Coordinating and Managing the Continuum of Care for Older Patients
Revolutionizing the Care and Treatment of Older Patients While Enhancing the Ability of Physicians to Generate Sufficient Revenue to Care for Them
The Challenges of Senior Care
There are 10,000 new seniors added to Medicare daily. Multiple chronic conditions and medications make them the most costly and complex population to treat. Many primary care physicians are ill-equiped to treat these patients.
Disappearing Senior Care Specialists
There is currently a severe and increasing shortage of geriatricians and senior care specialists due to the inability of physicians treating Medicare beneficiaries to generate sufficient revenue to sustain their practices.
Missed Revenue Opportunities
There are dozens of Medicare billing codes for geriatric assessments associated the Medicare Annual Wellness Visit of most of which physicians are unaware. This results in missed opportunities for revenue generation.
The SeniorCare Advisor
A digital health platform that uses multi-modal technology and Artificial Intelligence to develop a risk-based Care Plan for a collaborative, connected, interdisciplinary approach to senior care, addressing medical diagnoses, functional impairments, and the social determinants of health for the wellbeing and quality of life of seniors
Women's Health Equity
Older women face various healthcare inequities that are often shaped by their gender, age, and socio-economic status. These challenges can lead to disparities in health outcomes and highlight the importance of tailored healthcare services for older women. GeroHealth can be a valuable resource for older women who want to take a proactive approach to their health and well-being.
GeroHealth offers a range of services to help older women maintain their health and well-being by providing access to healthcare professionals who can offer guidance on issues such as osteoporosis, breast cancer screening, diabetes, and depression. Access to telemedicine services can provide older women who may have difficulty traveling to appointments with the ability to consult with healthcare professionals from the comfort of their own homes.
The personalized Care Plans that are provided consider an individual’s unique health needs and goals. These plans can include recommendations for exercise, nutrition, and other lifestyle changes that can help older women maintain their health and independence.
GeroHealth's intelligent data lake contains a wealth of de-identified data related to senior care and condtions, providing a major platform for population health studies. Our data is specifically designed and engineered for artificial intelligence, machine learning and predictive analytics. Amongst the many areas our predictive analytics address are the risks of hospital admission and readmission, prolonged hospital stays, the development of new chronic conditions, the onset of depression - a key precursor of potential physical decline - and other risks related to the social determinents of health.
Empowered Primary Care Team
An easy-to-use platform that can be integrated with 80+ EMRs for collaboration by an interdisciplinary care team, providing a whole patient approach to the health span, life span, and independence of older patients.
Automated Health Risk Assessment
Based on the American Geriatric Society's Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment, voice-enabled or manually entered risk assessments administered prior to an office visit can help identify early intervention points for existing and potential problems.
Comprehensive Care Plan Development
CMS approved automated assessments are used to develop and maintain an integrated Care Plan for the treatment and wellbeing of Seniors by a connected team of physicians and medical professionals. These plans can be shared with patients and care givers through and EMR or our GeroHealth portal.
Enhanced Physician Reimbursement
Dozens of approved geriatric assessments are currently available for use by medical professionals. Billing codes associated with their completion are generated for approval and automatic submission to an EMR. Currently, only 19% of Medicare beneficiaries receive these assessments.