A New Partnership to Address Oregon’s Unmet Needs
NEW YORK, January 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Join usa multidisciplinary communications technology company for health and social care, and Company Profile PointClickCare TechnologiesA leading healthcare technology platform that enables effective collaboration and access to real-time information, is excited to announce a new partnership that will help address the challenges of non-stop healthcare (SDoH). Oregon residents.
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“Our vision is to build a world of connected people through new technologies,” he said Esther Farkas, Chief Strategy Officer at Unite Us. “Our partnership with PointClickCare will provide their healthcare providers with valuable information on past patient experiences to save time and improve coordination of care and overall care.”
PointClickCare is the world’s largest real-time care provider United States. Using unique capabilities and comprehensive data, the company connects the entire patient community – including hospitals, primary and secondary care, aftercare, health care providers, community service organizations, and health plans – to provide real-time patient information that empowers better health. . making decisions for the best patient outcomes.
“Helping our customers manage and improve patient and resident care is our main goal,” he said Marino Cherubin, Vice President of Partnerships and Strategic Partnerships, PointClickCare. “With the help of our partners, like Unite Us, we continue to increase our collective contributions to support this mission.”
The work has begun Oregon. Care managers, social workers, and others in a hospital using PointClickCare will be provided with information about the non-medical needs of patients served through the Unite Us affiliate network. Non-medical needs may include housing, food, transportation, and other services.
“The Oregon Health Leadership Council is excited to see this collaboration between two of the Oregon to coordination care network,” he said Liz Whitworth, MPH, Managing Director of the Oregon Health Leadership Council. “Providing health care teams with timely and actionable information will help them meet the health care needs of individuals and families in all areas of the state and align with OHLC’s mission to promote universal health care.”
“The Health Information Technology Commons welcomes the addition of Unite Us’ important financial data to the ever-increasing data available in our global care coordination network,” he said. Mark Hetz, CEO of the Health Information Technology Commons. “The growth of information available to payers, hospitals, and clinics will better serve the needs of the entire population Oregon,” Hetz added.
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