Thriving in population health and value-based care initiatives requires the ability to effectively manage care team engagement and workflows. This is critical for delivering the most appropriate care at the right time for each patient.
Philips Care Coordination helps turn the insights gained from your data into interventions that help improve quality and care outcomes, close care gaps before they become gaps in care, and activate patients to take control of their health.
Identify suitable care plans and facilitate efficient care management across the care team
Prioritize care team engagement for proactive intervention
Navigate patients to tailored engagement programs based on risk factors
Provide patient information alongside your providers’ EHR at the point of care
Mitigate patient leakage with high-value in-network referrals
Track results over time to refine individual care plans and measure program effectiveness
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Every day, we are helping providers transform the way they deliver care, support enhanced patient outcomes and improve use of data.
Learn how Philips care coordination capabilities help turn the insights gained from your data into interventions that help improve quality and care outcomes and activate patients to take control of their health.
Our patient engagement and outcomes programs include remote patient monitoring, medication adherence, patient-reported outcomes measurement, coaching and lifestyle support programs, as well as other use cases that can be integrated via our connected ecosystem approach.
Learn how Philips can help surface meaningful patient insights directly alongside providers’ EHRs through EHR data integration that can help deliver actionable data at the point of care with fewer clicks.
Using telehealth to help people with serious mental illness manage their psychiatric and medical conditions had not been previously studied. An initial pilot study by Dartmouth Centers for Health and Aging produced the following outcomes:
80% reduction in hospital days over six months
75% decrease in ER visits over six months
Improvements in self-reported psychiatric symptoms and illness self-management skills1
“We find that many times people feel more comfortable disclosing information to the tablet than to a human. We receive more open and honest answers, which is facilitating earlier and more informed intervention.”
— Sarah Pratt, Ph.D., Principal Investigator, Dartmouth Centers for Health and Aging
Learn how Philips uses quality, clinical and financial metrics to create alerts and reports giving your team the tools to help coordinate the most effective care delivery and prioritize the patients at the highest risk.
1. Pratt, S. I., Naslund, J. A., Wolfe, R. S., Santos, M., & Bartels, S. J. (2014). Automated telehealth for managing psychiatric instability in people with serious mental illness. Journal of Mental Health, 24(5), 261-265.
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