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It is no secret that high-performing healthcare providers and payers must proactively engage, monitor and navigate population groups with complex medical, behavioral, and long-term care needs through multiple care settings.
Care coordination is identified as one of the top priorities in the US National Strategy for Quality Improvement in Health Care. Effective transitional care management plays a major role in improving population health, maximizing reimbursements and reducing costs for Accountable Care Organizations, hospitals, Medicaid Health Homes, Transitional Care Service Providers and payers.
Health BI has created fully automated, all-in-one care coordination and
transitional care management solution that enables healthcare
providers and payers to:
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The patent pending HealthCollaborate™ Care Coordination Information System creates a collaborative network of providers-payers-patients and enables care coordinators to create various customized transitional care workflows based on patients’ transitional care needs.
HealthCollaborate™ then automatically executes each workflow, allowing care coordinators to keep track of patients on the navigation dashboard.
HealthCollaborate™ CCIS system provides your care coordination team a software application that includes:
Effective patient engagement strategy creates tight relationships between hospitals, PCPs, specialists, ancillary providers, payers and patients and delivers accurate and timely information to all stakeholders.
HealthCollaborate™ CCIS Patient Engagement Module includes:
HealthCollaborate™ multifaceted Secure Messaging technology connects with patients and providers based on the preferred method of communications. This approach helps healthcare organizations to fully automate communication without exclusion.
HealthCollaborate™ CCIS Secure Messaging Module includes:
Healthcare organizations and payers must keep track of all transitional care activities. Care Coordination planning starts from the time patient enters the hospital.
HealthCollaborate™ CCIS actively logs all care coordination interactions and encounters with patients, caregivers, providers, payers and facilities. HealthCollaborate™ empowers organizations to improve care coordination processes by reviewing goals, gaps and outcomes.
The Data Analytics Module includes: