Healthcare payers and providers across the country find themselves in an uncertain time and are wondering about the future of healthcare. While time will tell what specific changes are coming, the reality is that organizations need to find ways to do more with less federal funding in order to achieve the Triple AIM goals – better health, better care, and lower costs. The answer is whole-person care coordination.
Whole-person care coordination treats the full scope of patient needs jointly, whether those needs are medical, behavioral, or socioeconomic. As medical, behavioral health, and community-based providers work together, they are able to see the whole spectrum of patient needs and address multiple conditions simultaneously. This is especially important for super-utilizers who could benefit from coordinated care with guidance, education, and early interventions. The result is improved patient wellbeing and reduced costs for providers as they are able to avoid costly, more intensive care settings such as emergency or institutional care. An integrated care coordination platform is the key to making this happen.
Eccovia Solutions provides unique and proven solutions that help organizations with various structures and care models (states, counties, ACOs, and other human service organizations) to bridge the gap between primary care and community service with a whole-person care tracking, monitoring, and reporting system. Our specialized and flexible ClientTrack Care Coordination platform enables providers to collaborate across multiple agencies and provides the data visualization to measure and report outcomes and meet complex regulatory requirements.