Health Equity Advancement Resource and Transformation
Prime CTO's HEART Payment Utilization Services
Advancing Equity in Healthcare
Together with CMS and the State of Maryland, we share a common goal — to empower HEART beneficiaries with the support and services they need to thrive in their healthcare journeys.
Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Driven Care Management
At Prime CTO, we are committed to advancing healthcare equity and improving outcomes for high-risk, high-need beneficiaries. We recognize the importance of the Health Equity Advancement Resource and Transformation (HEART) Payment, a collaborative initiative by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Maryland Primary Care Program Management Office.
Our SDOH Driven Care Management service is tailored to HEART beneficiaries, focusing on addressing the rate-limiting factors that impact their optimal health. We understand that healthcare is interconnected with living conditions and life essentials. Patients facing challenges in these areas may struggle to prioritize their healthcare needs. To bridge this gap, we offer assistance through our proprietary social needs platform. By leveraging claims data and consumer reporting, we identify specific social needs and voids in patients' lives that can directly affect their healthcare outcomes. This approach enables us to provide targeted support, even to those patients who may be hesitant to ask for assistance.
Educational Services for Practice-Wide Disease States
Knowledge is a powerful tool in managing and preventing chronic diseases. Our Educational Services for Practice-Wide Disease States extend to all patients within your practice. We have developed educational sessions that focus on various disease states commonly encountered in healthcare, including diabetes, hypertension, heart failure, and chronic obstructive lung disease. These sessions are designed to empower patients with the information they need to better understand their conditions and take an active role in their healthcare. Patients can access these sessions in person, through telehealth, or via mail, ensuring accessibility and convenience for all.