Providers need efficient, interactive tools that integrate into their existing workflow. They need ways to make smart clinical decisions quickly and accurately. With our platform, they get it. They also get a partner who can connect their patients to additional treatment and support when needed.
This is integrated intelligence.
The risk-to-recovery platform ensures providers receive timely patient intelligence and relevant decision support resources to make the best possible care decisions for their patients. This opens the door for providers to do what they do best: help patients get better outcomes. Here’s how we do it.
Long-term Support for Sustained Recovery
From Risk to Recovery
Substance use disorder is a medical condition with chemical, behavioral, and social contributors. Providers know that for patients to achieve and sustain recovery, their medical, social, and behavioral needs must be addressed.
To that end, the risk-to-recovery platform works with providers to ensure each patient gets personalized treatment they deserve. This includes medication-assisted treatment (MAT) where applicable and active community support always.
Timely Notification and Intervention Tools
Early detection and intervention are critical to curbing the potentially negative effects of substance use—from the outset. The risk-to-recovery platform not only identifies risks to patient safety through prescription monitoring and analytics surveillance, it also ensures that timely patient information is shared with providers.
Our clinical support team alerts providers of the risks identified, painting a more complete picture of patient needs and offering relevant clinical considerations. Providers can leverage interactive decision support tools that enable safer, patient-centric care decisions. With the risk-to-recovery platform, providers have the right resources to take action. They also have access to a clinical support team.
All of this gives providers a better opportunity for early intervention.
We were not aware that the patient went to ED for overdose.
– Nurse, Otolaryngology
Wasn’t aware of another provider prescribing benzodiazepines ...
– Office Manager, Family Medicine
This wasn't in their chart ... completely changes patient's care.
– Anesthesiologist, Pain Medicine
Superior Clinical Outcomes Through Recovery Support
Similar to other chronic illnesses, successful treatment for substance use disorder requires ongoing management. This starts with ensuring patients in need are able to access care. For patients being discharged from residential and inpatient facilities, this often includes hands-on support transitioning to an outpatient setting. Regardless of care setting, overburdened providers can look to our care team to offer mentorship to patients throughout their journey to long-term recovery.
By actively engaging patients, our care team works with patients to activate their post-discharge care plan, create a contingency plan, and connect them to community resources—all in support of sustained recovery. With a stigma-free, compassionate approach, our care teams provide patients with the high-touch component of care, connecting patients with resources throughout their care journey, along with community resources that often make tremendous contributions getting patients from risk to recovery.
For many patients, effective treatment includes MAT. The evidence doesn’t lie: this treatment component reduces major patient events like overdoses and emergency room visits. It’s proven to be more effective than residential treatment, delivering what providers want most: better patient outcomes. Our teams help providers determine patient appropriateness for MAT and refer to care.
Beating substance use isn’t something most patients do alone. Social and economic factors play a major role in a patient’s recovery journey. Our approach includes understanding the social determinants of health (SDoH) interfering with a patient’s likelihood of sustaining recovery. Then we tap our connected recovery community to link patients to critical community resources addressing known barriers to care.