Tag: care management

Why You Need Effective, Ongoing, at Home Healthcare for Your Patients

At home healthcare can be a favorable option for both patients and healthcare providers. Research shows that the home healthcare industry is continuing to grow and will become increasingly larger in the next few decades. Many factors contribute to the explosive growth of at home healthcare, including the aging baby boomer population and an industry-wide push for value-based care. But no matter the reason for...Read More >

What Patient Relationship Reports Do You Need?

Providers now use metrics to analyze quality of care and patient engagement. But with the increased financial strains facing payers and providers, they also need to measure efficiency. The problem, however, is that gauging efficiency doesn’t always take into account quality of life. Instead, it can bind providers to metrics that may or may not matter for patient care plans. That’s not to say that...Read More >

Meeting Complex Health Needs Across Patient Populations

Managing complex and chronic disease is complicated, and for some patients, there are numerous factors which can make the task especially difficult and therefore, seemingly impossible. The health care industry has relied for far too long on the episodic approach to care, i.e. a patient walks into a provider’s office, receives a diagnosis of chronic disease, is given medication and instructions, and is then assumed...Read More >

Advancing Solutions for Kidney Disease

Every day we see the potential technology provides to create better pathways of care—for the people delivering care and the patients they treat who are managing their own chronic disease(s). Rock Health reported that since 2011, $23B has been invested in thousands of digital health companies. Yet, historically, innovative solutions for kidney disease have been static at best and from a funding perspective, largely very...Read More >

Simplifying Complex Care Management: A Case Study

Community Health Center Network (CHCN) is a non-profit managed care organization supporting the health needs of the Bay Area’s most at-risk and underserved populations. CHCN developed Care Neighborhood, a care management program focusing on the medical, social, and behavioral health needs of the most complex members in these communities. CareNote was the prototype care management platform. When CHCN was ready to scale up the program,...Read More >