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Our Mandate

Disorder
Value
Triple Aim
First Wave

The Ticking Time Bomb

  • Disordered…5% of population cost 45% of HC spending ($1.2 trillion)
  • Disorganized…50+% of chronic patients have no written plan
  • Disconnected…Under 3% of patients use a Patient Portal
  • Dissatisfied…74% of patients are unhappy
  • Disillusioned…60% of physicians do not recommend their profession
  • Disgruntled…76% of physicians suffer burn out
  • Disengaged…80% of physicians desire more patient engagement
  • Dislodged…10,000 people turn 65 years of age every single day

The wake-up call has been placed

"Patients can be seen as representing an ATM."

Antul Gawande, "The Cost Conundrum," New Yorker, June 1, 2009

The shift away from today’s provider-centric, fee-for-service approach to more global payment models (bundled, shared savings, ACOs) will accelerate market-driven consumerism.

Increased provider risk assumption means they will really care about outcomes, igniting a sea change in how they will care for patients.

Healthcare was once a single-chain, supply side, wholesale industry; it is edging toward becoming a hyper-competitive, multi-chain, demand-driven industry.

It’s essential to invert a system that is heavily weighted toward repair rather than earlier intervention, prevention and wellness.

Healthcare has long been a high-touch business; going forward, healthcare will be a 24/7, location-independent, experience-based business.

The race from Volume to Value is on

"The simultaneous pursuit of improving the patient experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing the per capita cost of healthcare."

The Triple Aim

We are committed to the Quadruple Aim…the fourth dimension is a better Physician Experience (new workflow tools, sustainable work style, income stability, emotional reward)

The components of the Triple or Quadruple Aim are not independent of each other.

Lower costs and better outcomes will result from improved physician and patient satisfaction.The linchpin to satisfaction is the enhanced healthcare experience.

Patients are human beings,
not population data sets.

Fueled by government subsidies, the rush to control data has been directed almost exclusively at providers.
This first generation technology is decades behind physician’s civilian life technology use:

  • spawned by practice management billing needs
  • aggregating and shuffling raw data
  • lacks interoperability
  • delivers poor usability
  • weak on customization and personalization
  • void of meaning and actionable insights

Our Solution

Nexus of Care
Patient Centric
Meaning
Personal Experience Platform (Px)

Data ≠ Engagement


Most health tech innovation is centered at the data layer or out at the edge with lightweight Consumer Apps. Both are incomplete and miss the mark. Pinpoint Health is revolutionizing the most critical chokepoint in healthcare—the gap between the physician and the patient. Generating, consolidating and analyzing data solves a portion of the problem. But data fail to enable intelligent interactions that are simple, meaningful and experiential.

Owning the last mile

From physician-centric to patient-centric

Consumers have been spoiled by information technology. They are used to immediate interaction and information. These consumers—not third parties, such as the government, insurance companies, or employers—are gaining more control over their healthcare decisions. We believe these consumers—in tandem with disruptive healthcare technology—are the key to solving many of our healthcare woes.

Consumers desire personalized interactions

"Truly powerful health information
technology is more than just records."

Report to the President; Lohr., "U.S. Tries Open-Sourced Model"

The torrent of data has reduced health information communication to babble. Pinpoint Health translates confusing jargon into intuitive, streamlined and sublimely effective user experiences. Our expressive interfaces are designed around our 4C principles: connectivity, clarity, context and control. Every aspect of clinical information delivery must consistently meet basic patient and human needs. Only then can raw data be visualized and converted into personalized meaning.

Simple is smart

The intersection of physician-led care and patient participation is the future of healthcare.

We believe patient satisfaction will derive from captivating experiences, while physician satisfaction will be enhanced with remarkable tools. These dimensions converge in an open, blue ocean space beyond today’s care management companies. A space defined by extraordinary experiences that are personal and intelligent. Our Personal Care Experience Platform (“Px”) is setting a new standard.

Our Platform

Whole Person
Thinking | Design
Settings
Product Ecosystem
Top to Bottom
Customer Segments

The average 65-year-old patient has 7 different physician relationships across 4 separate locations. This splintering of individual patient information is perpetuated by closed EHR systems lacking interoperability. Pinpoint Health puts the patient—not the system—at the center. This whole person care approach delivers consolidated views to physicians and patients. Now, individual health timelines and holistic care plans can drive sustained engagement.

