Health Tradition’s Care Management

Remote Health Monitoring

The Care Management Team at Health Tradition is available throughout your healthcare journey for support and to answer any questions you might have. They can help you manage your condition, find a provider, prepare for medical visits and more.

Health Tradition’s Care Management Team of clinicians and Care Managers are there to get to you know you and your health needs. Your care manager will monitor your health remotely, and if you show worsening or emergency conditions, they will proactively reach out to you to with treatment options to help prevent escalations to hospital or urgent care.

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Health Tradition offers 4 different mobile outreach programs

 

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Hypertension/
High Blood Pressure
  Depression/Depressive
Mood Disorder
 Chronic Obstructive
Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Asthma Post-Discharge Hospitalization

 


Remote Health Monitoring for 
Hypertension/High Blood Pressure

Relax Knowing You’re in Good Hands

Are you one of the 103 million U.S. adults currently at risk for heart attacks or strokes? Identifying your risks and learning ways to lower your blood pressure are important to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

The High Blood Pressure Care Management program provides you a simple way of tracking your blood pressure. The program combines the ease of automated mobile messages with a team of supportive staff to track your journey to improved blood pressure.

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Remote Health Monitoring for
Depression/Depressive Mood Disorder

We Are Here to Help

Depression is a common occurrence in daily life, with over 17 million adults in the US experiencing a depressive episode—and 1/3 of those individuals will not seek treatment2. Depression Care Management was created to help remove any barriers or stigma from accessing treatment options.

Depression Care Management provides a judgement-free, confidential way to track your mood. The program combines automated mobile messages with a team of accessible and supportive Care Management staff to monitor and support your journey to improved mental health.

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Remote Health Monitoring for
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Take a Deep Breath

Since COPD affects breathing, people diagnosed with COPD find it difficult to enjoy even the simplest day-to-day activities. Identifying ways to battle COPD can be difficult and exhausting. COPD Care Management can provide a breath of relief.

COPD Care Management provides an easy way to track your breathing. Your care manager will proactively monitor your breathing, and if they observe any worsening patterns, they will reach out to help provide treatment options before your breathing becomes severe enough for you to be hospitalized.

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Remote Health Monitoring for
Asthma

Breathe Easier

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 13 Americans have asthma, with asthma accounting for 9.8 million doctor’s office visits, 188,968 discharges from hospital inpatient care and 1.8 million emergency department visits each year. 4

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with asthma by a healthcare provider, these numbers can be quite overwhelming and stressful. That is why Health Tradition has a care management program to help members monitor their asthma.

Our clinically proven program combines the ease of automated mobile messages with a team of accessible and supportive Health Tradition Care Management staff to track and support your lung health.

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Remote Health Monitoring for
Post-Hospitalization Discharge

Path to Healing

After you are discharged from the hospital, it can be stressful and difficult to return to your daily life and activities. In order to remain healthy, its important to fully understand your discharge care, including medication instructions and knowing who or when to reach out if you need help. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 20% of patients experience adverse event or side effect within three weeks of being discharged – and over 75% of those events could have been prevented.

Our post-discharge care management program helps you get better faster by monitoring your progress and providing you the support and resources when you need it most. Our clinically-proven program combines the ease of automated mobile messages with a team of accessible and supportive WEA Trust Care Management staff to track and support your journey to improved health.

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Contact Us

After successfully enrolling in our care management program, your Care Manager is your dedicated contact; however, the Care Management Team is also ready to support you. If you need help or one-on-one assistance, you can reach out to the Care Management Team by calling 877.832.1823 or by sending a secure message through our member portal, Maddy (MaddyPortal.com).

 

Remote Care Monitoring FAQs and Program Details

After you have created a care plan with our Care Management team, you will be able to set up your preferred communication method and the number of times you will be contacted. Members can receive messages weekly or twice a week.
You can change your communication plan (frequency, timing, calls versus text) by contact your Health Tradition care manager. You can also stop all communication at anytime by texting “STOP” on your mobile phone or calling “*” (star) on your mobile phone or landline.
After you are enrolled into our care management program, you can work with your care manager on setting up a schedule to receive your communication, and you can set up your communication preference. Your level of engagement can be discussed with your care manager after your care plan has been established.

 

References:
1 Hypertension/High Blood Pressure. More than 100 million Americans have high blood pressure. American Heart Association News. 2018. https://www.heart.org/en/news/2018/05/01/more-than-100-million-americans-have-high-blood-pressure-aha-says
2 Major Depression. National Institute of Mental Health. 2018. https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/statistics/major-depression.shtml
3 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. World Health Organization. 2017. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/chronic-obstructive-pulmonary-disease-(copd)
4 Asthma. CDC.gov. (2019). CDC – Asthma. [online] Available at: https://www.cdc.gov/asthma/default.htm [Accessed 13 June 2019].