Careteam’s Smart Check-ins capabilities make it possible for health care providers to literally “check-in” on how patients and caregivers are doing, in order to better support them before and after appointments, Emergency Department (ED) and hospital visits.
The time between in person and virtual assessments with clinicians is often a black box for health care providers, and yet this is where it’s often key to know how patients and caregivers are doing to ensure care quality, increase treatment compliance, assess treatment effectiveness and avoid preventable complications. Following up enables health teams to monitor a patient's progress, identify misunderstandings, answer questions, make further assessments and adjust treatments.
While doing these follow ups is a long standing recommendation from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), it’s not common practice as it’s complicated, expensive and time consuming to track patients through calls and mail to get the information.
Our digital Smart Check-ins help bridge this gap, and provide insight into day-to-day activities, symptoms, and other lifestyle factors that are important to follow up on. The Smart Check-ins enable asynchronous care to help enhance patient engagement, optimize workflows, and ensure quality care and safety.
Careteam makes it possible for health care providers to add automated Smart Check-ins into a patient’s Action Plan. The health team can use templates and also easily customize the number and types of questions being asked - from simple yes/ no questions to numerical range scales to multiple choice questions, and choose when they are sent and how often (one time or recurrent). The health teams can also choose what response the patient will see depending on what they answer. The timing can be sequenced enabling protocols and follow ups when new treatments are initiated or to follow up on patients waiting on a wait list or being sent home from hospital.
This important capability is key in remote patient monitoring (RPM), Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) and Patient-reported experience measures (PREMs), and in support of best practices in direct patient care, as well as efforts in quality improvement and also the conduct of research. Our platform makes it possible to visualize the results and trends, as well as capture the data to enable efforts in Augmented Intelligence (AI) with data and predictions.
We have built this functionality for a number of reasons:
By providing health teams with the right technology, we help ensure that the right care is delivered at the right time, so that patients can feel well supported by their health care providers along their care journey.
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Key findings from partnerships with seniors' care organizations on a trial period of Careteam's care coordination Platform as a part of CABHI’s Industry Innovation Partnership Program (I2P2).
CABHI’s Industry Innovation Partnership Program (I2P2) will enable Careteam to further develop and deploy the care coordination Platform for preliminary testing with patients at seniors' care organizations.
Careteam has been selected for an investment from Baycrest’s Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) to grow its digital health collaboration platform and improve the care coordination to support older adults living at home with complex and chronic health issues.