SDOH Payers Pilot Opportunity: Clear Arch Health is conducting a pilot utilizing a tablet-based Personal Emergency Response System (PERS), via its PERS Advantage program, to deliver social determinants of health (SDOH) services to plan members. Payers who are interested in participating, can click here to learn more.
At Clear Arch Health, we provide easy to adopt, turn-key Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and mobile Personal Emergency Response System (mPERS) solutions, to connect healthcare providers, payers and home care agencies to their patients, members and clients. Through our unique RPM offering, we can support your existing program or help you create a new program to care for members who require complex medical needs or other services, like those related to social determinants of health (SDOH).
Our flexible programs are customized to meet your unique organizational needs and we simplify program delivery, to enable you to focus on what you do best – provide quality, connected care to your members. Our innovative PERS Advantage program, for example, delivers social determinants of health (SDOH) services and combines the benefits of SDOH services with the life-saving features of PERS.“Our program was designed with both the patient and clinician in mind. By delivering the right care at the right time, we can help alleviate some of the barriers to care that social determinants of health impose, helping to ensure proper care when it may have otherwise been unavailable.” – Heather Sellar, Business Development, Payers, for Clear Arch Health.
We understand the need to deliver high quality, affordable care to your members, while reducing your overall costs. By offering connected health devices, you can provide members with the health care resources they need. And, we are here to assist you every step of the way.So, whether you want a PERS program, an RPM program or a combined PERS + RPM program – we have a solution for you. Let us help you create an overall exceptional experience for members. Together, we can achieve desired outcomes through enhanced oversight and reduced hospitalizations and readmissions.