Clinical care for seriously ill patients has been historically stored and fragmented. The Connected Community Interoperability Framework enables healthcare providers to easily and securely connect and collaborate with multiple disciplines within a patient’s care team to offer appropriate and timely services.
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Technology firm Acclivity Health has launched a new system to coordinate clinical care and support resources for seriously ill patients, initially in 38 states. The Connected Community Interoperability Framework includes a network of corporate and organizational partners that includes tech companies Axxess, Muse Healthcare and MatrixCare, as well as the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO).
The Connected Community Interoperability Framework is the first-ever nationwide network of healthcare providers, health plans, EHRs, financial and technology resources to coordinate and improve clinical outcomes for patients with advanced illness
March 23, 2021, JACKSONVILLE, FL – Acclivity Health, a trusted technology innovator who is transforming the way care is provided to patients with advanced illness, today launched the Connected Community Interoperability Framework, a technology, services and workflow solution that seamlessly coordinates clinical care and support resources for seriously ill patients throughout the country. The network was announced during a special session at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) 2021 Leadership and Advocacy Conference.
Clinical care for seriously ill patients has been historically siloed and fragmented. The Connected Community Interoperability Framework empowers healthcare providers to securely and easily connect and collaborate with multiple disciplines within a patient’s care team to provide appropriate and timely services.Read more
Hospices are seeking to build new levels of efficiency into their workflows as they contend with COVID-19 headwinds and prepare for participation in value-based payment models. A rising number of providers are turning to emerging technologies to support those efforts including artificial intelligence, telehealth and robotic process automation.
Industry Experts will lead presentations on Artificial Intelligence in End-of-life Care and Utilizing Need as a Determinant of Level of Care
March 15, 2021, JACKSONVILLE, FL – Acclivity Health, a trusted technology innovator who is transforming the way care is provided to patients with advanced illness, today announced that it will present two sessions at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) Leadership and Advocacy Conference which will take place virtually March 22-26, 2021.
CEO Jeremy Powell will lead a session on the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning in end-of-life care. Dr. John Mulder, Medical Director, Trillium Institute and Acclivity Program Development Executive Robin Stawasz’s presentation will focus on how to utilize data analytics to match a patient’s level of need to the appropriate level of hospice care.
Title: Artificial Intelligence in End-of-Life Care – A Bridge Too Far?
Presenter: Jeremey Powell, CEO, Acclivity HealthRead more
Hospice providers have increasingly adopted predictive analytic systems to identify patients in need of their services further upstream in their disease trajectory, as well as to demonstrate their value to payers and referral partners, including Medicare Advantage plans. The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will begin allowing hospices to participate in Medicare Advantage in 2021 with the value-based insurance design demonstration project.
Change is coming for hospices in 2021 as the industry starts to shift towards value-based payment models, including the Primary Care First initiative. As the implementation dates for these programs approach, hospices need to identify the value proposition and revenue potential for each of the models that will fall under the auspices of that program.
Health care technology firm Acclivity Health Solutions has designed a program to help hospice and palliative care providers prepare themselves for participation in the Primary Care First Serious Illness Population (SIP) payment model.