April 5, 2022, Atlanta, GA – SCP Health (SCP) released their 2021 Annual Review highlighting company strategies to empower clinicians and revitalize health care over the past year. Amidst nationwide staffing shortages and patient surges, SCP amplified staffing and technology to support their partner hospitals, health systems, and virtual health clients.
In his Annual Review message, Enterprise Chief Medical Officer, Randy Pilgrim, MD, FACEP, recognized the resilience and strength of the SCP Health team in the face of the unique challenges over the past year, stating, “Our physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants risked their own health and resilience – day after day – to be there for our patients. Together, we provided care to over 1.5 million patients affected by COVID, while also providing exceptional, every day, acute unscheduled care.”
SCP ended 2021 with strong and sustainable financial fundamentals. Such a financial performance led to an upgraded debt rating and continued investments in new partnership ventures and technology innovation.
Rich D’Amaro, Chief Executive Officer, affirmed SCP’s financial stability, asserting, “While managing the day-to-day operational needs, we also secured long-term viability by being good stewards of our assets, both in our finances and with our people. Our balance sheet has never been stronger. With the support of a solid foundation, we performed at the highest level, and we will continue to invest in our people, systems, and ideas to help us grow.”
The Review additionally features a high-level overview of top decile quality clinical performance metrics, along with highlights of new and expanded solutions and services, including investments in technology, virtual health, and advanced care in the home solutions. For more information on SCP Health and to view the Annual Review, please visit www.scp-health.com.