CareCentrix has developed purpose-built technology, analytics, and experience to guide care that keeps patients on the path to the ultimate site of care: home. To address the complexities of post-acute care, we engage patients and caregivers, coordinate care transitions, improve clinical outcomes, and do all we can to help patients heal or age at home.
By finding new ways to break down the silos across the continuum of care, we are able to identify and capture savings health plans can count on.
HLTH, one of the industry’s largest health innovation events, held its second annual conference, “Create Health’s Future,” featuring more than 6,000 attendees, 300 speakers, and 950 high profile CEOs and founders including CareCentrix CEO, John Driscoll. The digitally focused summit attracted some of the biggest players in health and tech and provided a forum to address healthcare’s highest-priority issues. As the conference title suggests, the dominant theme centered on revolutionizing the future of healthcare across the United States.
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Vanessa, a health plan member, sustained multiple fractures and injuries in an accident. CareCentrix provided care coordination, medical equipment, and nurse coaching to support her transition back to independent living. All while allowing her to heal where she most wanted to be… at home.
In this webinar, Dr. Michael Cantor, Chief Medical Officer and Melissa Carr, General Manager, Home Based Solutions and Marketing (CareCentrix) discussed recent industry reports and surveys and best practices on how MA plans can move from offering the minimum to a robust benefit package (attractive to the 20 million+ MA enrollees).
Success is often defined by the bottom line and payors are constantly looking for levers to pull for maximum cost-savings in areas such as: home health, post-acute care (PAC), fraud, waste and abuse, care coordination, and hospital readmissions.