Opioid Care Community, from eTransX, enables care team collaboration and increased patient adherence that drive improved outcomes for those battling opioid or heroin use disorders.
Address the Opioid Epidemic Head-on with Advanced Care Coordination Capabilities
The Opioid epidemic can be summed up with one shocking number: 33,000. This number represents the opioid related death toll in 2015 alone. As communities scramble to respond to this crisis, the need for a more action-oriented approach is becoming clear. Grassroots education and passive addiction hotlines alone are not enough. Event-driven interventions, coupled with ongoing care coordination, are required to support our most at-risk populations at their time of greatest need.
Care Coordination Challenge
The challenge of care management is that it requires the coordination of a diverse group of community stakeholders, including health departments, hospitals, schools, law enforcement, social service organizations, and recovery resources just to name a few. Even worse, these organizations often rely on incomplete or dated information and disconnected workflows.
The Opioid Care Community (OCC) was designed to help communities optimize care management for a region, across all stakeholders, enabling a collaborative, consistent outreach and treatment for those with substance abuse disorder.
Regional Command Center
The Opioid Care Community platform has been designed to serve as a regional command center to manage programs and initiatives across all four major dimensions of the Opioid/Heroin Crisis: Prevention, Early Intervention, Treatment, and Recovery.
Community (Macro) Level
The Opioid Care Community provides an innovative set of functionality designed to overcome many of the challenges impeding a community-based approach. Key community level features include:
Personal (Micro) Level
Enabling a person-centric approach to engage right person at the right time, helping to promote the desired outcomes. OCC comes complete with a robust set of Personal Level features, including:
Personal engagement is a key component in managing the health and wellness of populations, especially those with substance abuse disorders. The OCC system was designed to leverage catalyzing events to trigger prescribed care pathways.
Catalyzing events can be broken down into three core categories: