As healthcare evolves away from the traditional fee-for-service model toward value-based care initiatives, how will providers face these new challenges and complexities? Specifically, with bundled payments for episodes of care, how will providers identify the right cohorts of patients to manage, and once identified, how will they handle all the moving parts associated with each episode such as referrals, care plans, physician schedules, patient education, and equipment availability?
The answer is Lifescape Care Coordinator, the most comprehensive solution on the market; we built it to navigate this new risk-sharing landscape and drive serious clinical and financial results for your organization.
Regardless of their physical location, team members can collaborate on their patients, in real-time so they can get more done with fewer clicks. Lifescape Care Coordinator provides custom views for each member of the care team, e.g. a Patient Transporter would not have access to clinical information while a PCP would have full access to the patient's record.
The simple interface allows care teams the ability to toggle quickly between sortable daily task lists and detailed patient charts; so they can easily manage high-level tasks with a single click, or drill-down to deal with more complex workflows. They can view a patient's clinical summary, manage referrals, review their care plan, and message members of their care team without having to leave the page. Additionally, while most other systems force users to only work on one thing at a time, Lifescape CM’s multi-session engine allows users to open as many patients as they want to enable true multitasking and asynchronous workflows. The comprehensive solution includes a library of customizable clinically-validated care plans, a full-featured scheduling module, and since it is web-based, it can be embedded within an EHR to deliver a seamless user experience.
Out of the box, Lifescape Care Coordinator provides care teams everything they need to manage the care of their most at-risk patients so they can easily do everything from requesting a simple intervention like a foot exam to coordinating a complicated episode of care such as a total knee replacement.