Hospital care coordination units and health plan care management teams are responsible for monitoring patients who are receiving care in the home. This means reviewing data from EMRs or looking at claims-based data.

Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah says there’s a better way to connect with home-based providers.

“A lot of what happens in hospitals, SNFs and primary care settings can now happen in the home, but the infrastructure is not in place to coordinate services in that environment or to have visibility into what’s happening,” he said.

Shah recently spoke to Home Health Care News about the company’s vision for “care traffic control,” a model that helps hospitals and plans have greater visibility into the care that’s being delivered in the home. Watch the interview below.

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