Bundled payment programs and other payment models put a premium on collaboration. The Prepared Health platform provides an efficient way to ensure you’re working with partners who share your approach to patient care.

Bundled payment programs and other payment models put a premium on collaboration. Financial incentives for the nearly 1,300 providers who will participate in the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement–Advanced model are tied, in part, to how well providers can work together to get patients home at the right time.

In today’s value-based environment, creating a trusted network of preferred providers is an efficient way to ensure you’re working with partners who share your approach to patient care.

Once you’re on the Prepared Health platform, it’s easy to build a preferred provider network: Simply find the provider’s profile, select “Mark as Trusted,” and an orange badge will appear by the organization’s name.

Here’s what that means:

  • Your preferred organizations now will show up at the top of the list when social workers, discharge planners or case managers are looking for referral recipients or browsing the network tab. When you add in other criteria like insurance match and proximity to the patient, you’ll get a select list of individualized care options.
  • You can chat with your preferred partners directly on the network, checking on things like available Medicaid beds or specialized equipment.
  • You’ll see real-time updates, making it easy to track progress with partners and patients.

 

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