Expands the New Jersey market and brings new tools to enhance communication and visibility across the care continuum

PreparedHealth announced their partnership with Moorestown Visiting Nurse Association and Prepared Health – a growing digital network streamlining care for patients from hospital to home. Moorestown VNA provides home care, palliative care, hospice, counseling and wellness services to families in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties. The partnership enables Moorestown VNA to increase communication and visibility across their preferred provider network.

“We’re thrilled to provide innovative tools for our care providers and partners. The network will allow us to streamline care transitions, in-turn providing faster, more efficient care for our patients,” said Jeff Defren, Vice President, Business Development at Moorestown VNA.

Prepared Health network is a powerful community that connects everyone involved in a patient’s Post-Acute Care (PAC), enabling real-time, HIPAA-compliant, and sometimes life-saving communications at the speed of touch. With the technology, post-acute care providers are seeing an increase in referral acceptance, faster transition times and reduced readmissions for upstream partners.

“We’re proud to include Moorestown Visiting Nurse Association on the network. They have a powerful mission and are making an impact in the New Jersey area,” said Tim Coulter, COO of PreparedHealth.

The partnership will expand the growing network in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area. With over 600 healthcare providers across the country, Dina is quickly becoming the leading network for post-acute providers and their hospital partners.

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