Simple organization in relation to chronic disease management - efficient, secure, in real-time and with a clear overview.

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Collaborate directly with your colleagues - consistently and without structural limits.

Care Integrator – The digital solution that enables you to centrally administer all of your data regarding your patients. Communicate with your colleagues in a secure environment within or outside of the centre, get the family doctor directly involved in the prescribing of treatment. Or are you simply one of those healthcare professionals who facilitate modern and targeted therapeutic care for their patients?

Collaboration with your own expert colleagues within your practice or hospital may be supported by a common system. Often, the challenge begins when one has to work with other specialists on an inter-departmental or interdisciplinary basis. And when it comes to the care of the chronic patients involving numerous specialists in in- or out-center care, most of the processes and systems meet their limit.

It is here that Care Integrator begins to pay off for you, if patient care becomes more complex and extensive. If different means of communication and tools are used over a longer period of time and an overview is to be provided. And if you need your patient to send important feedback from home regarding the course of treatment, then you will not be disappointed by Care Integrator.

The Innovation - Care Group management.

It does not matter whether you work with Care Integrator as an individual doctor, as a department or as a care team. You can organize yourself and communicate with expert colleagues in interdisciplinary teams at any time within a care group in relation to the patient. It is also unimportant whether you work at a hospital or as a family doctor. All medical professional in the care group relating to the patient are always kept up to date on the latest course of treatment.

Care group management provides many advantages in your daily work:

  • Central administration of communication
  • Central access to all documents
  • Always up to date
  • Access to all activities regarding the patient by expert colleagues outside of your centre.
  • Direct transfer to expert colleagues
  • Invoicing the patient
  • Access to monitoring values for the patient at home
  • Preparation of the patient before the next session
  • Answering questionnaires at the patient’s home

Find out how your patients are doing, even if they are not at your practice.

Care Integrator allows you to track and support your patients individually using real-time data via medical devices, apps or electronic questionnaires. This means you are kept informed at all times as to whether there is a need for action and can introduce appropriate measures. You thus avoid unnecessary hospital visits and gain a high level of certainty.

Care integrator is the mobile, web-based cloud solution that includes all the important functions that are ready for immediate daily use in integrated healthcare. Because of this, you do not have to concern yourself with functions or modules in order to find the optimal solution for you. Simply register and get started.

Care Integrator was developed with medical professionals and thus reflects the requirements of healthcare experts in a manner that is very true to practice. Using a very clear and intuitive interface, you always know where you are. This allows Care Integrator to also be operated by persons who have otherwise made very little or no use at all of digital solutions in the healthcare environment.

Valuable data evaluation in relation to chronic patients.

The integrated care around chronic patients is becoming ever more complex and challenging. You can benefit from an intelligent evaluation of treatment-relevant data, gain an overview and save a lot of time and money. Your staff and patients will thank you for it.

The big advantage of digital data is the option of collecting and evaluating data in a standardized manner. This allows important conclusions to be drawn regarding individual patients or groups of patients, which helps you to optimize treatment results. This can, for example, improve your patients’ quality of life or lead to adherence improvements.

You also have the option of carrying out treatment processes in connection with symptom measurement. This provides you with direct feedback from the patient regarding his state of health and can support him in a targeted manner. This means you are provide with an early warning system, there are fewer side effects and visits to the emergency department can be avoided. You can also use it to check the right medication.

AFTERCARE TOGETHER WITH OTHER SPECIALISTS IN THE PATIENT'S HOME

The care of a patient is moving further and further away from the hospital.

 

 

The cost pressure is forcing hospitals to send patient home sooner than ever. But how can the patient be cared for at home and comply with the appropriate prescribed treatment? Who takes care of them at home? Here, communication between the centre and the medical professionals at the patient’s location is of central importance. The monitoring of treatment along with feedback from the patient can have a decisive influence on treatment success. Using an easy-to-create Care Group, specialists can organize themselves and their colleagues efficiently outside of the hospital in relation to the patient. Everyone is kept fully up to date and knows who has discussed what with the patient and what has been changed or prescribed.

FULLY DIGITISED TREATMENT PLANS & WORKFLOWS

Cooperation between the doctor/carer and physiotherapist can be improved.

 

 

Many post-operative processes are standardized and always follow the same or a similar procedure. However, the organization around such processes is often expensive and time-consuming and in many cases is still issued on paper. With clear role management, specialists can organize themselves in relation to the patient with ease. This eliminates duplication, prescribing can be easily followed using a treatment plan and the patient actively participates in the treatment process. This increases motivation, eliminates failures and incorrect applications and improves the chances of success.

