Cureatr for Nephrology & ESCO Providers

Care Transition Notifications™
Customizable Forms and Checklists
API Integration
Patient Data in the App
Secure Messaging
Did you know: 1 in 4 comes back in 30?27% of CKD patients are re-hospitalized within 30 days post discharge

Do you know where your ESRD patients are?

Cureatr’s real-time Care Transition Notifications enable care teams to track ESRD patient admissions and discharges throughout a region, while using customizable clinical forms and checklists to process standardized protocols and action plans.

As providers and specialists increasingly assume financial responsibility for patient outcomes, awareness of missed and unplanned care events will be essential to their success.

Cureatr Enables Fast, Secure and Efficient Care Communication and Coordination in Every Stage of the ESRD Patient Care Cycle

It’s a familiar scenario: A patient misses a dialysis appointment and presents to the Emergency Room with acute symptoms.

Missed treatments often lead to dangerous health events, avoidable care services, poor overall health outcomes, and may negatively affect practice ratings and provider reimbursements. These factors are key concerns for dialysis service providers, nephrology practices, and Primary Care Physicians (PCPs) caring for patients with End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD).

Following a missed treatment, dialysis patients typically experience multiple acute symptoms and often land in emergency rooms, scared and in need of urgent treatment. Following stabilization, these patients commonly undergo inpatient dialysis, that is generally not attuned to their regular program, and which is administered by providers unfamiliar with their treatment plan.

Cureatr’s network of Care Transition Notifications™ (CTNs) can interrupt the cycle of suboptimal ESRD care two ways:

1.  Missed Treatment Alerts
Nephrology practices and primary care teams receive a real-time notification when a patient misses a regularly scheduled dialysis treatment. These alerts enable timely outreach to the patient, and providers can direct the patient to necessary care before a dangerous health event occurs.

2.  Emergency Department Alerts
When an undialyzed patient presents to an ED, a notification is delivered to the patient’s nephrologist and primary care team. This gives providers a window of opportunity to divert their patient to the most appropriate place for dialysis, or optimize inpatient dialysis treatment through communication of personalized treatment information, and ultimately avoid an unnecessary hospitalization.

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