Using patient, scheduling, continuity, acuity factors, and more, to establish the most optimal patient-provider alignment and distribution in acute care settings… the first step to driving the best patient outcomes
Care Team Assignment
Applying logic on patient care needs and encounter context to ensure that the most appropriate, fitting caregivers – nurses, case managers and so forth – are assigned to complete the most appropriate team.
Once the right providers have been assigned, making it fast and east to document and reconcile all revenue opportunities based on services rendered and chargeable events, ensuring the best financial outcomes
Having the care team assigned in a patient-centric manner supports and informs effective, efficient communication with zero question around ‘who’ knows the patient best and is responsible for their care, even as this may change daily
Given all of the measurable components around a patient’s experience – how is a provider or group performing? Where are concerns around length of stay? Who is most at risk for a re-admission? What changes might influence an outcome?
Post Acute Care Coordination
Since the successful handoff of a patient from the acute care setting back in to the community is tightly linked to favorable outcomes, what are the most appropriate strategies to ensure timely, informed care coordination?
MedAptus ROI by the Numbers
$20,000 in annual revenue improvement per provider
60 minutes daily of physician time savings
$40,000 in labor cost savings from improved recruitment/retention
Potential of $400,000 savings from reducing length of stay due to improved continuity