THE CHRONICALLY ILL IN PARTICULAR SEE MANY SPECIALISTS

Reducing the complexity of communication within interdisciplinary teams presents great opportunities.

 

 

Who said, diagnosed or prescribed what and what criteria were applied? Within the hospital department, specialists communicate with nursing staff in the patient report and appropriate measures can be initiated immediately. But, even at shift change within the department or when transferring the patient to another department, some information is lost. Not to mention if the patient leaves the hospital entirely and is newly cared for at home by the hospital’s home care service together with the family doctor. These processes are complex and communication is difficult and no longer consistent. Here, Care Integrator offers great opportunities to move beyond structural boundaries when communicating with each other.

GUIDELINES IN THE CARE OF CHRONICALLY ILL PATIENTS

Targeted and standardized procedures for chronically ill patients can save costs.

 

 

Many health organizations base care of the chronically ill on clearly defined guidelines (evidence-based medicine, EBM) which have shown that treatment success increases when certain standardized specifications are complied with. In particular, networks of doctors in cooperation with insurers have a major interest in compliance with these guidelines. Because the sheer number of chronically ill patients for whom improved treatment success can be achieved using these guidelines can result in a significant cost reductions. These cases are paid for on the basis of managed care contracts between networks of doctors and insurers. Care Integrator not only facilitates greater availability and better cooperation between networks of doctors and insurers, it also provides the opportunity to track success directly and make it tangible on the basis of insightful reporting.

ORAL CYTOSTATICS ARE CHANGING TREATMENT MANAGEMENT PROCESSES

Support oncology patients not just in the hospital but at home too.

 

 

Oral cytostatics or immunotherapies are not only changing the life expectancy of patients but are also having a direct effect on the treatment process. In the case of intravenous administration of the relevant medication, the hospital used to have control of the entire treatment process as well as the patient. This has changed with the prescription of such medications in tablet form. The patient no longer comes into the hospital but rather gets his medication from the pharmacy. This means that the oncology centre loses control of the patient and has to rely on feedback from the patient or pharmacist. Care Integrator supports this process and keeps all of the medical professionals involved in relation to the patient up to date. Thus, the oncologist at the hospital can once again be kept up to date on the current status of the most recent activities in relation to the patient. For example, this can be supported in a targeted manner by linking leukocyte monitoring at the patient’s home.

COMMUNICATION BETWEEN SPECIALISTS AND DISCUSSION OF PATIENT RECORDS

Organize yourselves to discuss patients whenever it suits you, regardless of location.

 

 

In the field of oncology, this means a tumor board review, in the case of other indications, expert groups or expert discussion groups. Medical professionals discuss patients or patient files and support each other in finding the best treatment approaches or in order to learn from the different cases. Care Integrator helps you to organize yourself together with expert colleagues and find solutions for further steps. Regardless of where you are or when you want to submit your contributions.

SUPPORT YOUR PATIENTS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TREATMENT

There are many reasons why a treatment might not have the desired effect. One of the most important reasons is not taking the medication or taking it at the wrong time.

 

 

Chronic patients are often prescribed multiple medications that have to be taken at different times and in the prescribed combinations. This presents immense challenges for many patients. Help the patient with simple adherence support at home, in order to better support the logistics of the medication. This provides you with valuable feedback from the patient, which you can discuss directly during your next consultation. What’s more, you can also involve members with the patient in the process – so you have someone who is there with the patient and can provide them with direct support.

EXPERT GROUPS OF SPECIALISTS CAN HELP YOU WITH DIFFICULT DIAGNOSES

As the volume of information and the complexity of cases increases, you also need to seek help from time to time.

 

 

In Care Integrator, you can form expert groups in order to resolve tricky and challenging cases. By involving experts in specific issues, you receive direct support to meet the daily challenges. And they are organized in such a way that you can then submit follow-up queries when it best suits you in regard to your process organization. Even if you are on your way to an international convention.

AFTERCARE TOGETHER WITH OTHER SPECIALISTS IN THE PATIENT'S HOME

The care of a patient is moving further and further away from the hospital.

 

 

The cost pressure is forcing hospitals to send patient home sooner than ever. But how can the patient be cared for at home and comply with the appropriate prescribed treatment? Who takes care of them at home? Here, communication between the centre and the medical professionals at the patient’s location is of central importance. The monitoring of treatment along with feedback from the patient can have a decisive influence on treatment success. Using an easy-to-create Care Group, specialists can organize themselves and their colleagues efficiently outside of the hospital in relation to the patient. Everyone is kept fully up to date and knows who has discussed what with the patient and what has been changed or prescribed.

