Introducing the Community Care Record

Written by Activate Care Staff

As a leader in integrated health and social care solutions, the team here at Activate Care constantly works to advance care coordination standards, and we're excited to announce America's first Community Care Record. The CCR is a first-of-its-kind workspace for communities to integrate healthcare and social service delivery.

 

Where Care for the Whole Person Happens—Community Care Record, from Activate Care®

Social interventions are reshaping the community health landscape. Health and human services systems are looking to transform how they screen for social risk and intervene with local partners to address complex health and social needs. Activate Care is the solution to connect interactions across hospitals, managed care organizations, public agencies, and social services. We see the rising social needs across the country and recognized the need for sustainable community health interventions.

 

“We designed and built America’s first Community Care Record based on the collective feedback of hundreds of our customers, and our experience supporting the completion of nearly  10,000,000 care activities in our CareHub platform,"

Ted Quinn, Founder & CEO, Activate Care

 

About the Community Care Record

A key part of the CareHub Platform, the Community Care Record is comprised of three pillars that enable care teams across the community to work faster, smarter and intervene beyond the referral to coach and guide clients through their journey.

  • Integrated Client Journey (new!): The Community Care Record brings every care team stakeholder together in one shared space that is modern, efficient and intelligent to every Activate Care user in every sector—healthcare, social services, education, justice, and more. Relevant information from multiple care delivery systems is surfaced for each user, enabling privacy compliance while streamlining processes and making workflows more intuitive.

  • Implementation Blueprints: Based on Activate Care’s near-decade experience implementing social interventions, Blueprints translate this experience into configurable process flows for any social intervention program model. The Blueprints offer a how-to manual for program managers, enabling any community to implement effective interventions that work for every population and every health and social need.

  • Standard Reports Library: Available since 2020, with new reporting modules added every month, the Standard Reports Library helps client organizations meet reporting needs using pre-configured elements—choose from more than 130 standard reports designed by Activate Care’s team of data analysts.


Health and human services leaders interested in scaling social interventions in their communities can join the inaugural live episode of Activate Care’s new podcast series, Community with Activate Care, hosted by Activate Care’s CEO, Ted Quinn, and Chief Health Equity Officer, Dr. John Loughnane.

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