Kansas City CARE SEC³UREs Their Environment With IntelliCentrics

​IntelliCentrics, Inc. has been chosen by Kansas City CARE Clinic (KC CARE) to improve quality patient care by providing a safe and SEC³URE environment. This move uniquely aligns the two entities given KC CARE’s mission is to provide quality care to the uninsured and underinsured in the Kansas City community.

“We chose IntelliCentrics because they are the first solution we are aware of that recognizes that we all play a role in creating a safe environment. It was very clear to us that IntelliCentrics’ 20 years of experience in the security industry was perfectly balanced for the healthcare market,” says Miriam Maiden, MBA, PHR, vice president of human resources and compliance for KC CARE. “It is simple; the better the environment, the better the care we can provide.”

By combining recommendations from the World Health Organization, CDC, over 75 additional regulatory and accredited bodies including each individual facilities’ policies, SEC³URE is both a standard as well as a blueprint for every type of healthcare facility to learn, contribute, and achieve environments which improve the quality of the care they provide.  Equally important, SEC³URE is totally capable of serving every visitor who enters a facility so that they all play a role in creating a safe and SEC³URE environment.

SEC³URE is the ultimate tool for communicating, educating, and privileging every visitor. "With SEC³URE, everyone is welcome while at the same time, we have a safer environment," says Maiden. "Since SEC³URE monitors and reports to us the frequent changes from regulatory agencies we never miss an important update. While our employees and volunteers benefit from SEC³URE, our community benefits the most."

KC CARE Clinic promotes health and wellness by providing quality care, access, research, and education to the people of Kansas City. KC CARE accomplishes this objective with a full-time staff of only 105 and over 1,200 volunteers. One of the largest community health clinics in the country, the clinic is funded largely through donations, grants, special events, United Way, and contributed goods and services.

“After learning how we support our community, IntelliCentrics generously decided to donate their services. With this contribution, our newly SEC³URE environment grants us eligibility for national funding so we can better serve our patients in Kansas City,” Maiden continues.

“We are vigilant about quality patient care, and we believe providing quality care in a safe environment to everyone is a social, civic, moral, and ethical obligation,” states IntelliCentrics CEO Mike Sheehan. “After speaking with the administrators of KC CARE, we knew we wanted to support their mission in every way possible.”

About IntelliCentrics, Inc.
IntelliCentrics is driven by a single purpose which is to bring broad public awareness to the principle that we all play a role in obtaining quality patient care by creating a safe and SEC³URE environment.  IntelliCentrics; defined as “Intelligent Concentric Circles” is part of a 20 year old multinational company operating in the technology sector and within the security services industry.

About the Kansas City Free Health Clinic/the Kansas City CARE Clinic
The Kansas City Free Health/CARE Clinic is one of the oldest and largest charitable care clinics in the nation. Founded in 1971, the Clinic provides Care, Access, Research & Education for the underserved and all in the Kansas City community. The Kansas City CARE Clinic’s clinical services include adult general primary care, HIV primary care, pediatric care, oral healthcare, and behavioral health and prevention services. With a staff of more than 110 and more than 900 dedicated volunteers, the Clinic provides healthcare, education, and support for more than 9,000 individuals with nearly 18,000 clinical patient appointments and more than 45,000 case management, education & prevention and testing encounters.  The mission of the Kansas City CARE Clinic is to promote health and wellness by providing quality care, access, research and education to the underserved and all people in our community.

For more information about the Clinic, visit www.kccareclinic.org or contact Kirk Isenhour, VP of Marketing and Communications, at kirki@kccareclinic.org or 816-777-2762.


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