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PAC Network Management

Improve care transitions, post-acute outcomes, and network performance with real-time patient data exchange

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PAC Network Management is a powerful platform that connects hospitals and health systems, with post-acute care partners to facilitate seamless transitions with better post-discharge outcomes.

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Improve Post-Acute Care Transitions


  • Efficiently share data across and within care settings.
  • Know where and how your patients are at any time.
  • Enhance the post-discharge experience, reducing readmissions and length of stay.
  • Immediately identify high-risk patients that require attention.
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Promote Better Patient Outcomes


  • Collaborate real-time with partners, keeping patient and clinical data up to date.
  • Keep patients safe by ensuring the right clinical information transitions with them.
  • Easily track care plans and care pathways with alerts and notifications
  • Better understand readmission drivers to help reduce them.
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Develop and Maintain a High-Performing Network


  • Gain visibility into LTPAC facility and partner network performance.
  • Easily monitor and measure network performance in real-time.
  • Benchmark performance to affect and drive improvements across the partner network
  • Quickly respond to high priority needs with data-driven insights.

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