Reigning in variation is key to improving clinical and operation outcomes. Curbside integrates clinical evidence and patient data to efficiently guide care with proven precision and effectiveness.
Extending the scope of clinical practice
Shift tasks to the most relevant clinician type
Curbside ensures that every clinician is practicing at the top of their license. This can have profound effects in health system capacity where APPs (NP/PAs), RNs and generalist physicians can safely perform duties otherwise outside their current requirements (with analytics, real-time oversight and governance included).
Capture more reimbursement
Stop leaving money you worked for on the table
Because Curbside understands the context of clinician's actions it can intelligently, and automatically suggest optimal and missed documentation directly within the workflow. Health care organizations are leaving millions on the table for work they already did. Curbside makes sure everything is fair, for the clinician, the provider and the payor.
Quality, safety and risk mitigation
Drive a culture of continuous improvement
Curbside improves MIPS, MACRA, PAMA and other CMS metric performance while ensuring better patient safety and decreased legal exposure. With patient specific EHR data informing real-time pathway logic, each patient is delivered a custom care plan within the standard framework.
80% of healthcare spending is directed through clinician orders
Over $600 billion is wasted each year in the US from unnecessary care
50% of clinical encounters have at least 1 error in decision making
Medicine is a personal and ever changing science where providers of medical care have a responsibility to use the most recent and reliable information to guide their patients. Curbside allows medical providers to create and distribute clinical pathways to improve the care provided at their institutions. However, there is the constant potential for human error, changes in medical sciences or patient specific variables that may not be taken into account in these pathways. Therefore, Curbside cannot warrant that the information contained in these resources is accurate or complete and are not responsible for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from the use of this information. All users of Curbside should confirm the information provided here with other trusted sources and consult with expert health providers before making any health care decision. Please see
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