Southeastern Health Partners (SEHP) is a clinically integrated network (CIN) formed as a joint venture between AnMed Health, Bon Secours St. Francis, Self Regional Healthcare and Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System.
Founded in 2017, SEHP is a collaboration of 14 hospitals and more than 3,000 providers who work to improve community health, elevate the patient experience through coordinated care, and lower healthcare costs.
Frequently Asked Questions
- A Clinical Integrated Network (CIN) is a group of doctors and other healthcare providers who agree to work together to give you the best possible care.
- The goal of the CIN is to support your doctors and their care teams in caring for you by making sure they have the most up-to-date information about your health and your care. For you, this means your doctors communicate better with each other, and avoid administering duplicate tests or answering the same questions over and over.
- Working together, your doctors and their care teams can do more to monitor your health, make sure you receive the highest quality care. They may hire additional staff to help meet your unique care needs, depending on what works best for you.
- CINs may take different approaches to giving you coordinated care. Some CINs may have additional clinical personnel, who are members of your doctor’s care team, that help you set up appointments or make sure your medications are in order when you enter or leave a hospital. Other CINs may help your doctors get you equipment for monitoring your medical conditions better at home, if you need it.
- Most CINs use advanced systems that let them more carefully coordinate your care and ensure your doctor has the most up-to-date information about your health.