Keep Patients In-Network During Transitions of Care
Manage High-Performing Partners
With an ever-growing array of post-acute and in-home services available, from medical and non-medical home care and SNFs, to DME, transportation and nutrition support, it can be difficult to keep track of it all.
Our proprietary best-fit provider recommendations make it easy to refer patients to the right provider at the right time. Patient choice lists are simple to send via email and text, so everyone can stay on the same page throughout the care process. With a digital referral and logistics workflow in place, you can be confident that your patients receive the highest quality of care.
Efficient Transitions Improve Outcomes
Managing transitions of care can help reduce hospital readmissions and avoidable ER visits following discharge from an acute-care setting. Studies have shown that patients who receive transitions of care management are less likely to be readmitted to the hospital within 30 days of discharge.
Additionally, patients who receive transitions of care management have been shown to have fewer emergency room visits, fewer hospitalizations and lower mortality rates. By coordinating care and providing support as people move from hospital to home, Dina’s transitions of care technology can improve health outcomes and decrease the use of costly health services.
Automate Daily Bed Availability Outreach
Save time spent calling facilities to determine bed space prior to the start of the daily discharge planning process. Use Dina’s text-message-based tools to survey SNF and PAC network partners. Access to daily dashboards allows for tracking of bed availability and sharing of dashboard data with discharge teams and eliminates the need for manual input and transfer of data.
Dina’s Bed Availability Tool Saves Jefferson Health $570,000
Three Jefferson hospitals save time and money by improving transitions of care and reducing length of stay.
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Game Changer for Care Teams
Director of Nursing, Redeemer Health