@Home Models of Care
Corstrata offers solutions for new @Home care delivery models with services for hospital at home, from hospital discharge through the transition of care to the patient’s primary physician and self-care management. Corstrata provides virtual access to a certified Wound and Ostomy (WOCN) nurse maintaining the continuity of care along the patient's healing journey. Corstrata provides timely wound and ostomy recommendations and guidance to the bedside clinician, the @Home patient, and caregivers. Partnering with Corstrata improves clinical and financial outcomes, including lowering the risk of complications and re-hospitalization, improving clinician satisfaction, and supporting the prevention of acquired Pressure Injuries, leading to improved patient satisfaction.
Home Health and Hospice
Corstrata provides virtual access to certified Wound and Ostomy (WOCN) specialists for Home Health and Hospice providers via store and forward wound images or video consultations. We provide evidenced-based protocols customized to individual patient needs that support improved financial and patient outcomes as well as improved staff and patient satisfaction. Documentation of the patient’s wound at Start of Care, including etiology identification and severity and staging of Pressure Injuries, supports the accuracy of coding for optimized HHRG as well as accurate outcomes reporting. For hospice patients, Corstrata supports agencies with patient-centered care goals, including palliative wound care at end of life. Additional cost savings result from detailed formulary redesign, reviews, evaluation, and updates to maximize supply cost containment.
Rural & Critical Access Hospitals
As Rural and Critical Access Hospitals explore strategies to offer more specialized services to the residents of their communities, Corstrata offers virtual access to certified wound and ostomy nurse expertise, along with advanced wound care solutions, to improve clinical and financial outcomes for providers and their patients.
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Corstrata provides access to certified Wound and Ostomy (WOCN) specialists for evidence-based best practices and education to support Skilled Nursing Facilities and Rehab Hospitals in building better wound programs to improve Star Ratings while decreasing the number of facility acquired wounds. Corstrata’s expert wound and ostomy consultations via store and forward wound images and/or video support decrease wound healing times, decrease bedside nursing time, increase staff satisfaction, and improve documentation for survey readiness and legal defensibility. Additional cost savings are realized through detailed formulary design, reviews, evaluation, and updates to maximize supply cost containment.
Corstrata provides companies that manage post-acute provider utilization (UM/UR) access to certified Wound and Ostomy (WOCN) specialists to improve clinical and financial outcomes. Corstrata’s virtual expert consultations via store and forward wound images or video consultations improve patient outcomes, improve wound healing times, decrease the number of wound-related skilled nursing visits, decrease total length of service and reduce risk of complications and rehospitalization. Documentation of the patient’s wound, including etiology identification and severity and staging of Pressure Injuries, supports coding accuracy for optimized reimbursement and accurate outcomes reporting
IDDS- Intellectual Disability and Other Disabilities
We provide virtual access to board-certified Wound, Ostomy, Continence (WOC) nurses for Medicaid Home & Community Based Services, patients and providers. Our goal is to offer specialty consultative services to the developmentally disabled, enhancing the education, implementing best practice care protocols for prevention and management of early stage, chronic or complex conditions. We provide virtual visits, educational collaterals, and other services to adults and pediatrics covering common skin health challenges including skin care, wound care, ostomy care, G-tube or PEG tube site care, Indwelling foley catheter care, tracheostomy site skin care, Pressure Injury Prevention and management, Incontinence management, transfer techniques, education and training, all designed to improve clinical and financial outcomes and increase patient/caregiver satisfaction