Four Pillars of Patient Involvement
Personal Health Navigator
Personal Health Navigator is a technology that helps keep patient treatment on track. Patients receive reminders for their program related activities, can read or watch educational material that is specific to their individual needs, and through patient reported outcomes can automatically let their care team know how they are feeling, including what symptoms or medication side effects they may be experiencing.
Personal Health Navigator also automatically informs the care team about patient medication activity – adherence, compliance and persistence. All of this activity can be monitored by the care team so they can intervene and work together with the patient to keep them “on track.”
Permission based care teams can now collaborate and communicate with each other, and the patient using Health Orchestrator, a technology designed with oncology practices who want to optimize patient outcomes, minimize Emergency Department visits and reduce Hospital Readmissions.
Using Health Orchestrator practices can triage phone calls, keep track of patient symptoms and side effects, monitor patient medication activities, including oral oncolytic medications, and provide ongoing patient education when patients are not in the practice or physician office.
Data collected through Health Orchestrator may be essential to meet value based reimbursement requirements such as OCM or CCM.
Electronic Informed Consent
Inform and capture consent for clinical trials or procedures using mobile technology. Educate patients on the program, procedure or other using video capabilities, positively assess their understanding of the content and allow acceptance (and signature) or rejection of consent.
Compliant with FDA recommendations for capture of Electronic Informed Consent.
Value Based Reimbursement
Our Platform meets the requirements of the Oncology Care Model and CoC Survivorship Care Plans.
Qualify and capture CMS reimbursement for remotely monitoring patients with chronic conditions. Use in-home devices and fitness monitors to better manage patients.