RoundingWell now supports four of the 13 CMS ESCO participants
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — June 29,2016 — RoundingWell, an integrated care management platform, today announced its participation in The Rogosin Institute’s Rogosin Kidney Care Alliance ESCO (End-Stage Renal Disease Seamless Care Organization) within the new Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS’) innovative Comprehensive End-Stage Renal Disease Care (CEC) Model.
"The achievement of truly integrated care that improves health and quality-of-life outcomes for end-stage, dialysis-dependent kidney patients is the goal of the ESCO, and we are privileged to be participating in this effort,” said Barry Smith, MD, PhD, President & CEO of Rogosin. "RoundingWell is providing care management software that is essential to the facilitation of such patient-centered care, both in and out of the dialysis clinic. With its care model supported by this technology, the Rogosin Kidney Care Alliance is poised to improve both care management and patient outcomes."
With the addition of Rogosin, RoundingWell now supports four of the 13 ESCOs participating in CMS’s CEC Model.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Rogosin to help them operationalize the CEC Model,” said RoundingWell CEO John Smithwick. “Our platform enables the next generation of care delivery – one that is integrated, team-based, and patient-centered. RoundingWell is committed to seeing our customer partners be successful as we pursue our mission to transform the delivery of care.”
About The Rogosin Institute
The Rogosin Institute is a world-renowned not-for-profit medical treatment and research center for kidney disease and its complications. Rogosin also provides treatment programs for patients with high cholesterol and has innovative research programs in cancer and diabetes. The Rogosin Institute is affiliated with NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medicine and is a Sponsored Member of the NewYork-Presbyterian Regional Hospital Network.
RoundingWell is integrated care management software for provider organizations’ accountable care, value-based, and population health initiatives. Picking up where EMRs (electronic medical records) stop, care teams use RoundingWell to track their populations, coordinate care, and engage patients. RoundingWell is offered as a subscription service to a variety of health care entities, including hospitals, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), Medicare Advantage plans, and specialty care providers.