve done just that. Our consultants have used our experience and technologies to build advanced health care systems in the United States and the European Union, ranging from department systems through applications used throughout the country. We’ve worked with hospitals, managed care organizations, and governmental agencies to develop new approaches to process improvement, business intelligence, real-time process improvement, and predictive data visualization.

Significantly increased pressure to reduce costs and improve patient outcomes has allowed us to showcase how our processes and technologies can turn struggling organizations around, set new foundations, and create new ways of understanding data relationships. We’re challenged daily to devise new processes supported by new technologies to solve problems both immediate and future.