Thinking | Design

Reasons-Based "Thought Flow™"

We’re taking the work out of work flow. It should be "thought flow". Tools that are designed the way physicians think, as opposed to how current systems and payers want them to act. Physicians are clinicians, not coders. Our physician-customizable Reasons functionality is one example of how we are reimagining the clinician experience.

Human-Centered Design

Form should not always follow function. One look at today’s EHRs and portals is proof enough. Yes functionality is essential. But truly impactful design is human. It must always embrace and respect the individual, not dictate to them. World-class design is in our DNA. We are easing the physical and emotional burden around health.

Anytime, Anywhere


Health and wellness is not a 9 to 5 proposition. It has no borders. It is not location dependent. Which is why our platform is always on and easily accessible from any device in any location. Regardless of the setting, whether alone or together with the care team, the physician-led Px platform is centered around the patient.

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Transformative Solution Architecture

From Top to Bottom

Our data-enabled, intelligent interactive solution is a generation ahead of today’s me-too,narrow offerings. All three core delivery layers have been completely rethought and rebuilt around the principle that each user is unique and deserves easy access to a more natural, intuitive and compelling personal experience.

Presentation Layer: Inviting, intuitive, personal & rewarding

Application Layer: Human-centered design, utility & tools

Data Layer: Comprehensive, intelligent & flexible

Customer Segments

Any entity that aggregates physician practice activity will be able to reduce costs, improve outcomes and enhance physician/patient satisfaction with the Px platform. Because patients trust their physicians more than their employers and insurance companies by a wide margin, physicians and their care teams are our focus. These core users are engaging with Pinpoint Health across all three of our market segments.

Delighting physicians and engaging patients

About

Leadership Team

Joel Splan
Chief Executive Officer
Keith Knohl
VP, Client Services
Adam Hoffman
Chief Technology Officer
Ben Brown
Director, Consumer Division
Jerry Johnston
Chairman of the Board
Tracey Powell
Founder & Board Member

Our Medical Advisors

Michael
Davidson, MD
Larry
Kosinski, MD, MBA
Alan
Brown, MD
Pasquale
Bernardi, MD

Michael Davidson, MD

Dr. Davidson is the Director of Preventive Cardiology at the University of Chicago Medical Center.  He is a nationally recognized expert on statins, novel lipid-lowering drugs, and the reduction of coronary artery disease risk through diet and exercise.  He specializes in disease prevention and is an active researcher, having coordinated more than 1,000 clinical trials and published more than 250 articles for leading medical journals.  He is the past president of the National Lipid Association.

Our Directors

Board of Directors
Joel Splan
Tracey Powell
Jerry Johnston
Eric Gastevich
Jim Hoesley

Contact Us


73 W Monroe St
Suite 100
Chicago, IL 60603

1.866.790.3207
Clients
Keith Knohl
312.283.2683
Prospective Partners
Tracey Powell
866.790.3207
Investors
Jerry Johnston
773.251.8328
Joel Splan
Chief Executive Officer
As Pinpoint Health’s CEO, Joel leads our vision to support healthcare providers with an innovative SaaS solution to help them navigate new payment models. Pinpoint’s Coordinated Care Platform is at the forefront of a new healthcare delivery model that unifies patient data and enables communication across the entire care team to proactively manage patient health while monitoring progress in real time. Focusing on the “experience”, Pinpoint’s difference is its combination of human centered design, personalized care plans, and multi-modal patient outreach.

Joel brings over 15 years of healthcare technology experience and leadership to Pinpoint Health. As the head of Galen Healthcare Solutions he has been responsible for the overall strategy, organizational framework and operational goals for the company. Galen Healthcare Solutions is a 100-person professional and technical services organization serving healthcare clients nationwide in their efforts to apply technology to patient care. With offices in Chicago, Boston, and Burlington, Galen has recently been named a 100 Best Places to Work by Modern Healthcare and received a top ranking by KLAS.

Joel began his career as an EMR consultant at Cerner. After 3 years as a Cerner consultant he joined Northwestern Memorial Healthcare in Chicago. Joel started at Northwestern as an Application Analyst in 2002. He held a variety positions across a range of the organization’s technical services departments over his 10-year stay at Northwestern Memorial. By 2012, Joel held Director and Senior Leadership roles in application management, EMR implementations, process improvement, data center and service desk operations, technology and infrastructure management, IT security and IT architecture.

