Innovations for improving lives

Our Services

Our services are focused on improving patient's outcomes and reducing cost

Annual Wellness visit

Pursuant to section 4103 of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA), the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) expanded (Read more)

Diabetes Education

Diabetes education is designed to help individuals with diabetes learn how to manage their disease and be as healthy as possible. It focuses on seven self-care behaviors (Read more)

Chronic Care Management

Effective january 1, 2015, Medicare pays for chronic care management, or “CCM”. As detailed below, CCM payments will reimburse practitioners for furnishing specified (Read more)

Coumadin Dosage Management

For patients who take Coumadin® (the generic name is warfarin), it’s very important to measure the blood’s anti-coagulation level (Read more)

Transition of care

A transition of care summary, also known as a discharge summary, provides essential clinical information (Read more)

Our Clinical model

Our health care model is designed to bridge the health care gaps by offering the following services
Our model is Predictive and Proactive and eliminates the potential for any progression of the disease state

Clinical Population Management model
Interview patient
Identify medication discrepancies
Contact last health care setting to clarify medication history
Solve drug-related problems
Obtain medication allergy information
Document revised medication list on electronic medical record (EMR) system
Post-Discharge MTM (medication therapy management)
Clarify medications during transition
Ensure appropriate use
Identify drug related problems
Provide complete medication record
Create medication action plan
List intervention to communicate with patient and provider
Remind patients of other pertinent information
Focused Interventions
Ensure patient Adherence
Medication Education
Provide further recommendations
Reduce 30-day readmission rates
Reduce adverse drug events within 30 days of discharge
Eliminate medication discrepancies
Improve patient adherence
Improve understanding of medication therapy
Create care plan based on physician notes
Plan readily available on portal for patient and physician review.
Engage in twenty (20) minutes or more of non face to face interaction per patient every 30 days
Provide patients access to CCM services 24/7
Timely response to patient’s chronic care needs
Provide Care Management for Chronic Conditions
Ensure continuity of care with a designated provider or health care team and scheduling successive appointments with them

  • Under the current reactive model Hospital Readmission within 30 days

    Percentage of total admits

  • Hospital readmission with 90 days

    Percentage of total admits

  • Percentage of hospital readmission due to transition errors

    As a percentage of total medicare hospitalization cost

  • Medication adherence

    50 % of all patients with chronic diseases do not take their medications regularly


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Tarek Mazloum

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Chadi Azzi

Chief Operation Officer


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