Care Coordination and Management
Caradigm solutions enable care team collaboration and increased patient adherence that drive improved outcomes for patient populations.
As healthcare organizations seek to expand their population health management initiatives, scaling care management is a foundational strategy. The challenge of care management is that it requires the coordination of a diverse group of clinicians often working with incomplete patient information and inefficient manual workflows. Caradigm® Care Management and Caradigm® Condition Management help providers optimize care management for large patient populations across all risk segments.
Care Management enables a multi-disciplinary care team to provide coordinated care for high-risk and rising-risk patient populations while working at top of license. Care Management helps improve the efficiency of care by automating numerous tasks repeated across a case load. It enables organizations to create and employ evidence-based assessments that can auto-generate care plans and recommend mitigations, and helps care managers plan their day and prioritize tasks. Care Management supports a number of value-based initiatives including shared savings programs and bundled payments.
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Condition Management enables healthcare institutions to manage risk, care quality and financial performance for patients with low to medium risk chronic diseases or other targeted conditions. This solution offers an initial entry into managing the care of populations and provides visibility to impact prior to entering into risk-bearing agreements. You can identify and act on gaps in compliance with evidence-based care guidelines, develop interventions to close those gaps, and complete closed-loop reporting to determine impact of the interventions and programs.See How It Works.
Knowledge Hub is an application that surfaces actionable information from other Caradigm applications within electronic health records (EHRs). Knowledge Hub is an overlay that presents real-time data and information (e.g. care plans) from across the care continuum that can prompt action such as closing a gap in care while a physician is in the presence of a patient. With a shared longitudinal view of the patient, care can be better coordinated between physicians and other care team members.See How It Works.