Joel is very active in the healthcare IT community and has served in multiple HIMSS roles, including President of the Greater Chicago Chapter of HIMSS. Joel lives in Chicago with his wife and two children.
Keith Knohl
Vice President, Client Services
Keith is an experienced technology professional who has developed innovative and award-winning healthcare solutions from patient monitoring to online laboratory diagnostics.

As a customer service focused and detail oriented logistician, Keith bridges the gap between business strategy and operational execution. Keith has been instrumental in launching Pinpoint Health from its inception. His diversity is exemplified by the many roles he has filled: operations management, project management, systems architecture, product development and is currently managing the company’s client services function, interacting daily with our direct customers and resellers.

Prior to Pinpoint Health, Keith was the CIO of Your Choice Living, a telehealth services company. Keith led the team that developed and launched several innovative patient-centered product solutions. A prime example was a fall prevention product that significantly reduced hospital falls via automated fall prevention documentation. Keith conceived and executed another winning product service called Medical Home®, a dashboard and communication system to better enable physicians to manage chronic condition patients at home. The Medical Home® software platform won the Oracle Titan award for Healthcare Solution of the Year in 2007. 

Keith is an avid learner and holds an MBA with Distinction from DePaul’s Kellstadt School of Management and an undergraduate degree from Monmouth College.
Adam Hoffman
Chief Technology Officer
Adam has been architecting systems, developing software and leading high performing engineering teams for 27 years. He has worked for companies as large as Microsoft, Thomson Reuters, and Andersen Consulting and as small as VSA Partners and Method Engine (of which he was a founder).

Prior to Pinpoint Health, Adam served as a senior technical evangelist focused on cloud computing for Microsoft, as well as a development manager working on the Office 365 products, and was awarded several patents related to data mining and profiling. Additionally, he was part of the data security and privacy taskforce for the server and tools business at Microsoft. Before Microsoft, he was the managing director of custom application and complex intranet and extranet projects for Thomson Reuters, and created highly secure, legal collaboration applications for Am Law 100 law firms, including Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, and Loeb & Loeb, as well as custom legal teaching applications for the Harvard Law Review. Prior to that, he helped to found an interactive web development agency (Method Engine), started up an interactive development practice at a world class branding agency (VSA Partners), developed analytical systems that helped Lloyd’s of London to manage complex insurance and reinsurance claims related to Superfund (Navigant Consulting), developed software to speed up new drug approvals (Parke-Davis / Warner-Lambert) and developed some of the original software development tools related to the (then revolutionary) CASE tool movement in software engineering in the late 1980s and early 1990s (Andersen Consulting, Knowledgeware, MetaSystems).
Benjamin Brown
GM, Consumer Division
Ben is a seasoned internet marketing specialist with experience in multiple eCommerce verticals. Prior to joining Pinpoint Health, Ben was a consultant to Chicago based and national companies in online verticals including manufacturing and distribution, virtual products, identification systems, online trading platforms, and retail eCommerce.

Ben brings his expertise in SEO, online advertising, and eCommerce optimization to Pinpoint Health, where he leads the Consumer Division's charge to drive traffic and revenue for Pinpoint Health's direct-to-consumer plays.

Ben holds an M.S. in Software Technology from Loyola University of Chicago. and a B.A. in Computer Science from DePauw University. His graduate studies included specialization in large-scale software development, data mining, and analytics. He applied his passion for technology as an instructor for Loyola's undergraduate course, "Introduction to Computing" while attaining his graduate degree.
Jerry Johnston
Chairman of the Board
In his 33 years of experience that spans from Madison Avenue to Wall Street to Silicon Valley, Jerry has seen all sides of marketing, advertising, strategy and the Internet while working with many of the most admired brands in the world. Jerry was an early investor and Board member at Pinpoint Health. The Board recruited him to the CEO position in October, 2010. Prior to Pinpoint Health, Jerry was a founder and CEO of Critical Mass Inc., an industry leading, global Internet consulting and marketing firm. As CEO between 1999 and 2006, Jerry led Critical Mass from start-up to $85M in revenue and sold 50% interest to Omnicom Inc., in 2005 [Omnicom is the world’s largest corporate marketing and advertising holding company]. Since 2006, Mr. Johnston has served as Chairman of the Board of Critical Mass--which serves the blue chip companies Citibank, AT&T, Nissan, NASA, HP, P&G, Adidas, Rolex and Humana. Critical Mass will top $100M in revenue in 2011 with 650 global employees.