FULLY DIGITISED TREATMENT PLANS & WORKFLOWS

Cooperation between the doctor/carer and physiotherapist can be improved.

 

 

Many post-operative processes are standardized and always follow the same or a similar procedure. However, the organization around such processes is often expensive and time-consuming and in many cases is still issued on paper. With clear role management, specialists can organize themselves in relation to the patient with ease. This eliminates duplication, prescribing can be easily followed using a treatment plan and the patient actively participates in the treatment process. This increases motivation, eliminates failures and incorrect applications and improves the chances of success.

THE CHRONICALLY ILL IN PARTICULAR SEE MANY SPECIALISTS

Reducing the complexity of communication within interdisciplinary teams presents great opportunities.

 

 

Who said, diagnosed or prescribed what and what criteria were applied? Within the hospital department, specialists communicate with nursing staff in the patient report and appropriate measures can be initiated immediately. But, even at shift change within the department or when transferring the patient to another department, some information is lost. Not to mention if the patient leaves the hospital entirely and is newly cared for at home by the hospital’s home care service together with the family doctor. These processes are complex and communication is difficult and no longer consistent. Here, Care Integrator offers great opportunities to move beyond structural boundaries when communicating with each other.

GUIDELINES IN THE CARE OF CHRONICALLY ILL PATIENTS

Targeted and standardized procedures for chronically ill patients can save costs.

 

 

Many health organizations base care of the chronically ill on clearly defined guidelines (evidence-based medicine, EBM) which have shown that treatment success increases when certain standardized specifications are complied with. In particular, networks of doctors in cooperation with insurers have a major interest in compliance with these guidelines. Because the sheer number of chronically ill patients for whom improved treatment success can be achieved using these guidelines can result in a significant cost reductions. These cases are paid for on the basis of managed care contracts between networks of doctors and insurers. Care Integrator not only facilitates greater availability and better cooperation between networks of doctors and insurers, it also provides the opportunity to track success directly and make it tangible on the basis of insightful reporting.

ORAL CYTOSTATICS ARE CHANGING TREATMENT MANAGEMENT PROCESSES

Support oncology patients not just in the hospital but at home too.

 

 

Oral cytostatics or immunotherapies are not only changing the life expectancy of patients but are also having a direct effect on the treatment process. In the case of intravenous administration of the relevant medication, the hospital used to have control of the entire treatment process as well as the patient. This has changed with the prescription of such medications in tablet form. The patient no longer comes into the hospital but rather gets his medication from the pharmacy. This means that the oncology centre loses control of the patient and has to rely on feedback from the patient or pharmacist. Care Integrator supports this process and keeps all of the medical professionals involved in relation to the patient up to date. Thus, the oncologist at the hospital can once again be kept up to date on the current status of the most recent activities in relation to the patient. For example, this can be supported in a targeted manner by linking leukocyte monitoring at the patient’s home.

COMMUNICATION BETWEEN SPECIALISTS AND DISCUSSION OF PATIENT RECORDS

Organize yourselves to discuss patients whenever it suits you, regardless of location.

 

 

In the field of oncology, this means a tumor board review, in the case of other indications, expert groups or expert discussion groups. Medical professionals discuss patients or patient files and support each other in finding the best treatment approaches or in order to learn from the different cases. Care Integrator helps you to organize yourself together with expert colleagues and find solutions for further steps. Regardless of where you are or when you want to submit your contributions.

SUPPORT YOUR PATIENTS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TREATMENT

There are many reasons why a treatment might not have the desired effect. One of the most important reasons is not taking the medication or taking it at the wrong time.

 

 

Chronic patients are often prescribed multiple medications that have to be taken at different times and in the prescribed combinations. This presents immense challenges for many patients. Help the patient with simple adherence support at home, in order to better support the logistics of the medication. This provides you with valuable feedback from the patient, which you can discuss directly during your next consultation. What’s more, you can also involve members with the patient in the process – so you have someone who is there with the patient and can provide them with direct support.

EXPERT GROUPS OF SPECIALISTS CAN HELP YOU WITH DIFFICULT DIAGNOSES

As the volume of information and the complexity of cases increases, you also need to seek help from time to time.

 

 

In Care Integrator, you can form expert groups in order to resolve tricky and challenging cases. By involving experts in specific issues, you receive direct support to meet the daily challenges. And they are organized in such a way that you can then submit follow-up queries when it best suits you in regard to your process organization. Even if you are on your way to an international convention.

So off you go.

  1. Either you already have an existing HIN or Doccheck registration. Use this to register.
  2. Or register by e-mail to support@careintegrator.com
  3. Invite other contacts, organizations and patients and start networking.