Care Traffic Control: Extend Care Management to the Home
Using Dina’s “care traffic control” model, care managers can now support patients beyond the walls of the hospital to ensure a safe landing home. Our care coordination solutions empower teams to manage care delivery throughout the patient journey, and remotely engage people to help them stay home safely. By leveraging home-based assessment data, care managers can identify risk and provide support to the people who need it most.
One Platform to Connect Patients & Providers at All Levels of Care
Dina’s intuitive technology delivers a command center-styled workflow built on actionable, home-based insights that address an individual’s social determinants of health. Connect to all levels of care in one platform to simplify workflows and support people who are managing chronic conditions or want to age in place.
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Home Modification Services
Act on Timely Home-Based Patient Insights
To reduce costly healthcare moments like readmissions, avoidable hospitalizations and avoidable 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 provide a complete picture of patient health.
Manage a preferred network of high-quality post-acute providers, create a line-of-site into the home, and improve patient care and satisfaction.
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“Delivering Seamless Care in the Home”
“We need to use technology to get care to where patients are instead of getting patients to where care is located. Dina is aligned with our goal of healthcare with no address, and an important partner as we work to deliver seamless care outside the hospital.”
Stephen K. Klasko
MD, MBA, former Jefferson Health CEO
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