Callins will build relationships with hospitals and post-acute providers in the East Coast.
Home health aides are uniquely positioned to capture rich and timely data while caring for patients in the home. But data alone is not enough to impact outcomes. The real value comes from coupling point-of-care data with actionable insights for care.
Bundled payment programs and other payment models put a premium on collaboration. The Prepared Health platform provides an efficient way to ensure you’re working with partners who share your approach to patient care.
If you have a chronic condition or care for someone with a chronic condition, you probably have had some difficulty trying to access and aggregate your electronic health information across multiple systems or providers. In order to move to value-based care, we have to have clinical and claims data available at the point of care. When it’s available, patients might make different decisions about their care than they do today.
The good news: people are living longer than ever. The bad news: the infrastructure to help seniors age safely in their desired care setting--the home--is severely lacking.
Colleen Morley on backing her team, coaching family caregivers, treating social determinants, and increasing patient education.
Our team is heading to Las Vegas June 10 for CMSA's Annual Conference and Expo. We're looking forward to meeting you. Prepared Health is revolutionizing post-acute care by streamlining the referral process, simplifying case management, reducing readmission rates, and improving the patient experience.
"We need more people to adopt a never-discharge mindset. The caring never stops for the family or the individual so it shouldn’t stop for the institution."
Jefferson Health — a 14-hospital system with more than $5 billion in revenue — is turning to a social media-inspired technology platform to fill communication gaps with its home health partners.
Three years ago, Northwestern Medicine's hospital in Crystal Lake, Illinois, was paying penalties averaging $300,000 a year to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. One challenge: preventing its bundled payment patients from making a U-turn back into the hospital.