Who We Support


Patients who are eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare are some of the most complex to treat—many have multi-chronic, co-morbid conditions and behavioral health issues, plus require integrated behavioral health and social services and either long-term or home-based care.

GSI Health’s comprehensive GSIHealthCoordinator platform enables organizations to build care teams that serve both clinical and non-clinical needs including community-based and home care services, integrating information from across the continuum to promote information transparency and prevent unnecessary tests and services for the high-acuity, dual-eligible population. We can help you increase your efficiency and drive better care delivery while adhering to multiple complex and evolving compliance requirements.

GSIHealthCoordinator Enables... Impact:

Collaborative workflow supporting integrated
care teams

Efficient care coordination across medical, home care, behavioral, and social service settings

Patient information sharing and transparency facilitated through a comprehensive universal care plan that incorporates real-time clinical patient information

Structured assessments integrated with a universal
care plan

Consistent identification of issues unique to each patient and the interventions and care protocols that improve their health

Interoperability with HIEs and EHRs and other care management systems

Real-time information sharing and insights from across the community, including clinical data to improve care planning, alerts from patient encounters, and up-to-date comprehensive patient summaries

Service tracking and reporting for care management, patient outreach, and encounters

Flexible and comprehensive analysis and reporting enabling you to manage processes, track the performance of your care teams, identify areas for improvement, ensure payments, and enforce reporting consistency and compliance

Flexibility to adapt your configuration at any time

Evolve your care management solution based on the advancement of your programs, growth in patient enrollment, emerging patient needs, changing regulations, and compliance reporting criteria