Your doctor’s partner in care
We empower your doctor to provide you with a better overall experience as a patient.Get in Touch
With Vytalize, your doctor has more treatment options to choose from, and is able to dedicate more resources to meet your healthcare goals and needs.
Why your doctor partners with us
Vytalize is committed to the idea that doctors can better care for their patients should they be taken care of themselves.
We bring this beautiful notion to life by providing your doctor with clinical as well as non-clinical support, and by giving them the opportunity to practice their best medicine while remaining independent.
It's a team effort.
Vytalize’s team of care guides work closely with your physician to support you with personalized guidance, resources and assistance to ensure you get the right care, in the right place, at the right time.Get in Touch
A few of the optional services you'll have access to:
24/7 Dedicated Care Team
Concierge-like health service offering patients support & coordinated care. 24/7.
Easy-To-Use Tools to Track Your Health
Devices to monitor patients’ blood pressure, glucose and body weight in real time. Physicians will review their patients’ vitals to make sure they are on track!
Behavioral Health Support for Mind and Body
Regular support for patients’ emotional and mental health with licensed experts in the field.
Vytalize improves coordination between patients’ primary care physicians and their specialty care providers.
What is an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) and how does that benefit patients?
A healthcare Accountable Care Organization (ACO) is a group of doctors, hospitals and other providers who work together to coordinate care for patients. For example, Medicare rewards physicians for taking a more proactive role in keeping Medicare patients healthy and out of the hospital.
Communication improves between your physician and your specialists
• Doctors can share information more easily to provide the best treatment
You get better care through closer collaboration between all your providers
• You're less likely, for example, to get duplicate tests which can lower out-of-pocket costs
"It’s nice to have someone you can pick up the phone and call to say 'something's wrong’. I was very impressed because my Vytalize care guide made us feel like she really cared. Their help really made a difference when she called me after I got out of the hospital to make sure I had my test results, which was nice because it was a lot to manage on my own.”
— Terry, Age 72
“To have someone else there who can help gives me comfort. My Vytalize Care Team talked to me and my husband about our health challenges and...acted as a friend. It’s nice that my care team can follow up because I feel overwhelmed.”
— Teresa & Arthur
"My Vytalize care guide was a little angel. I needed a new walker and she got me a brand new one. I was paying $100 / month for insulin and she found it for me for $15 through another source. She got me set up on meals delivery service. My sugar is the lowest it has been in years."
— Joseph, Age 70
What do you do for my doctors?
Many health systems today are consolidating, and remaining independent is becoming harder. Physicians are being forced to join their local hospitals, which often leads to less personal time with patients. A health care Accountable Care Organization (ACO) supports independent physicians, through a new model of health care that enables doctors to spend more time with patients and provide personalized care.
Vytalize is an ACO and technology that helps doctors stay independent and takes care of the business side of running a practice, like billing and administrative tasks.
How much do Vytalize's services cost?
These services are designed by Medicare and covered by Medicare. Medicare reimburses your physician so that they can provide these services to improve the quality of your life.
If you have a secondary/supplemental insurance plan, you typically would have no out-of-pocket cost. If you don't have a secondary insurance policy, there will be a traditional co-insurance. Our patient support team can walk you through how this works in more detail. You can cancel at any time.
How does Behavioral Health Integration work?
• Your Primary Care Physician remains in charge of your medical care. The psychiatric consultant is an expert consultant to the PCP and your social worker.
• This consulting psychiatrist is available to advise your care team about diagnostic questions or treatment options, especially if you don’t improve with your initial treatment.
• Your social worker meets and consults regularly with the psychiatric consultant to talk about your progress in the program and to think about treatment options.
• Your social worker will provide you with supportive counseling to help you meet your goals to obtain better care of your mental and physical health- “whole-person care”
What is Behavioral Health?
Behavioral health is about taking care of your “emotional health”, which is just as important as taking care of your “physical health”. Behavioral health care helps patients who may be experiencing life stressors, crises and stress-related physical symptoms, which often affect medical illnesses.
Many patients often find that getting help with their “emotional health” helps them with things like improving their diet, sticking to a weight loss plan, managing anxiety and stress, or even quitting smoking. It is about taking care of your mind and your body, together.
Health care has historically treated the mind and body independently of one another. Today, providers recognize they are connected. Stress, anxiety, depression, and loneliness can often impact physical health in a big way. That's why getting help with your "emotional health" through your Primary Care Physician can be beneficial to patients. It is provided by a licensed social worker and “consulting psychiatrist” who are experts in managing these conditions alongside your “physical health care”.
Your Primary Care Physician remains your main health care provider and is fully in charge of all medical decisions. Nothing changes about that. Together your social worker and consulting psychiatrist work closely with your PCP to support your emotional well-being, which helps to improve your physical health. It gives you somebody to talk to when you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed.
What is RPM (Remote Patient Monitoring)?
We would provide you with easy-to-use health monitoring devices such as blood pressure monitors, body-weight scales and/or glucose monitors to help keep you healthy in-between visits.
• Your physician will be able to check in on your health by monitoring your vitals regularly.
• Any abnormal readings will be reported to your doctor.
• A care plan summary will be created to give you and your assigned care manager a brief overview of the goals in keeping you healthy and the vital parameters set by your provider.
• A daily review of your vitals will be performed to check for any abnormalities.
• Reminders will be provided for you to regularly check your vitals.
Medicare reimburses for Remote Patient Monitoring services and requires that you use your device(s) 16 times per month. In addition, if you have secondary insurance, there is no out-of-pocket cost to you.