careMESH Improves Referrals, Discharges and Transitions of Care—

To easily reach the entire patient care team.

Whether you are a hospital that needs to manage referrals and transitions of care with community providers such as for long-term care or skilled nursing, or an ACO that needs to better coordinate care for patients between member practices and specialties, careMESH makes it possible to manage the referral and care transition process end-to-end.

Our unique approach builds a “MESH” across a community, giving you the opportunity to create a data-sharing network that drives your business objectives, while supporting business partners who may be on different EHRs, or not on any EHR.   

How do we make this happen?

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We Start with These Foundational Components

 

DIRECTORY

Use the careMESH directory to upload or build a referral network so staff can easily find your partners

CLINICAL COMMUNICATIONS

Engage in conversations inside and out, with the entire care team

PATIENT RECORDS

Attach records so the recipient can view them in careMESH or upload them to their EHR

 
 
 

And then Deliver Robust Referral Management Capabilities

careMESH includes simple tools for your organization to create and monitor referrals and for managers to use to track referral patterns.

 
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CLINICAL WORKFLOWS

Use the workflow tools to monitor progress and stay in touch with the recipient

REFERRAL TEMPLATES

Send Referrals to any practitioner in the country and careMESH will guarantee digital delivery

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REFERRAL PATTERNS

Monitor referral patterns to see who is referring to whom and identify process improvements

 
 

Intuitive Referral Templates

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Real-Time Referral Task Manager

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Meeting Promoting Interoperability Targets

Only careMESH guarantees digital delivery of referrals and care transitions to any practitioner nationwide.  This supports a healthcare organization in their quest to maximize the “Health Information Exchange” measure under the CMS Meaningful Use and Promoting Interoperability programs.