CareTrack provides a Telecare practice extension for out-of-office care monitoring and coordination to support physician practices in continuously managing their Medicare patients in between appointments.
CareTrack empowers elderly patients in managing their conditions while supporting practices in preventing hospitalizations, closing patient’s adherence gaps, improving clinical outcomes, and reducing ER visits.
Patients with chronic disease struggle to self-manage their extensive medical needs.
Not Enough Time
Physicians feel that there is not enough time for chronic patients.
Patient nonadherence is responsible for 33% of elderly hospital admissions.
Our diagnosis of the problem is that the EHR wasn’t designed to support continuous care outside of the office
- Multi-conditional elderly patients account for 90% of the U.S. Healthcare costs and 97% of Medicare costs
- The current Medicare reimbursement model for multiple chronic conditional care is overwhelming to physician practices and patients. RPM, CCM, AWV, G0506; these services have very low penetration rates nationally - less than ~10%.
- Physicians, staff, and practices are frustrated and feel overwhelmed due to the demands in supporting these patients to keep them stable and out of the hospital.
- Without an automated system, practices cannot continuously manage all of their elderly chronic patients in-between appointments as the process is too manual, time-consuming, resource-intensive, and expensive.
How We Change the Rules of Patient Engagement
Empowering patients with a customized plan and effective continuous care support to enhance their well-being in between office visits and provide greater peace of mind.
Enabling physicians to assess patient progress, adherence, and real-time health changes with continuous monitoring to provide the latest patient information at their
Extending practices’ ability to support their patients who have multiple conditions using a fully integrated EHR system, complete with built-in medical reimbursement and quality measure reporting.
Benefits for Physician Practices
Additional Benefits Include
Optimizing patient adherence, simplifying quality metrics management, driving annual wellness visits, streamlining virtual visit workflows, improving transitional care, and providing significant increases in reimbursement for practices.
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