Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
Health BI today announced that it has integrated required TCM service delivery processes in its HealthCollaborate™ Care Coordination Information System. The CPT codes cover services provided when a patient's condition requires moderate (99495) or high-complexity (99496) medical decision-making as the patient is transitioning from inpatient hospital care to home or another community setting.
Health BI has created fully automated care coordination and transitional care management solution that enables healthcare providers and payers to efficiently and cost effectively transition large population of patients from hospital to the ambulatory care settings.
Immediately after discharge, HealthCollaborate™ executes the predefined workflow, connecting the provider with the patient, and guiding the patient step-by-step through the TCM workflow. Provider can track the patient’s movement on the navigation dashboard. HealthCollaborate™ then generates reports, capturing all TCM service delivery events and interactions.
“This is a collaborative effort between hospitals and PCP groups. It’s a win-win situation for hospitals as they see lower readmissions, for PCPs who will see increase in payments, and for patients who will benefit from better care,” said Mack Baniameri, CEO of Health BI.
HealthCollaborate™ TCM track helps Primary Care Providers to reduce the cost of care coordination while increasing payments.
About Health BI
Health BI is the leading developer of Transitional Care Management Technology Solutions for the Population Health Management market. Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Health BI was created by a team of Health IT Innovators and physicians to fill the need for tools that enable healthcare providers and payers to reduce costs and penalties by automating care coordination, care transition and patient engagement. Health BI’s HealthCollaborate™ Care Coordination Information System is an automated suite of products that enables providers and payers to navigate patients through the continuum of care while engaging patients in the decision-making process.