Conviva, Humana’s wholly owned subsidiary and a leading provider of senior-focused primary health care, has acquired a South Florida primary care network of 12 healthcare centers. Conviva is acquiring Health Promoters Limited Liability Company, Jupiter Medical Group, Inc., Primary Care Associates, Inc., and Richard M. Hays, M.D., P.A., all of which were under the ownership of Dr. Rajendra Bansal.
- The four organizations will provide Conviva with 12 new centers and over 200 new Conviva team members, including more than 40 physicians, physician assistants and advanced practice registered nurses. Conviva will also add 49 affiliate practices to its network through downstream participation arrangements.
- Seniors living across Treasure coast regions will be immensely benefited by this deal. A highly efficient clinical team of the recently gained network will focus on delivering high-quality care to the seniors under Conviva’s radar which would improve positive outcomes in health and lower medical cost in that area.
- The acquisition brings the total of payer-agnostic senior-focused primary care centers Humana owns to more than 170 – including its Conviva, Partners in Primary Care, and Family Physicians Group facilities across the US.
- According to Humana, the acquisition further advances Conviva’s strategy of managing seniors’ health holistically through value-based care. This approach places high value on clinical leadership and the critical role physicians play in achieving improved health outcomes for patients and reducing medical expenses, the company said in a statement.
- Kevin Meriwether, Care Delivery Organization Divisional Leader for Florida, including Conviva Operations, said: “We’re excited to grow Conviva’s presence in South Florida – especially as we’ll now serve more seniors who live in Treasure Coast region – and to welcome the exceptional clinicians working for Jupiter Medical Group, Primary Care Associates and Richard M. Hays, M.D., P.A., as well as our new independent physician partnerships through Health Promoters.”