Acclivity Health Introduces National Network of Care Coordination for Seriously Ill Patients

Acclivity Health Introduces National Network of Care Coordination for Seriously Ill Patients

Clinical care for seriously ill patients has been historically stored and fragmented. The Connected Community Interoperability Framework enables healthcare providers to easily and securely connect and collaborate with multiple disciplines within a patient's care team to offer appropriate and timely services.

FREMONT, CA: Acclivity Health, a trusted technology innovator who is transforming the way care is provided to patients with advanced illness, has introduced the Connected Community Interoperability Framework, a technology, services as well as workflow solution that seamlessly coordinates clinical care and support resources for severely ill patients throughout the country. The network was launched during a special session at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) 2021 Leadership and Advocacy Conference.

Clinical care for seriously ill patients has been historically stored and fragmented. The Connected Community Interoperability Framework enables healthcare providers to easily and securely connect and collaborate with multiple disciplines within a patient's care team to offer appropriate and timely services.

Acclivity, along with founding partner NHPCO, created the first-ever interoperable framework to provide a standard means to improve the clinical as well as financial outcomes associated with the sickest patients in the healthcare ecosystem. Presently deployed in 38 states with more than 2,300 vendors, customers and sources, the framework seamlessly uses the network of care providers as well as resources already woven into the fabric of local healthcare communities.

"With this Connected Community technological framework, we're able to connect post-acute and community care members and provide a holistic view of a patient to everyone on the network," stated Jeremy Powell, CEO of Acclivity Health. "The Connected Community Interoperability Framework provides the ability to give patients access to needed and appropriate care and services, when and where they need it."