Helping People Live Their Healthiest Lives

Telligen is a trusted partner for U.S. government health agencies, state Medicaid agencies, self-funded employer and Taft-Hartley health plans, and managed care organizations, improving health outcomes for millions of people nationwide through proven health management solutions and healthcare expertise.

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Telligen provides quality improvement, data analytics, quality measures, program management, and HIT solutions and services to federal health agencies and national programs.
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Telligen helps state governments and programs ensure appropriate utilization management of healthcare services, improve clinical outcomes for patients and manage healthcare costs.
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employers & health plans

Telligen partners with self-funded employers, unions, Taft-Hartley health plans, and their brokers and consultants to improve the health and well-being of the workforce.
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Addressing workplace mental Health during covid-19

Now more than ever, it is important to promote breaking cycles that do not serve us and address mental health concerns in the workforce.

latest news

Telligen Continues to Help Oklahoma Save Millions in Healthcare Costs, Improve Quality of Care

Telligen is excited to announce the results of the latest independent evaluation of the SoonerCare Health Management (HMP) program. Over the last six years, Telligen has helped save Oklahoma...

Telligen to Provide Hospital Quality Improvement Services for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

WEST DES MOINES, IA – The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has awarded a four-year contract to Telligen to serve as a Hospital Quality Improvement...

Telligen Enhances Population Health Solutions with MCG Health Partnership

Trusted partner for Federal and State agencies, health plans, and self-insured employers certifies its alliance with the...

Addressing Workplace Mental Health During COVID-19

A third of Americans now show signs of clinical depression or anxiety, according to a Census Bureau survey conducted this...