Before co-founding Critical Mass, Jerry was head of Corporate Marketing for the 3COM Corporation, where he helped guide the successful launch of the Palm PDA. He joined 3COM via its $6.7B acquisition of US Robotics, where Mr. Johnston served as SVP, Chief Marketing Officer. Prior to high tech marketing management, he spent several years in financial services serving as SVP of Marketing and Communications at PaineWebber (now UBS) in New York. Before that, Jerry was Director of Client Services for the global advertising agency J. Walter Thompson, managing major clients such as Motorola, Nortel, McDonnell Douglas and Kraft. He started his 16-year run on Madison Avenue at Young & Rubicam, working with Johnson & Johnson, PepsiCo and General Foods.

Jerry holds a Masters degree in Advertising from Northwestern University. He serves on the Boards of Critical Mass, Pinpoint Health, Carbon Green LLC, Jump Forward LLC, and the Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund.
Tracey Powell
Founder & Board Member
An entrepreneur and innovator in the fields of healthcare and telecommunication, Tracey founded Pinpoint Health (formerly DTCMD) in October, 2009. Prior to Pinpoint Health, Powell launched Healthplace.net, a patient-centered medical home, and Home Access Health Corporation (HAHC), offering the only FDA-approved at-home tests for Hepatitis C and HIV. Mr. Powell’s work with HAHC included significant advancements in finger stick blood testing, for which he currently holds the patent. Additionally, Powell spearheaded commercialization of an integrated, in-house CLIA/CAP certified laboratory and medical center. He has also conducted numerous clinical studies and patient screening programs for multiple pharma companies, led a partnership with American Diabetes Association to create national awareness via physician office initiative, and directed outreach settings for patient control and screening of diabetes and cardiometabolic disease.

Prior to Powell’s healthcare experience, he founded the startup TelCorp in 1980, selling computerized telephone systems to small and medium-sized businesses. By 1985, TelCorp had grown into a $10 million business. Powell sold partial TelCorp assets to VMX, an early leader in the voice messaging industry. A few years later, TelCorp spawned two spinoff companies, Mutare, Inc. and 2Confer. 2Confer was later acquired by Wire One in 1989. Mutare, profitable since inception, remains a leading developer of unified messaging and speech-to-text technologies. Today, Powell acts as non-executive chairman.

Powell holds a Bachelors degree in business and marketing from Western Illinois University.
Joel Splan
Chief Executive Officer
As Pinpoint Health’s CEO, Joel leads our vision to support healthcare providers with an innovative SaaS solution to help them navigate new payment models. Pinpoint’s Coordinated Care Platform is at the forefront of a new healthcare delivery model that unifies patient data and enables communication across the entire care team to proactively manage patient health while monitoring progress in real time. Focusing on the “experience”, Pinpoint’s difference is its combination of human centered design, personalized care plans, and multi-modal patient outreach.

Joel brings over 15 years of healthcare technology experience and leadership to Pinpoint Health. As the head of Galen Healthcare Solutions he has been responsible for the overall strategy, organizational framework and operational goals for the company. Galen Healthcare Solutions is a 100-person professional and technical services organization serving healthcare clients nationwide in their efforts to apply technology to patient care. With offices in Chicago, Boston, and Burlington, Galen has recently been named a 100 Best Places to Work by Modern Healthcare and received a top ranking by KLAS.

Joel began his career as an EMR consultant at Cerner. After 3 years as a Cerner consultant he joined Northwestern Memorial Healthcare in Chicago. Joel started at Northwestern as an Application Analyst in 2002. He held a variety positions across a range of the organization’s technical services departments over his 10-year stay at Northwestern Memorial. By 2012, Joel held Director and Senior Leadership roles in application management, EMR implementations, process improvement, data center and service desk operations, technology and infrastructure management, IT security and IT architecture.

Joel is very active in the healthcare IT community and has served in multiple HIMSS roles, including President of the Greater Chicago Chapter of HIMSS. Joel lives in Chicago with his wife and two children.
Tracey Powell
Founder & Board Member
An entrepreneur and innovator in the fields of healthcare and telecommunication, Tracey founded Pinpoint Health (formerly DTCMD) in October, 2009. Prior to Pinpoint Health, Powell launched Healthplace.net, a patient-centered medical home, and Home Access Health Corporation (HAHC), offering the only FDA-approved at-home tests for Hepatitis C and HIV. Mr. Powell’s work with HAHC included significant advancements in finger stick blood testing, for which he currently holds the patent. Additionally, Powell spearheaded commercialization of an integrated, in-house CLIA/CAP certified laboratory and medical center. He has also conducted numerous clinical studies and patient screening programs for multiple pharma companies, led a partnership with American Diabetes Association to create national awareness via physician office initiative, and directed outreach settings for patient control and screening of diabetes and cardiometabolic disease.

