Northwest Primary Care (NWPC) has collaborated with CareSignal by deploying the latter’s Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring technology.
This technology aids in handling a vulnerable population of patients as part of its goal to enhance patient outcomes and reduce expenses in risk-bearing contracts.
NWPC can now track the complete health of patients across 30 increased-cost chronic and behavioural health ailments leveraging this technology.
Furthermore, NWPC is presently giving priority to congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), diabetes, hypertension and depression.
NWPC, with CareSignal, is using data and assisting care managers to offer the best care.
NWPC can deliver care management and preventative care to the rising-risk population using the automated platform of CareSignal, permitting it to thrive in Medicare Advantage, CPC+ and at-risk contracts.
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Evidence-based platform CareSignal aids care teams to lower dispensable hospital admissions and readmissions by gathering real-time patient symptoms via appropriate text and phone-based communication.
The latest collaboration advances patient-centred care by allowing people to take charge of their own lives.
NWPC Clinical Operations director Danelle Norris said: “Implementing remote patient monitoring through CareSignal helps us improve upon our key metric of success in carrying out this mission: clinical outcomes.
“We can offer extra support to our patients with chronic health conditions and add a layer of accountability that encourages them to take a proactive role in their own care.
“This not only reduces the number of costly hospital visits and admissions but most importantly allows us to provide our patients with the tools they need to truly improve their own health outcomes.”