Comprehensive Care Coordination

Holistic care plans for value-based success

A care planning solution for improved workflow to foster patient engagement, enhance revenue streams, and support care teams.

DocIndy equips payors and providers with digital tools to seamlessly coordinate care.

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Empower patients across the care continuum

Proactive care plans consist of evidence-based actions that rely on a basis of preventive steps.

  • Build meaningful connections with patients through interactive assessments

  • Create personalized, measurable goals to monitor progress and track patient success

  • Promote clinicians’ abilities to engage and educate patients simultaneously

Coordinate care for chronic illness and behavioral health

Patients can access comprehensive care through preventive health programs, such as Chronic Care Management and Behavioral Health Integration.

Clinicians and physicians can employ user-friendly software to manage these services and apply patient data to guide decisions.

Providers can monitor program enrollment, billable time, and care activities to obtain Medicare compensation.


Address social determinants of health at the patient level

Clinicians can employ user-friendly care planning software to assist personalized patient care. Care plans can record detail on conditions and their associated obstacles,

Guided assessments gather patients’ SDOH to guarantee that care is mindful of all factors related to their health and achievement in controlling it.

Inform care decisions with patient and provider data


Data interoperability for an inclusive patient picture

Bi-directional interoperability captures data from EHRs, HIEs, remote monitoring devices, advance care directives, and a mobile app to inform personalized care decisions.


Visualize and interpret data with DocIndy Analytics

Track and report performance with data aggregated from across clinical sites. Analytics can help inform decision makers with operational metrics. 

Four elements determine effective care coordination