Partnering for Healthier Washington
Success with Washington’s Medicaid waiver programs like ACH and DSRIP, LTSS, FCS, Health Home, and more requires care coordination to address all patient needs—including the medical, behavioral, and social determinants of health that negatively impact patient well-being—to close care gaps and ultimately improve patient health and outcomes.
To maximize these value-based care arrangements, your technology partner should empower you to efficiently work with your care coordination organizations (CCOs) and other community-based partners to coordinate the medical and non-medical services essential to your patients. Your technology solutions need to foster collaboration and enable the responsible and secure sharing of appropriate patient information across the community to facilitate referrals and provide transparency so that the right information gets to the right people in the right setting at the right time.
Why GSI Health?
GSI Health knows how to support value-based care programs where care management is a crucial component of success. Our platform is built specifically to support both hospitals and health plans. We’re experts at convening stakeholders, orchestrating workflow among care teams to improve transparency and collaboration, helping you respond to changing regulatory requirements, and securely delivering the right critical information at the point of care in time to impact outcomes.
Limited access to key data such as claims data? No problem. GSIHealthCoordinator enables you to use clinical data from EHRs, critical event alerts, and diagnosis information from Emergency Department Information Exchange (EDie) and PreManage to identify which patients to focus on—including those with chronic diseases, complex conditions, or costly or avoidable events such as ED visits, admissions, or readmissions.
As the most widely adopted care management technology in New York, GSI Health has been at the forefront of healthcare reform for years. Our solution supports the largest health plan in Oregon and was implemented for one of Washington’s first Health Homes in 2012. We are more than a technology vendor, we are a trusted partner that helps our clients understand the regulatory environment, work with community-based partners, and optimize care management models.