Delta Health Technologies and the THA Group announce a partnership to optimize the emerging care demonstration programs and pilots in which THA Group is participating. THA Group, who provides an integrated solution of post-acute care serving the Lowcountry and Coastal Empire in South Carolina and Georgia, continues to be at the forefront of the industry, finding new ways to coordinate care and leverage telehealth technology. Success for these progressive programs requires complex documentation, efficient cross-functional operations management, and detailed reporting between all of the coordinators of patient-centric care including physicians, hospital systems, other post-acute providers, and payers. Delta Health Technologies is utilizing their cloud solution to develop unique applications, workflows, and reporting to support THA Group in these progressive care programs. Together, the companies are creating a “living lab” for managing value-based and emerging care models.
THA Group delivers on the promise to provide outstanding care to patients, physicians, system providers, and payers through innovative programs that will benefit the communities in which they serve. The company is actively incubating new care models, working to ensure Value-Based Purchasing will increase access to care while raising the quality of care provided. Current programs in progress include a population health management solution, called RightHealth®, designed to accommodate the shifting care requirements of medical homes, care transitions programs, accountable care organizations, and other integrated programs that manage high risk patients to keep them safely in their communities and homes. RightHealth® has also been designated Awardee status to participate in testing the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) initiative. THA Group has partnered in programs which “bridge the gap” between hospital and home, working with major hospital systems incorporating value-based models with THA focused on reducing rehospitalization rates for those facilities. On November 1, THA Group is starting a new program with a Senior Living Continuing Care Retirement Community System to provide ”Right Living” for residents through their RightHealth® program, the cost of which will be incorporated by those facilities as part of their basic service. Lastly, THA is finalizing a new initiative with yet another Senior Living Continuing Care Retirement Community to provide nurse practitioner and telephony-based concierge services to assist residents in managing their health and chronic diseases, allowing for “aging-in-place” and avoiding the need for emergent care.
“It is my personal mission to provide the health solutions our communities desperately need. For twenty years, we have delivered on our promise and we have practiced Telehealth since 2001. With the forthcoming changes to value-based models, we decided to be at the forefront to ensure our patients receive the unique services that empower them toward self-management and taking charge of their health at home – wherever they make their home,” said Ellen Bolch, CEO, THA Group. “The complexities of these new models require us to work with an information technology company that we trust, that understands our challenges, and has a solution that can accommodate to the evolving requirements of these projects. Crescendo, the cloud solution from Delta Health Technologies, is the perfect platform to help incubate our success.”