Physician enablement company Clover Health, in alliance with Quartet Health, has initiated a new clinical programme aimed at bolstering support for serious mental illness (SMI).  

This collaboration looks to enhance resources and support for Clover members with SMI via the company’s home-based care delivery unit, called Clover Home Care. 

Quartet Health, a company specialising in value-based behavioural healthcare, will enhance Clover Home Care’s capabilities with its expert care teams.  

These clinicians from Quartet will also utilise the Clover Assistant platform to deliver care to patients.  

Clover said its home care unit caters to the needs of its most complex patient cohorts by providing in-home care access, medication support, and coordination of mental and physical care.  

The service includes local community resources and transportation support.  

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Clover Home Care teams, which operate both in-home and virtually, consist of physicians and nurse practitioners with training in palliative care and family medicine, as well as care coordinators, medical assistants, dedicated case managers and social workers. 

To enhance the care delivery model of Clover Home Care, the company is also integrating Quartet Health’s Whole Health programme, which is designed to provide comprehensive support to members suffering from SMI. 

The Whole Health programme will take responsibility for the total cost of care (TCOC) for Clover Health’s most complex members. It will also offer wraparound care services for the conventionally underserved patient population.  

Clover said its proprietary technology such as the AI capabilities within the Clover Assistant plays a crucial role in enrolling members in disease-specific programmes such as Whole Health by Quartet.  

As of 1 January, eligible Clover members in New Jersey can access Clover Home Care with Whole Health by Quartet Health, at no extra charge. 

Clover Home Care CEO Brady Priest said: “Through Clover Home Care, we are delivering impactful, proactive support to our members via a high-touch model built on top of the computing power of Clover Assistant.  

“This allows our highly skilled and compassionate care teams to have a holistic view of each patient’s individual needs and address them accordingly.”