Prior to Powell’s healthcare experience, he founded the startup TelCorp in 1980, selling computerized telephone systems to small and medium-sized businesses. By 1985, TelCorp had grown into a $10 million business. Powell sold partial TelCorp assets to VMX, an early leader in the voice messaging industry. A few years later, TelCorp spawned two spinoff companies, Mutare, Inc. and 2Confer. 2Confer was later acquired by Wire One in 1989. Mutare, profitable since inception, remains a leading developer of unified messaging and speech-to-text technologies. Today, Powell acts as non-executive chairman.

Powell holds a Bachelors degree in business and marketing from Western Illinois University.
Jerry Johnston
Chairman of the Board
In his 33 years of experience that spans from Madison Avenue to Wall Street to Silicon Valley, Jerry has seen all sides of marketing, advertising, strategy and the Internet while working with many of the most admired brands in the world. Jerry was an early investor and Board member at Pinpoint Health. The Board recruited him to the CEO position in October, 2010. Prior to Pinpoint Health, Jerry was a founder and CEO of Critical Mass Inc., an industry leading, global Internet consulting and marketing firm. As CEO between 1999 and 2006, Jerry led Critical Mass from start-up to $85M in revenue and sold 50% interest to Omnicom Inc., in 2005 [Omnicom is the world’s largest corporate marketing and advertising holding company]. Since 2006, Mr. Johnston has served as Chairman of the Board of Critical Mass--which serves the blue chip companies Citibank, AT&T, Nissan, NASA, HP, P&G, Adidas, Rolex and Humana. Critical Mass will top $100M in revenue in 2011 with 650 global employees.

Before co-founding Critical Mass, Jerry was head of Corporate Marketing for the 3COM Corporation, where he helped guide the successful launch of the Palm PDA. He joined 3COM via its $6.7B acquisition of US Robotics, where Mr. Johnston served as SVP, Chief Marketing Officer. Prior to high tech marketing management, he spent several years in financial services serving as SVP of Marketing and Communications at PaineWebber (now UBS) in New York. Before that, Jerry was Director of Client Services for the global advertising agency J. Walter Thompson, managing major clients such as Motorola, Nortel, McDonnell Douglas and Kraft. He started his 16-year run on Madison Avenue at Young & Rubicam, working with Johnson & Johnson, PepsiCo and General Foods.

Jerry holds a Masters degree in Advertising from Northwestern University. He serves on the Boards of Critical Mass, Pinpoint Health, Carbon Green LLC, Jump Forward LLC, and the Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund.
Eric Gastevich
Eric is Chairman of the Board and CEO at Fave Media, Inc., which owns getfave.com, an online local search engine company. Eric is founder and principal ATG, a real estate development and investment company, active in both commercial and residential construction. Eric has a BS from Purdue University and an MBA in finance and real estate from DePaul University.
Jim Hoesley
Jim has worked in financial services since 1974. He spent over 33 years in Credit Suisse's Investment Banking Division. Since his "retirement" from investment banking, he has been managing money as a member of the private banking division of Credit Suisse and most recently Merrill Lynch.

Over the course of his investment banking career, Jim held several senior-level positions, including Co-Head of the Credit Suisse Chicago Investment Banking office, Member of Credit Suisse's Investment Banking Committee, founding member of Credit Suisse's Capital Markets Group in New York, and founding member of Credit Suisse's first regional banking office in Chicago.

Jim has been involved in a broad range of capital raising initiatives, merger and acquisition transactions, and financial advisory assignments for both public and private companies. His clients have included Ford Motor Company, S.C. Johnson, Snap-On, Navistar International, Cargill, Owens-Corning, First Chicago, Norwest Bank, and US Bank.

Board memberships have included Tribeca Flashpoint Academy, Guggenheim Partners, University of Pennsylvania Libraries, and Top Driver. Mr. Hoesley is a former regent of St. John's University.
Bryan Dieter
Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Bryan is a veteran with more than 30 years in healthcare with experience in every major segment of the industry including provider, payor and software. Prior to joining Pinpoint Health, he was President of a multi-state medical group that specialized in managing risk contracts. This medical group was sold to HealthCare Partners in late 2011. Prior to this engagement, Bryan was CEO of a venture backed healthcare SaaS company, providing EMR, practice management, billing and transcription services. During his tenure, Bryan led the company’s acquisition of a Medicare Advantage Health Plan that evolved to become a company known as Lumeris.

