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Collective Medical is actively working with the federal government, state-based and public health agencies, and other stakeholders to address COVID-19.
Care coordination can decrease both inpatient and emergency department utilization, particularly for behavioral health or substance use disorder patients.
An in-depth white paper looking at how care coordination technology can drive positive patient and financial outcomes for payers.
The core aim of coordinating care is to identify patients in need and synchronize care delivery. Read part one of a three-part series on collaborating care.
One study found that primary care physicians spend more time working in EHRs than face-to-face time with patients. Optimizing EHRs can help relieve burnout.
HIMSS20 Presentations Showcase Collective Medical Clients Helping Vulnerable and Complex Patients Receive Appropriate Care with Technology
Aspire Health Alliance and Alta Bates Hospital to be featured at HIMSS20 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH —February 20, 2020—Collective Medical, delivering the leading ADT-based network for real-time care collaboration today announced that Dr. Deborah Jean Parsons, director of...