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Cardiometabolic Care enables superior cardiometabolic care to be delivered by primary care practitioners (PCPs), not just specialty physicians.

We offer groundbreaking clinical protocols and practice-transformation toolkits for cardiometabolic diseases (CMDs) and other chronic conditions. In an era of value-based contracting (VBC) and outcomes-based contracting (OBC), these protocols and toolkits empower primary care practices to quickly and profitably manage clinical cases that used to be referred out to medical specialists.

Real-world evidence (RWE) supports that Cardiometabolic Care clinic protocols and practice-transformation toolkits can be used upstream to prevent cardiometabolic disease (CMD) and downstream to mitigate the risks of life-threatening clinical episodes like heart attacks, strokes, and kidney failure.

Our pioneering, translational CMD protocols and toolkits reflect new science, new systems, and new outcomes that are easily understood by primary care and specialty physicians, physician assistants, advanced practice nurses, pharmacist-educators, case managers, nurse navigators, care coordinators, health coaches, and other health advocates. 

The protocols and toolkits are especially useful in empowering physician extenders—allied health professionals with broad scopes of practice—to operate at the top of their SOPs. 

This tends to 

  1. reduce the case management and care management burden on primary care physicians (PCPs); 
  2. improve clinical, administrative, and financial outcomes; and
  3. increase job satisfaction among physician extenders and care teams.

Cardiometabolic Care‘s unique approach to the prevention, mitigation, and reversal of cardiometabolic disease (CMD) draws from the latest science on health literacy, social determinants of health (SDoHs); adverse childhood experiences (ACEs); stressors and coping, compulsive, and addictive behaviors; epigenetics; molecular signaling; and biopsychosocial influences on disease.

As a result, Cardiometabolic Care’s user-friendly, clinical protocols and practice transformation toolkits…

  • embody evidentiary, health literacy, and cultural competency imperatives that support long-term patient activation, engagement, and adherence; and
  • make current practices more reliable, efficient, and effective.

Cardiometabolic Care protocols and toolkits are based on a critical (yet largely overlooked) molecular signaling pathway that is remarkably shared by more than two dozen debilitating, extremely costly, and even deadly chronic conditions. Leveraging this largely overlooked metabolic common denominatorCardiometabolic Care’s easy-to-adopt approach rapidly reverses critical cardiometabolic risk factors and generates highly favorable economic, clinical, and humanistic outcomes (ECHOs).

For primary care physicians (PCPs) challenged to demonstrate quality under the volume-to-value (V2V) transition andMACRA, MIPS, and APMs, Cardiometabolic Care offers dramatic and predictable reductions in the incidence, prevalence, and cost of dozens of CMD-related health concerns. 

Cardiometabolic Care’s unified CMD protocols and toolkits offer both near-term and long-term benefits, and they take into account such disease-related factors as:

  • Genetics
  • Environmental Influences
  • Individual Belief Systems
  • Epigenetics
  • Molecular Biology
  • Signaling Pathways

Building on systematic reviews, translational research, and a unifying hypothesis for cardiometabolic diseases (CMDs) and other chronic conditions, Cardiometabolic Care’s groundbreaking approach embodies the best of new science, new systems, and new outcomes and includes:

  • Training Services for Primary Care Physicians, PCP-Extenders, and Care Teams
  • Population Health Management Programs for Covered Lives
  • Business Intelligence (BI) Analytics Solutions for Clinical, Financial, and Administrative Risk Reduction

Cardiometabolic Care’s unified protocols and toolkits (1) reflect an understanding of optimal medical therapy (OMT) guidelines for chronic cardiometabolic conditions, and (2) can jumpstart CMD prevention, treatment, and mitigation programs in primary care practices.

Kindly let us know if you would like to learn more about what our groundbreaking unified protocols and practice transformation toolkits could mean for your clinical practice.

For more information, please contact us

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