Now more than ever, healthcare is evolving fast.
Lynk Health closes the gap between you and the services and specialties your community needs. With Lynk, you’ll connect more patients in your community to better care while lowering the cost of providing the services they want.
Customized, scalable, and affordable solutions to help you retain more patients. Lynk keeps you connected to virtual specialty services customized to your policies and procedures.
With Lynk, your healthcare system immediately adds a web-based audio-visual HIPAA compliant solution, with proven providers to remotely visualize, assess, diagnose, and prescribe treatment for patients personally and immediately via an internet connection. That means:
Lynk Connect is more than technology, it’s accountability. Lynk Connect is the key to bridging virtual care with compassionate, credentialed providers you can trust. As a web-based audio-visual HIPAA compliant solution, it allows providers to remotely visualize, assess, diagnose, and prescribe treatment for patients immediately via an internet connection.
With Lynk Connect technology and seamless collaboration with Lynk-certified specialists, providers, and nursing staff providers, you’ll increase physician, nursing, and patient satisfaction.
One out of five American adults suffer a mental illness each year. Yet, the gap for quality psychiatric care is wide, with only nine psychiatrists per 100,000 people and no psychiatric physicians in 60% of U.S. counties. That gap widens in rural to mid-size communities where practicing psychiatrists are even rarer. Lynk Behavioral Services help you fill that gap. Through the use of our proprietary platform, Lynk Connect, our multidisciplinary care team utilizes virtual communication and other telehealth tools to streamline diagnosis and treatment for residents.
Medicare’s Behavior Health Integration (BHI) is a type of care management service aimed at improving outcomes for patients with mental or behavioral health conditions.
Chronic care management (CCM) services are generally non-face-to-face services provided to Medicare beneficiaries who have multiple (two or more) chronic conditions expected to last at least 12 months, or until the death of the patient.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recognizes that CCM services are critical components of primary care that promote better health and reduce overall health care costs.
Remote Patient Monitoring, also known as remote physiologic monitoring (RPM), is the use of technologies to gather biometrics like blood pressure, weight, oxygen saturation, pulse, and blood sugar levels. That information is electronically transferred to your care team.
As needed, you will be able to recommend early interventions instead of always reacting to crashes. RPM allows for objective data to supplement your understanding, and allow for the patient’s best care.
Transitional Care Management (TCM) is a medicare program designed to help patients successfully transition back to a community setting after a stay in certain facility types. The care provided is interactive and informative giving the patient the greatest chance at a successful transition home.
There is a 30 day window for this care that begins the day of discharge and continues for the 29 days following. The care team must reach out within two business days to begin the care.
Quality night coverage can be a nightmare for any hospital—especially for those in smaller communities where nurses can be in short supply. Lynk provides an efficient, quality alternative to nighttime care for the inpatient setting. Whether you’re a small rural facility or a larger health system, our expert telenocturnists handle everything from floor call to admissions, alowing hospitals to reduce physician burnout and attrition. Lynk’s tested telehospitalist solutions help you manage the cost of healthcare without loss in quality through every step:
Connecting your community to more care specialties begins the Needs Assessment conducted by the The Lynk Health Team. Then we’ll work with your team to develop a complete and customized plan to fit your processes and policies:
Assess Service Needs & Environment
Identify potential telemedicine opportunities
Assess organizational readiness
Define Program Model
Consider the type of program that will meet needs
Develop Business Case
Determine the impact of the proposed telemedicine program
Develop and Plan Program & Technology
Create a detailed project plan
Develop Performance Monitoring Plan
Define monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and program improvement process
Implement Telemedicine Program
Perform all the work required to get the wheels turning