CLINICAL SUPPORT SOLUTIONS
High-quality, impact-focused clinical support options.
Best-in-class clinical support that makes an impact. Available 24 hours a day.
Carenet Health offers high-quality, impact-focused clinical support teams that can help your organization improve outcomes and lower costs, while easing the workload of your internal resources.
Our clients leverage our flexible infrastructure—including our best-in-class virtual clinical workforce and bilingual talent, for maximum scalability and on-demand, around-the-clock support.
Whether it’s post-discharge follow-up, meeting the extra clinical demands of flu season or 24/7 chronic care management support—when we interact with consumers, they get the guidance they need, when they need it, to take the necessary action.
average nurse approval rating/patient satisfaction score
use of evidence-based clinical content by Schmitt-Thompson® and Healthwise®
average years of experience of our RNs
Our clinical support solutions include:
- Health coaching support
- Decision support/shared decision-making
- Chronic care management support
- Condition management support
- Post-discharge follow-up
- Client-specific clinical program and population health support
- Remote patient monitoring
Intelligent Engagement™ delivers smart clinical support.
Data-driven personalization. Compassion. Top-notch talent. Sophisticated healthcare CRM technology. Demographic-specific engagement training. Proven operational excellence. It’s a best-practice package we call Intelligent Engagement that comes together to influence healthcare consumer decisions and guide individuals to live their healthiest lives.
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