Bamboo Health helps accountable care organizations (ACOs) including those participating in value-based care programs (MSSP, NextGen, Direct Contracting), and provider organizations (POs) improve quality and reduce total cost of care. By leveraging our care coordination solutions, organizations are able to direct patients to the right care setting, apply timely interventions to prevent avoidable readmissions and outmigrations, and manage acute and post-acute lengths of stay.
In addition to managing the quality of care, we help you deliver shared savings and maximize fee-for-service (FFS) revenue for Transitional Care Management (TCM).
Identify high-utilizing patients in real time to reduce costs and preventable readmissionsIncrease savings from TCM and complex care management.
Increase savings from TCM and complex care management.
Apply timely interventions to reduce ED to inpatient conversions.
Reduce out-of-network utilization for improved continuity of care.
Gain insight into post-acute activity to strengthen and refine partnerships.
Identify 3-day waiver eligible patients via acute reporting.
Reduce post-acute length of stay by monitoring utilization.
Integrate directly into your EHR or care management system.
Bamboo Health is proud to be a partner of the National Association of ACOs (NAACOS)
Bamboo Health (Pings) opens a floodgate of data. When we have that data, we can be ready to take action on that data, and care for patients in need.
(Bamboo Health) has opened our eyes to the PAC world. We can now see the trends of where our patients are going and ensure process improvement, intervene on care events, and receive more insights on our patients.
(Pings) is a much-needed platform for our relationship with HMCC and allows us to follow patients’ movements in real time. The easy-to-use product provides our corporate team with the ability to monitor and hold our care teams and post-acute partners accountable for quality patient outcomes… Without (Pings), the trajectory of patients and cross-functional communication between acute and post-acute would be almost impossible.