In a recent Q&A session, CarePort Health CEO and founder Lissy Hu, M.D., discussed the value of clinical data stored in EHRs, within the context of the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic. Real-time, cross-continuum data empowers clinicians, researchers and government agencies to anticipate care needs during a time when contextual patient information is critically needed.
- Can you provide an overview of CarePort? Who are your customers and how do you support them in achieving improved care coordination?
CarePort is a market leader in care coordination, with our platform serving as an integral component of hospital processes for the past 15 years. CarePort’s solutions enhance patient outcomes and control total cost of care by streamlining care transitions, guiding patients across the continuum to high-quality providers and tracking their status post-discharge in real-time.
Our customers include hospitals and health systems, physician groups, ACOs and post-acute care providers across the US – more than 1,000 hospitals and 180,000 post-acute care facilities in 43 states use our platform to coordinate care. The CarePort platform ensures all these stakeholders have access to actionable information and are tied into the same communication loop as patients move between different levels of care.