• How is Carenodes different from EMR?

    Carenodes functionalities are unique and distinct from those provided by electronic health records (EHR) or electronic medical records (EMR) systems. EMRs know only those patients who have had an encounter with a provider at some point in time. Carenodes provides visibility into total panels not just patients who have been entered into the EMR.

  • Aggregation

    Big data aggregation consolidates up and down.

    • Roll-up to the highest level (i.e.: all providers in a group)
    • Drill-down to the patient level

  • Team Based

    Assign tasks within the organization - managing projects without disruptions from workforce turnover.

  • Features

    The set of capabilities made available to our pilot partners.

    Big Data Aggregation

    Aggregation into a Coherent Picture

      Roll-up to the highest level (i.e.: all providers in a group). Drill-down to the patient level.

      Opportunity Tracking

      Perform Screenings

      Multi-payer aggregation of Health Assessment rosters and Gaps in Care reports. Data is prioritized, trended, with actionable tools to capture time-sensitive opportunities.

      Team Based

      Automatically Engage the Team

      Assign tasks within the organization - managing projects without disruptions from workforce turnover.

      Notifications

      See Only that which is relevant

      Alerts and notifications aggregated, organized, and prioritized.

      Prioritized

      Automatically organize & prioritize

      Incoming information is prioritized, trended, with actionable tools to capture time-sensitive opportunities.

      Real-time escalation

      Automatically report barriers

      Communicate directly with payers. Digital pathways escalate barriers to completing time-sensitive outreach (i.e. quality improvement, HEDIS, etc).

      Monitor Patient Panels

      Specialized Monitoring

      Monitor and risk-stratify opioid use cases; generate action items and follow-ups; referral to treatment with visibility into care trajectory.

      Trigger Support

      Alert Payers

      Provider reported barriers generate alerts up to the payer for support and resource allocation.

    • Notifications

      Alerts and notifications aggregated, organized, and prioritized.

    • Real-time escalation pathways

      Communicate directly with payers. Pathways allow escalation of issues presenting barriers to completing time-sensitive outreach (i.e. quality improvement, HEDIS, etc). Providers' reported barriers generate alerts up to the payer for support and resource allocation while there is still time.

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