Organizations have tried for years to solve the medication reconciliation post-discharge problem. It’s time to think differently – and partner with a value-based provider with a unique patient-first mindset and a team of trusted clinical pharmacist professionals with unheard-of, timely access to patient health information. Meet Cureatr Clinic.
Avoidable, medication-related readmissions will happen if adequate, timely medication reconciliation post-discharge doesn’t. It’s frustrating to know what needs to be done but not be empowered to do it well. Cureatr Clinic is proven to make a huge difference.
Partner with a new type of medication management service that takes the patient engagement burden off of providers and staff. With a captive member audience and continuous monitoring, Cureatr addresses everything from triple-weighted adherence, statin gap closure, and MTM CMR to transitions of care.
You’re under pressure to meet transitions of care measurement standards and touch every patient via medication reconciliation post-discharge. Don’t do it alone: Cureatr Clinic’s unique combination of clinical pharmacist support and deep patient information access makes better performance marks possible with low risk to your organization.
The weighting of patient satisfaction in Stars is growing. Are you keeping up? Cureatr Clinic can help, connecting helpfully with members under your brand, removing medication access barriers, synchronizing medication and addressing SDOH. Our white-glove service intervenes right when members need us – the kind of service that leads to strong CAHPS results.
relative reduction in 30-day all-cause readmission rate
engagement by patients
adoption of pharmacist recommendations by providers
Star medication reconciliation completion performance
increase in adherence to maintenance medications
increase in appropriate statin use
Less than comprehensive meds management post-discharge drives up readmissions.
It’s a big job, but connecting with patients soon after discharge can significantly reduce hospital readmissions.
Cureatr Clinic leverages the most trusted professionals in healthcare: clinical pharmacists who connect with patients and problem-solve medication issues.
Each MRP produces a medication action plan and reconciled medication list, identifies drug therapy problems, makes clinical recommendations, and counts as your patient engagement visit post-discharge. Supplemental file delivery included.
Like SUPD and SPC statin gaps, MTM CMR, quadruple-weighted CAHPS and triple-weighted medication adherence through adherence coaching, meds synchronization, increased home-delivery, and longer month supplies.
Only pay for members Cureatr engages. Or go even further to explore pay-for-performance based pricing with full capped risk, upside and downside. We’re willing to get paid based on outcomes because we’ve already proven results.
With Cureatr Clinic, you're not standing in the corner of some drugstore waiting for your prescription, I was sitting down in the comfort of my kitchen. Cureatr gave me the opportunity to have a pharmacist sit down and go over my medications in more detail than the pre-printed form the hospital gave me.
Cureatr is HITRUST Risk-based, 2-year (r2) Certified, putting us in an elite group of organizations worldwide that address security and data protection challenges through a comprehensive and flexible framework of prescriptive and scalable security controls. Bottom line: When your members are under our care and being monitored by our technology, they, their data, and your reputation are safe with us.
Take a closer look at opportunities payers and providers can take to improve medication management in ways that will positively affect patient care and the overall cost of care.
During this webinar moderated by Cureatr, a panel of experts on both the provider and payer side of healthcare will discuss the challenges and opportunities that exist for both parties and what each can be doing to support the other.
During this panel discussion, moderated by Greg Downing, DO, PhD, Cureatr’s Chief Clinical Officer, our clinical pharmacy team discusses why clinical pharmacists possess the training and expertise required to perform the highest quality medication reconciliation and other medication-related assessments, and more.