Remote patient monitoring, telehealth, & vital monitoring
Home Care is the lowest cost of care serving the highest cost patient population. With caregiver assistance, in-home patients can receive the worlds medical information on a phone and even visit their doctors virtually.
With the right technology, clients can age at home where the cost is much lower for the client and Medicare.
Many seniors are admitted for avoidable reasons like not understanding their medications. A caregiver can faciliate the world's best physicians and medical advice in the home with an Ipad or smartphone, keeping the client's health on track and out of the hospital.
Doctors and healthcare workers at the push of a button.
Early indicators can pre-empt an acute condition.
Have added peace of mind when a caregiver is not present.
Healthcare expenses are going up. Keeping aging adults at home is not only their desire, but needed to lower the helathcare cost for our government, states, and the individual care recipient.
These groups want more predictible costs and outcomes. Home Care services are in the home 20+ hours per week and can ensure the doctor's orders are carried out.
A 3-year research study with Harvard Medical School and Right At Home is proving the impact of home care on lowering costs and preventing avoidable admissions.
How can $100 of home care displace $1,000 of hospital cost? Home Care services are the answer.
Payors, Providers, and Pharmaceutical companies want more predictible cost and insights into their population health -- ClearCare can help.
Not at this time. We are actively investigating programs on behalf of our home care agency partners.
Tele-health can improve the client experience, keep them out of a hospital, and in the home longer for greater revenue streams for you.
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The 'In-Home' program is a 3-year research study with Harvard Medical School and Right At Home proving the impact that private-duty home care has on client outcomes and lowering overall health expenses. Home Care agencies that are using ClearCare will benefit from this research. The first publication is expected in 1H 2016.
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