Understanding Your ROI

January 1, 2023

John Elliott from Carevive delves into the pressing question of ROI in the evolving landscape of value-based care reimbursement models. As the oncology care model (OCM) transitions into the enhancing oncology model, stakeholders are evaluating the technology, processes, and resources that will support their future endeavors.

Carevive proves to be a twofold solution, seamlessly aligning with the current fee-for-service model for chronic care management. By providing tools and solutions to manage symptoms, Carevive aids in avoiding hospitalizations and enhancing patient outcomes, leading to additional revenue and reimbursements for partners.

Moreover, Carevive is firmly positioned to align with the future enhanced oncology model, as it focuses on driving transformation, quality metrics, and health equity advancement. The integration of electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs) exemplifies Carevive’s commitment to symptom remote management, a vital component of the future model.

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