Intus Care Enters Letter of Understanding with the National PACE Association to Pursue a Potential Strategic Partnership
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Collaboration will provide enhanced data services to empower PACE programs nationwide to deliver more effective care to senior citizens
Providence, R.I., March 29, 2022 — Intus Care, developer of an innovative, data-driven predictive analytics platform designed for geriatric health, announced today that it has executed a Letter of Understanding with the National PACE Association (NPA) to pursue a potential strategic partnership designed to enhance the availability of meaningful data needed to improve operations, participant outcomes and compliance by PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) organizations nationwide.
PACE programs coordinate and provide all needed preventive, primary, acute, and long-term care services so older individuals can continue living in their communities. The NPA supports 144 member PACE organizations serving over 58,000 participants across 30 states through a mix of advocacy, education, communications, analysis, and data services.
Intus Care has developed an advanced data analytics platform that automatically delivers instant, actionable, patient-centric insights to improve PACE and Medicare-Medicaid quality programs. It integrates with electronic health records, claims, and financial software to highlight clinical risks in participants and insightfully display organizational data. Through these integrations, Intus Care automatically pulls and displays relevant organizational and participant information—empowering care providers to mitigate preventable high-utilization events and equipping executives with the tools to leverage data into valuable insights. This may help to reduce hospitalizations and avoidable complications (and the associated costs) among vulnerable and clinically complex populations.
Intus Care has already partnered with PACE programs across seven states and serves thousands of participants. Intus Care will continue its outreach to additional PACE programs nationwide, enabling them to leverage the Intus Care data analytics platform and PACE-specific software to identify risks, visualize trends, optimize care, and improve participant health outcomes.
“This potential partnership embodies our company’s mission—to empower organizations throughout the country to deliver more effective care to older adults,” said Robbie Felton, co-founder of Intus Care. “We look forward to working with NPA to help PACE programs transform the way they use data to solve problems and enhance health outcomes.”
Intus Care is participating in the 2022 NPA Spring Policy Forum on March 28-29 in Washington, D.C., where Intus CSO Laura Ferrara will be presenting on the expectations for PACE compliance.
About Intus Care
Intus Care has found a way to synthesize data to improve care and reduce hospitalizations for some of the most socially vulnerable and clinically complex patients in today’s healthcare system – senior citizens. The company, conceived by a group of Brown University undergraduate students passionate about elder care who have raised over $2.3M in funding to date, has created a unique data-driven predictive analytics platform designed for organizations such as PACE programs, nursing homes, and long-term care facilities, and home care agencies. It easily integrates with existing electronic health records, claims, and financial software to automatically pull, analyze and highlight participant risk and care-focused data, empowering clinicians, nurses, and other care providers to better anticipate and mitigate patient risk (such as falls, development of secondary conditions, etc.) and to make more informed decisions that ultimately improve patient care and outcomes.
Learn more at intuscare.com.
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