Consumers are living longer and with more health conditions than in previous generations. Technology and medical advancements may improve consumer health care outcomes, but attempting to define and organize consumers to best target and deliver care is a rapidly growing challenge as their needs become more complex. Indeed, defining a “complex care” consumer is a task unto itself.
PERSONALIZE the models of care to ensure that each consumer’s personal care plan is able to accompany him/her, and be accessible to anyone who may need it.
CONNECT valuable, person-centric information in real time to the consumer’s family and caregivers, providers, and payers.
MEASURE from multiple data sources to create a complete picture of the consumer and their care needs.
OPTIMIZE by predicting the consumer’s risk or need for intervention based on an accurate assessment made through fully integrated information.