The role of Physician Associations is evolving —
We can bring a new level of value to your members.
Physician practices are changing and so are the ways in which they seek to collaborate. New payment models provide opportunities for Physician Associations to take a more central role in helping providers communicate to achieve cost and quality goals.
Healthcelerate's careMESH services provide valuable tools to achieve these objectives without burdensome IT cost and complexity, allowing practices to participate in innovative care models without being forced into consolidation.
careMESH works "out-of-the-box" as a standalone platform or configures with a wide range of EHRs, while bringing physicians together to coordinate care for shared patients and for population or public health needs.
careMESH is not a custom-built solution that requires big IT expense - it is a cost-effective service line that integrates into existing workflow and is designed for practices that want to drive improvements in cost and quality.
How We Address Your Challenges:
Value-based payment models reward providers that close gaps in care and physicians cannot do this without the right tools. Fax and phone calls are 20th century tools. careMESH makes it possible to securely share patient records, and send secure messages instantly with any other provider making communication secure, fast, and efficient.
90% of referrals are still sent by fax and many go outside of your network because there is no simple workflow to keep them inside. Our clinician directory allows you to reach any other provider, within your community or outside, so you can send the referral, test results, and related imaging digitally. And our text messaging feature allows the entire care team to securely communicate in real-time.
We turn paper and fax into actionable, searchable patient data; we give insights into quality performance for any given patient; we let front-office staff send secure and instant messages to clinical staff, or to each other; and we reduce the demands on back-office staff who labor with vast amounts of paper and fax sent to, and received from other, organizations.