Reliq Health Technologies is pleased to move into a new contract with a physician practice in Florida. It continues focusing on the development of top-notch Virtual Care solutions for the diverse healthcare market. The new partner has successfully provided high-quality clinical services to about 25 Skilled Nursing Facilities spread out across Florida.
Crossley speaks out
The CEO of Reliq Health Technologies, Dr. Lisa Crossley, says that the state is gradually recovering from the global pandemic and its effects. The official recognizes how the Covid-19 outbreak disrupted lives and businesses, but promises to propel the company towards embracing a solution-based approach in most of its undertakings. Crossley discloses details about the onboarding of new patients within the state, and project set to hit ground over the coming month.
The official applauds the state for the great job it has done so far in the coronavirus vaccine’s unveiling. The state prioritized patients over the age of 70 and the frontline health care workers in the vaccinations, and something experts attribute to the vulnerability of the two groups.
Sources indicate that healthcare organizations within the state will soon shift focus. Instead of focusing on the critically ill COVID-19 patients, it will dwell in the delivery of proactive care services to the healthcare system’s super users. In other words, the focus will shift to handling patients struggling with complex chronic conditions such as congestive heart failure, diabetes, hypertension, kidney disease, and COPD.
Focusing on improved service delivery
The iUGO Care platform will significantly boost all the physicians working with the various Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs). These experts will be well-positioned to provide post-discharge care to the different struggling patients. The new shift will cut down on the readmissions that have subjected SNFs to peak financial penalties over the years.
Reliq Health Technologies looks into a future where they will succeed significantly in the improvement of the quality of life, and also in the enhancement of the health outcomes. According to reports, the 25 Skilled Nursing Facilities discharge about 5,000 eligible patients every year, with the hope of generating high business revenues.