Unreal Solutions to Real Problems
As a healthcare industry, we have started organizing medical providers to improve care coordination and health outcomes. But the most complex clinical conditions – like behavioral health – are often relegated to the “too hard” pile. We can do better, together. Alera Health specializes in building Integrated Systems of Care (ISOCs) designed to promote insight and communication between providers of primary, behavioral health, hospital, and social care services. Great health outcomes aren’t an accident. They are born of good communication.
Unlike most conventional Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs) and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), all parties in the ONEcare Networks we create are incentivized and aligned to create patient engagement and improve outcomes.
Delivery of care is only part of the equation. We advise health authorities and plans so they can rethink diagnosis and disease management, optimize their care delivery systems, and leverage actionable health data.
Alera Health creates integrated communities of care (ONEcare Networks) that meet people where they are and empower resilience and recovery. That reduces their need for crisis care, improves their lives and health, and frees up resources for other patients.
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The people and organizations we work with all have at least one thing in common. They’re changing, and often saving, lives – one patient, one interaction, one day at a time.
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The ONEcare Advantage
Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs) bring similar providers together to share data that allows each participant to improve patient care for the average patient. Integrated Systems of Care (ISOCs) bring together a diverse network of local providers and community resources to work effectively with the most complex patients. By conducting community outreach, supporting care transitions, organizing poly-pharmacy, and addressing social obstacles to health, ONEcare Networks can have a profound impact on the “unimpactable.”
Networks That Actually Work
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