A specialized telehealth solution geared towards people with I/DD can serve as a backbone of care for this population. The individual has access to specially trained clinicians that understand their needs and provide care in their home setting. This solution avoids the need for ER or urgent care use over 90% of the time, improves care coordination, supports both formal and informal caregivers, and elevates the quality of care for this vulnerable population.
People with I/DD face many hurdles when attempting to obtain quality medical care. There is a lack of skilled, and immediately available clinicians to support this population. Many times, agencies and their staff (including nurses and DSPs) need the consultation of a physician to discuss cases, validate their concerns, fill medications, or fulfill regulatory requirements.
Join this presentation to learn why providers need a specialized telemedicine solution to provide clinical support, improve access to superior and specialized care, improve care integration and bring quality care to people with I/DD, foster independence and community living, and improve the operations, satisfaction, and ROI of provider agencies.
Ryan Knodel, State Director-Ohio, Benchmark Human Services
Dr. Maulik M. Trivedi, Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, StationMD
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