Closing the Gaps in
Care Coordination

Benefits and care coordination solutions to support health plans
and providers
as they activate home-centered care.

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Automate Benefits Workflows for Maximum Efficiency

Empower care coordinators to spend less time with phone calls and faxes, and delight people with quick activation of in-home services.

Here’s how it works:

  • Build digital service provider networks for real-time visibility into capacity and availability.
  • Efficiently broadcast service requests across your network.
  • Complete service requests and track updates.
  • Measure utilization to support compliance requirements.

More Than a Referral Engine

Built for efficiency, interoperability, and visibility, Dina’s care coordination solutions streamline network management, benefit coordination, and transitions of care.

Dina empowers teams to track patient and member progress with new home-based assessment data, and safely intervene throughout a person’s health journey via digital engagement tools.

Care coordination solutions for hospital to home network

Care Traffic Control: Extend Coordination to the Home

Using Dina’s “care traffic control” model, care navigators can coordinate benefits and home-centered services efficiently, and focus on those who are at risk of falling through the cracks.

Our care coordination solutions empower teams to manage care delivery throughout the journey, and remotely engage people to help them stay home safely. By leveraging home-based assessment data, care managers can identify risk and support the people who need it most.

Digitize Your Provider Network of In-Home Services

Personal Care & IHSS

Home Health

Hospice & Palliative Care

Respite Care

Home Modification Services

Medical Equipment

Medical Transport

Mental Health

Meals & Nutrition

Courier Services

A New Perspective on Network Management

Leverage new types of data on engagement, responsiveness, and quality to continuously identify your highest-performing partners. Access comprehensive organization profiles to match members to appropriate resources. Structure your trusted network on the platform to reflect tiers, contracts and provider performance.  

 

Reduce Costly
Healthcare Moments

To reduce costly healthcare moments like readmissions, avoidable hospitalizations, and ED visits, Dina’s technology goes beyond identifying the SDOH insights typically found in claims data or EHR records.

We close the loop on intervention management by leveraging proprietary algorithms and data sources to identify individuals who may benefit from additional home-based, or lower-cost care services.

Reduce Costly
Healthcare Moments

To reduce costly healthcare moments like readmissions, avoidable hospitalizations, and ED visits, Dina’s technology goes beyond identifying the SDOH insights typically found in claims data or EHR records.

We close the loop on intervention management by leveraging proprietary algorithms and data sources to identify individuals who may benefit from additional home-based, or lower-cost care services.

Powering In-Home Care Services

Read About Our Partners

Health Plans

Digitally activate supplemental and other home-centered benefits for Medicare and Medicaid members to reduce administrative burden and improve member acquisition and retention.

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Providers

Organize a safe landing home for people after an acute stay, including any in-home support, and remain connected to ensure they receive the care they need, when and where they need it. 

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Stephen K. Klasko

MD, MBA, former Jefferson Health CEO

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Care Coordination Solutions to Power Your
In-Home Care

Increase in Coordination Efficiency

Services Coordinated

Network Partners

Used By Innovative Health Plans and Providers

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most important care settings: the home.

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First Analysis Invests in Dina

First Analysis Invests in Dina

First Analysis, a leading venture capital investor, has made a new investment in Dina. First Analysis led the $7 million Series B round, with participation from existing investors Osage Venture Partners and First Trust Capital Partners, LLC. In December, SCAN Group, a...

Proposed CMS Rule Changes Focus on Benefit ROI

Proposed CMS Rule Changes Focus on Benefit ROI

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Special Needs Plans on the Rise; 6 States Lead Enrollment 

Special Needs Plans on the Rise; 6 States Lead Enrollment 

Special Needs Plans (SNPs) provide specialized coverage — extra benefits and coordinated care — for people who have chronic medical conditions or face certain severe or disabling health situations. What are the Three Types of SNPs? SNPs come in three types, each with...

CMS Proposes Changes to Improve Access to MA Benefits

CMS Proposes Changes to Improve Access to MA Benefits

Supplemental benefits continue to grow across more plans. Now CMS wants to know who is using them and what impact they have. Nearly all Medicare Advantage (MA) plans offer at least one supplemental benefit; the most frequently offered are vision, hearing, fitness, and...

Do You Know What Benefits Are Offered in Your Market?

Our team will analyze the counties or regions you operate in and share insights around the types of plans available, enrollment, and benefit portfolios. All at no charge to you.

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