The pandemic has highlighted the importance of access to healthcare services like no other. Recently, HCA Regional Medical Center joined hands with Octiva Healthcare, San Jose, CA, to launch a virtual post-acute program. This program will support transitioning patients from the Medical Center back to the community. The program supports recently discharged patients and guides them through the process of healing and successful recovery.
“Octiva’s partnership with HCA aims to address the known complexities of transitioning from an acute setting. Together we will provide the patients with the care they need, anytime, anywhere; improving the patients experience and reducing unnecessary spending that burdens the healthcare industry.” said Cody Hall, Octiva Healthcare CEO
The virtual post-acute care program is specially designed for newly discharged patients who desire additional assistance or who are at moderate to high risk of readmission. A team of nurses, providers, Emergency physicians, and coordinators stays in constant touch with the patients, supporting their biopsychosocial needs, 24/7. The journey to recovery can be treacherous, especially for patients facing social barriers, which is why HCA Regional Medical Center partnered with Octiva to apply their innovative approach to this healthcare wide challenge.
Actively supporting facilities throughout the American West Coast and expanding across the Nation, Octiva Healthcare is making its place as one of the leading virtual transitional care organization in the US. Not only does Octiva assist with more minor things like appointment scheduling but they also connect patients with healthcare providers at any given hour of the day. With a team of board-certified emergency doctors and nurses, the company aims to deliver virtual urgent medical care round the clock.
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For more information, please visit: www.Octivahealthcare.com