Catalyst and LeadingReach Save $50 Million Over Three Years

While we know exactly when our new pair of shoes are going to arrive at our house with a click of the mouse, finding out if a patient went and saw a specialist after a referral or picked up their medication and its refills is usually a bit more difficult for primary care physicians.

But a partnership between Austin-based LeadingReach and Catalyst Health Network is enabling physicians to know where their patients are in the care cycle. Catalyst is a network of 650 independent primary care providers and 85 care team members in Texas, and they have employed LeadingReach’s communication network to follow their patients to the tune of $50 million in savings for Catalyst’s ACO in three years on the network.

Home health to pare down therapy services, up telehealth offerings

Home health providers will look to significantly expand their telehealth offerings as they curtail their therapy services, according to a new survey.

The number of home health agencies that use telehealth services like remote patient monitoring, virtual consultations and medication management technology will double over the next two years, according to Definitive Healthcare's home health study that polled 159 providers in October.

LeadingReach Network Achieves Critical Mass; Delivers Innovative Solution for Healthcare Interoperability and Blueprint for Value Based Care

Digital healthcare network enables 17 million digital care communications to date, across more than 27,000 healthcare organizations committed to reducing cost and improving care coordination Austin, TX, November 20, 2019 — With a unique approach to addressing some of healthcare’s biggest challenges, Austin, TX based LeadingReach has built the largest healthcare communication network in the … Read more

Referral process going digital as healthcare providers look to stem revenue leakage

"Revenue leakage" -- healthcare providers cringe at the term, because it represents dollars that aren't coming into the system, but could be. Revenue cycle inefficiencies and poor communication around patient financial responsibility are factors that can cause revenue leakage, but it also occurs quite frequently in the area of referrals.