Bryan’s considerable experience includes a significant number of M&A transactions, including with a company he founded in 1991 and later sold in 1995 to Medaphis Corporation, now a part of McKesson. Bryan has worked with multiple venture funds and been involved in raising more than $50m for various companies. He led public and private, multi-national companies with operations across the US, in Canada and in India. Bryan will apply his hands-on experience in leading all facets of an organization, including executive, operations, mergers and acquisitions, sales, marketing, product development, product management, consulting, finance, client services and investor relations to his leadership post at Pinpoint Health’s.
CareDoc
When the patient and physician are together, the easy and accurate documentation of the patient’s clinical conditions and the physician’s plan for treatment are “mission critical.” The CareDoc feature set is designed around these human-centered clinical realities. Finally, a system exists that functions the way physicians actually think, freeing them to be clinicians, not data-entry specialists.
CareNect
CareNect is a patient-relationship management breakthrough. It keeps the doctor and patient connected between visits. The intelligent design and administration of reminders, surveys, and monitoring tools, enables effective Population Health Management and other engagement activities. The method of provider communication is personalized. Chosen by patients, it could utilize simple phone calls or “snail mail,” or more real-time options such as email and/or text messages.
CarePort
The CarePort organizes the various patient personalization functions desired for recording, tracking, and monitoring of their health and wellness. Unlike today’s poorly designed industrial patient portals, CarePort elegantly serves up home features such as:

  • Home Monitoring/Testing – Patients are increasingly using home monitoring to track progress and improvement to better health. We have scales and blood pressure cuffs that can record and track results automatically and update their records through the Internet or via a standard phone line. They may also do home specimen collection for certain lab tests, with the results reported online.
  • Wellness Integration – Using APIs of companies such as Fitbit and LoseIt, we can help the patient keep track of ALL health and wellness information in one, easy-to-use site.
Customer Registration
It all starts here. We enable provider organizations and patients to input and update their information. Information entered directly by the patient is subject to review, edit, and acceptance by the organization. Patients may have an unlimited number of names, addresses, etc., since each organization is likely to have their version they presume to be correct.
Customer Information and Preferences
Active care team and patient connectivity is dependent on accurate contact information. Achieving industry-leading response rates means we must adapt to individual patient preferences for how, where, and when they are open to being contacted. It all begins with clean, updated contact information.
Customer Prior History
Each customer’s past social, family, and medical histories may be entered and updated by both the customer and the provider organization. Once entered, it is available to any provider group the customer adds to his/her care team. No more clipboards!
Care Plans
Provider groups define their preferred plan of care for people with particular medical conditions, defined by terminology meaningful to them and their patients-- not just to billing coders. The care plans are uniquely designed to understand that the physician is treating a person, not a series of conditions.
Customer Account Management
Customers’ financial responsibilities are addressed through the account management functions, including PMPM payments, billing, and HAS account management.
Risk Management
Provider groups are engaging with Medicare to develop programs for certain medical problems/events in which they provide the primary management entity with a “bundled payment” for all necessary services. Our risk management tool set is specifically designed to more effectively manage these cases.
Specialty Lab Management
This capability supports Labs that wish to improve their workflow and communication with their customers (physician and patient). Intuitive and insightful dashboards deliver measurable process improvement.
Workflow Coordination
Effective care-team workflow coordination is a vital missing ingredient in today’s overburdened practice setting. This workflow requirement extends beyond the core, inside-care team to other providers, family, and friends who are participating at the request of the patient.
My Health Timeline
My Health Timeline is a longitudinal, single-view record of the patient’s entire past health information, and future events. It can be dynamically filtered by type of activity and quickly adjusted to see a longer or shorter time period.
Communication Management
Pinpoint Health platform reflects social behavior and provides many ways for the provider and patient to communicate (i.e., anytime, anywhere, and anyway they choose). Whether through our CarePort feature, or intra-system text and email messages, or simple requests for appointments and prescription renewals, we ease the current burden.
Pinpoints
Pinpoint Health strongly supports behavioral science confirming that behavior is most readily changed when incentives are involved. ‘Pinpoints’ is a turnkey program enabling entities to encourage behavior change through an innovative and engaging incentives/rewards model.
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