News | Enterprise Imaging | August 09, 2021

Zyter Unveils Integration of Clinical and Care Management Data on a Single Digital Health Platform at HIMSS 2021

Enables providers and payers to deliver patient-centric care for better patient outcomes at reduced costs, even in a value-based care environment

Zyter, Inc., a leading digital health and IoT-enablement platform, will unveil the integration of the TruCare care management solution with the company’s clinical solutions for telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM) on the ZyterHealth platform at HIMSS 2021 (August 9-13, Las Vegas).

Value-based healthcare demands better collaboration between providers and payers. In 2021, Zyter acquired Casenet’s TruCare population health management solution, a complete enterprise solution spanning care management, utilization management, as well as appeals and grievances. The result: deep integration of patient EHR data, telehealth services, remote patient monitoring, and care coordination data on the secure ZyterHealth collaboration platform. Now, physicians and care coordinators share and access physiological and social patient data across disparate systems to gain the same 360-degree view of each patient’s healthcare experience. Working together with comprehensive patient analytics, care teams can more quickly identify at-risk patients and respond to possible emergent situations before they require ER visits or hospital readmissions. As such, they can improve patient outcomes and increase patient satisfaction.

August 9, 2021 — Zyter, Inc., a leading digital health and IoT-enablement platform, will unveil the integration of the TruCare care management solution with the company’s clinical solutions for telehealth and remote patient monitoring (RPM) on the ZyterHealth platform at HIMSS 2021 (August 9-13, Las Vegas). During the show, Zyter will demonstrate these industry-leading capabilities in Booth #2549 on Level 2 of the Sands Expo Convention Center.

“The sharing of care management data between providers and payers is the missing link in delivering coordinated, patient-centric care,” said Sanjay Govil, founder and CEO of Zyter, Inc. “Zyter is making that possible, helping to improve provider-payer coordination and patient outcomes while lowering costs.”

In February 2021, Zyter acquired Casenet LLC and its population health and care management solution TruCare. The integration of TruCare with existing telehealth and RPM products provides visibility of both physiological and social data on a single, secure platform, making it much easier to coordinate care and treat the whole patient.

Healthcare payers such as the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) define value-based healthcare as a program of incentive payments based on the quality of care physicians give to their patients. The key goals are to bring about overall better patient outcomes and satisfaction and reduce healthcare costs. When the expected outcome and cost metrics for treatment are not met by the physician, payers can reduce the reimbursement amount. Therefore, physicians in value-based care programs are challenged to take more proactive measures for early intervention to reduce poor outcomes, and avoid costly post-treatment ER visits, and hospital readmissions.

Zyter’s integration of clinical data and care management data on the ZyterHealth platform supports the goals of value-based care programs by giving providers and payers a more comprehensive picture of both the medical issues and social challenges affecting the patient’s healthcare experience.

TruCare integration with the ZyterHealth platform enables physicians to see a care coordinator’s notes on their Zyter dashboard, for example, a patient has not refilled their prescription because they cannot afford it. With both clinical and care management data accessible on a single platform, physicians and care coordinators alike can more quickly identify at-risk patients, collaborate to determine the reason, and make more informed decisions on how to intervene to avoid emergent outcomes, as well as avoid the increased healthcare costs of ER visits and hospital admissions.

“We encourage HIMSS attendees to schedule a demo at our booth to see how the integration of Zyter’s telehealth and RPM solutions with TruCare care management can make the value-based care environment more successful for providers, payers, and patients,” Govil said.  

For more information: www.zyter.com

 

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