The continuum of care just got automated and a whole lot easier.
It doesn’t make much sense to optimize one link in the healthcare chain and not the others. You’re only as strong as your weakest part, right? Interconnectivity, integration, and nimbleness are the keys to any successful system. And with every other industry connecting and interconnecting to the world at large, why not have healthcare do the same
The solution: Opargo Access Optimization.
Scenario 1 – Today’s confusion
You’re sitting in your primary care physician’s office, having just undergone the standard battery of tests which you passed with flying colors. But there are a few issues your doctor wants you to look into further. Could be nothing. Could be everything.
Your primary physician describes possible conditions you can’t pronounce and then gives you a handful of business cards from multiple specialists who’ll run tests you can’t pronounce. It’s up to you to synchronize the who, what, where, when, and how of coordinating it all. Best-case scenario: you do a lot of research and phone calling to find a specialist who takes your insurance and will see you in the upcoming weeks or months. Worst-case scenario: you never get all the appointments set up and your health could be at risk.
Scenario 2 – Tomorrow’s coordination
You’re sitting in your primary care physician’s office with the same situation, condition, and challenge. Your doctor explains his concerns and offers his recommendations – BUT this time he presents you with the names of several specialists – all in your insurance network – with whom you can make all your appointments RIGHT NOW. Best-case scenario: you’re all scheduled up and ready to go. Worst-case scenario: none!
That’s Opargo Access Optimization. It allows physicians to schedule patients within other physicians’ schedules, at the right time, with the proper scheduling protocols, with the proper clinical urgency, all while the patient is in the office. This ensures patients are receiving the optimal care while removing inefficiencies across the healthcare network.
In short, it’s the way healthcare needs to look like in the future: connected, integrated, efficient, and effective. It’s the continuum of care at its best – the right kind of network.
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