Staying abreast of the most recent evidence based clinical is an ongoing challenge for most managed care organizations. But, with TruCare GuidedCare™, informed by MCG Disease Management, doing so is made easy. Through TruCare GuidedCare, care managers can be rest assured that their members/patients are being managed by the most up to date clinical content. Annually, MCG’s clinical editors analyze and classify peer-reviewed papers and research, and then review and rank references with unique citations to develop the care guidelines. TruCare GuidedCare’s assessments and care plans are automated and monitor for socio-economic, physical, behavioral and environmental risk factors. TruCare GuidedCare’s clinical content, including assessments and care plan elements can be used directly out-of-the-box, or clinical content items can be copied and tailored to meet specific requirements using MCG’s configuration tool.
TruCare GuidedCare provides an evidence-based framework for care managers to develop a personalized plan for each member. Care managers can select from more than 300 unique assessments and provide the assessment to members for completion. Member responses are then used to automatically generate care plans. There are over 45 unique diagnosis-specific and condition-oriented care plans (e.g., end-of-life,high-risk pregnancy, complex case management), and because the assessments use branching logic and trigger educational handouts, relevant care plan elements such as problems, goals, interventions, and barriers are available for each member.
Care managers use integrated tools to build evidence-based assessments and care plans quickly and easily. Each diagnosis or condition-specific assessment and care plan covers the key components of how to manage the condition and specific education for that diagnosis, including detailed information on the diagnosis (e.g., definition, common treatment), self-care elements (e.g., daily monitoring, diet, medications), and signs of complications along with when and where to get help if needed. There are also many clinically-relevant screening tools and follow-up assessments that care managers can employ once a member is engaged in care management.
To ensure the most accurate care plans are developed, care managers are guided through a series of considerations when assessing a member including socio-economic, physical, behavioral and environmental risk factors. This enables care managers to provide members with education and self-care advice based on their particular health status. Educational handouts developed for members are written at a fourth to sixth grade reading level ensuring the content is accessible for a wide audience.Request A Demo