CentraState Healthcare System Partners With Noteworth to Deliver Telemedicine Services and Extend Care Management Capabilities
Virtual care platform successfully expands access to care and improves internal workflows
Noteworth, a first-of-its-kind virtual care delivery platform, announced its partnership with CentraState Healthcare System to extend the continuity of care for patients in the community. CentraState recently implemented Noteworth to launch multiple programs to expand their care delivery, including telehealth and remote prevention and care management capabilities for diabetes and hypertension.
“Having worked with various vendors for over 20 years, Noteworth is at the top of my list. Not only are their products aiding our patients, the process improvements have allowed our staff to see more patients in the same number of hours,” Brian Dusheck, Director, Ambulatory Applications at CentraState Health System.
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CentraState had to quickly adjust the way they triaged, evaluated, and cared for patients to an approach that did not rely on in-person office visits. Within one month of implementation, Noteworth digitized CentraState’s care curriculum and enabled the healthcare system to successfully deploy a digital medicine offering, reducing the need for in-person visits and making virtual care possible.
“I found Noteworth was extremely user-friendly for clinicians and patients across all ages,” said Family Practice of CentraState physician Jaclyn Guilano, MD, MS, FAAFP. “There are so many benefits to digital health, but it has to be delivered in a way that doesn’t intimidate patients or interrupt the care team’s workflows. The technology needs to be seamless – Noteworth has proven to be simple and seamless.”
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Through the Noteworth platform, CentraState can provide their patients with care options that offer accessibility, convenience and empower patients to leverage technology in a way that makes them feel comfortable about managing their health. Additionally, clinicians now have more comprehensive and holistic data to monitor patient conditions and ensure patients remain committed to their therapies.
“At Noteworth, we believe that digital medicine is the future of healthcare delivery,” said Justin Williams, Co-founder and CEO of Noteworth. “We are proud to work with CentraState to improve healthcare outcomes for patients and support clinicians to better serve their patient population.”
The platform has been successful in improving access to care. Noteworth and CentraState are now working together to expand the programs to serve more patients and clinicians across the healthcare system.
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