Surgeons are interested in focusing on surgical candidates. Primary care physicians want to make sure their patients get the care they need. Patients need to know they are getting the best care possible. And, the hospital needs to take all of these concerns into consideration while ensuring the appropriate care is delivered in an efficient manner for both surgical and non-surgical patients.
Coordination of Services
Back pain and spine ailments can be complicated and worsen with the wrong treatment. Complex treatment protocols must be established and coordinated between surgeons, PCPs and subspecialists to ensure timely care. Leading spine care programs are able to quickly distinguish between surgical and non-surgical candidates.
Surgical Spine Care
Surgical spine cases vary greatly from one case to the next. Surgical candidates must be treated in a timely manner to ensure a successful outcome. Having processes and protocols in place help to alleviate much of the variability between procedures and provide effective postoperative care–leading to an excellent patient experience.
Payer and Referral Source Relations
A multifaceted plan is necessary to grow a spine care programs. Marketing outcomes and patient satisfaction scores along with total cost of care is necessary to build relations with payers. Educating and communicating the PCP community will improve the volume and accuracy of referrals for both surgical and non-surgical spine care.
Accelero works with hospitals to create efficient and effective spine care programs that benefit the hospital, surgeons, primary care physicians, and most importantly, the patients. Click on the case studies below to see how we have helped our customers to:
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