Transform the way you work with your network of preferred specialists.
PCPs are accountable for the total cost of their patient’s care and must build a strong foundation of collaboration with preferred specialists who receive their referrals. Treatspace connects PCPs and specialists electronically so they can manage referrals more effectively -- regardless of the EHR system that is being used.
Build a connected network for patient care coordination
When it comes to coordinated care, it’s crucial that PCPs are at the center, strategically building their network of trusted specialists. Treatspace helps primary care practices achieve their best referral network coverage in more than 50 specialty categories.
Choose the best care coordination partners
Ensure geographic convenience for your patients
Deliver high level of accessibility to reduce patient’s time to treatment
Measure the performance of your practice and specialist partners
With referral network analytics, PCP leadership can assess whether care coordination goals are being met by both PCPs and Specialists. They can answer pertinent questions that help their practice align with the best partners to continue to meet cost and quality measures.
Where are we consistently identifying gaps in care?
Are we meeting time to treatment goals?
How can we ensure that patients follow through on referral recommendations?
Who are the high, medium and low performance specialty partners?
Which specialties are doing the best job of exchanging consult reports on a timely basis?
Learn from your partners and continue to innovate together
It doesn’t matter that your partners are not employed by the same organization or are using the same EHR. Innovation in patient care coordination will be beneficial to all involved in the process, especially the patient.
Examine care coordination patterns and continue to improve processes with your partners.
Employ a constant cycle of Build, Measure, Learn.
Customize your specialist network to meet the needs of your patient population.
Take the lead toward high-performance care coordination