Make informed clinical decisions with our disease management programs, clinical decision support technology, and patient outreach services to help you identify patients who may need care.
Create flexible programs specific to individual patient needs scaled across patient populations with our clinical monitoring software. Alerts identify notable changes in a patient’s health and deliver data to help you coordinate patient care.
Our integrated care management services are designed to help you:
Monitor patient health, track developing trends, and manage and coordinate care with our virtual care solutions.
More than 20 different disease management programs enable individualized monitoring for your patients, based on their own care needs. These programs guide patients through a daily health check based on their health conditions. Disease management programs can be combined into the patient engagement platform to support co-morbidities. The programs react dynamically to patients’ responses during their health check sessions and will present symptom questions based on patients’ previous responses.
The Omnivisor® Pro clinical monitoring software presents patient data to clinical care teams in a simple online format, allowing you to view monitored patients’ data through a single portal. Using rules-driven workflows, Omnivisor Pro integrates and organizes patient data and triggers alerts for the care team if the data falls outside of established thresholds.
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Support your care coordination and patient outreach with our dedicated Patient Advocacy and Support Services team.
With more than 15 years average clinical experience, the Registered Nurses with our Patient Advocacy and Support Services acts as a knowledgeable resource available to help patients complete their remote patient monitoring programs and help clinicians access the data underlying their patients' health status.
The Patient Advocacy and Support Services staff provide a consistent voice of support to patients as they complete health checks and build confidence in their own care. Following evidence-based clinical pathways, our clinically trained staff has visibility to the same patient health status as clinicians, and may reach out to patients to gain context and ask clarifying questions regarding patient vital signs and symptoms. They facilitate program engagement by educating patients and providing guidance.
As clinicians increasingly look for efficient ways to monitor patients post-discharge, Patient Advocacy and Support Services staff can support clinicians' ability to monitor their patients and support patients' ability to engage with their remote monitoring program.
Integrated Care Management Certification is through Sutter Health, http://www.suttercenterforintegratedcare.org/services/Training-Certification.html