CarePatrol and OverSightMD Form Strategic Partnership to Assist California Hospitals and Nursing Homes to Reduce Re-admissions
PRESS RELEASE Dec 15, 2017 3:30 EST
(Gilbert,AZ). CarePatrol Franchise Systems is proud to announce the strategic partnership with OverSightMD, a privately-held transitional care company based in Milpitas, CA.
OverSightMD is a care continuum oversight solution that enables non-affiliated hospital and post-acute providers to function as a unified healthcare delivery system, reduce hospital re-admissions, and improve patient outcomes and lives.
OverSightMD accomplishes this by providing an interoperable platform with active case management through a proprietary patient engagement service. Facilitating the seamless exchange of relevant data into a patient population management application, hospitals and healthcare plans now have access to real-time clinical and financial insight across the care continuum.
“We are excited to be partnering with the entire CarePatrol team, says OverSightMD CEO, Mark Godwin, they have an impeccable reputation and a proven track record for placing seniors in safe environments. Our teams will be collaborating to quickly respond with personalized guidance and support for seniors and their families. Together, we will establish a new standard in protecting seniors.”
CarePatrol, the nation’s largest Senior Assisted Living Placement organization with 24 locations in Southern and Northern California will assist OverSightMD’s contracted skilled nursing facilities and hospitals in transitioning their patients into assisted living, memory care and in-home care services.
“This partnership has a substantial two-fold advantage,” states CarePatrol CEO, Chuck Bongiovanni. “It will first make a positive influence in overall patient satisfaction and quality of life when patients transition from hospitals, nursing homes, or their homes into senior living.” He continues, “It will also reduce in Hospital Readmissions and Medicare Spending Per Beneficiary penalties that many California hospitals have been receiving and which skilled nursing facilities will soon be facing.”