Removing the element of outpatient care allows more flexibility of resources throughout the hospital. Patient care is more closely tracked with a more focused audience.
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Voted by New Jersey's Technology Council as the 'Best Personalized Service Platform' in 2013.Patient interaction is friendly and easy. The technologies used are adapted to suit patients, caregivers and physicians of all backgrounds.
Our model has been developed and proven through research and field study. It is only improved through the use of our clients.
Generate additional hospital revenue through our platform with the use of billable transitional care activities.
Our software and platform allows important clinical data to instantly be accessible across the entire continuum of care. Making it an ease for the proper individuals to analyze and take action when needed.
By reducing the number of readmissions, we can alleviate the growing concerns with CMS reimbursements.
Providing a full outpatient care program allows our dedicated nurses keep a watchful eye on patients.
We guide patients on their way to a healthier life and give them the tools to continue on their own.
Health Recovery Solutions has solved the readmission problem, improving the bottom line for both patients and hospitals in its clinical trials and client base, and garnering national attention for its timeliness and commitment to significantly improving outcomes.
“Health Recovery Solutions helps hospitals reduce congestive heart failure re-admissions. A 250-bed hospital can lose $250K or more in Medicare payments if it is not able to maintain an acceptable CHF readmission rate in 2012. HRS provides a care management service that scores patients on their re-admission risk daily and intervenes when necessary. HRS provides a software platform on tablets that patients take home with them from the hospital and trained health coaches and nurses that intervene with patients when needed.”- CNN Money