Real-Time Tracking of Patients Across the Care Continuum
Helping hospitals and health plans improve visibility into the home, reduce costs, and improve care coordination for adults with complex care needs, many of whom are seniors. Dina is a next-generation, innovative platform that connects hospitals and health plans with the post-acute network for transitional care and care coordination.
- Identify high-quality post-acute and in-home care partners
- Enable real-time communication
- Activate home-based insights
Senior Care Coordination Simplified
We’re transforming the future of care by providing a real-time view of patients as they move from hospital to skilled nursing or hospital to home. Use Dina to build high-quality provider networks, deliver seamless care outside of the hospital, make data-driven treatment decisions, and track compliance with care pathways.
Organize High-Quality Partners
Use proprietary data to identify, contract and activate post-acute, home and social determinant providers into a high-quality digital network.
Enable Real-Time Collaboration
Digital platform allows all members of the care team to coordinate and share patient data including evidence-based interventions and pathways, placement/staffing, transition management, authorizations, real-time patient tracking, and family and caregiver engagement.
Unlock Home-Based Insights
Harvest assessments from post-acute and in-home care providers, including personal and family caregivers, to proactively identify gaps in care and unmet needs, alert providers when there’s a change in condition, and connect patients with community resources.
Seamlessly Connect and Coordinate Care
Our digital care coordination platform connects hospitals and health plans to post-acute and in-home care providers including skilled nursing facilities, home care agencies, professional and family caregivers, and organizations that address social determinants of health. Learn How We Help
Coordinate complex care for aging adults and improve visibility as patients move outside the hospital.
Build high-performing networks to support members’ goals of living their very best lives in their homes and communities.
Real-time Communication From Hospital to Home and All Points in Between
We believe better communication helps senior adults stay safe and well-cared for at home. We know that hospitals and health plans benefit from data and actionable insights from the home. Dina provides the platform to make it happen.
- Keep the entire care team up-to-date on patient progress
- Reduce avoidable readmissions
- Right-size length of stay
- Reduce unnecessary ER visits
- Use data to identify high-quality providers and improve in-home care
The Dina Mission
Most seniors want to age at home and age with dignity. Dina founders David Coyle and Ashish V. Shah are passionate about empowering caregivers with the tools they need to help people age in place. The mission is personal.
In 2011, Ashish lost his 65-year-old father to heart disease. At the same time, David’s mother was ill and living in Ireland, and he found it difficult to stay connected to her care team and get regular health updates.
“After my father passed, we talked to aides who saw him in his home and at senior centers,” says Shah. “We found they had meaningful observations that indicated that perhaps his condition was changing. We knew we had to find a way to bring everyone into a digital community to share the types of insights that help people stay well cared for at home.
“Dina is a personal mission with roots in my own experience with an aging parent. I truly believe there is a better way.”
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Stephen K. Klasko
MD, MBA, president of Thomas Jefferson University and CEO of Jefferson Health
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