Health Systems & Providers
TreVia is making a measurable impact on the way physicians, physician groups and healthcare organizations provide care for their patients.
Today, TreVia offers remote access solutions for diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, macular degeneration and cataract examinations for at-risk patients to help avoid blindness and unnecessary complications – all while reducing health care costs. Our services are reimbursable and positively impact HEDIS scores, quality scores and STAR ratings.
Treating diabetes is no longer business as usual
Health systems and providers are now accountable for improving outcomes despite expectations to reduce reimbursements and increase quality. Proactive care and engaging patients in this care has been a critical component – especially now that reimbursement is directly tied to the value of preventing complications for the diabetic patient and managing costs.
The new model of care
“Do more with less” – this is the mantra every health system and provider now has to live by. TreVia can help. We offer diabetic retinopathy technology that is easy to use, is reimbursed by payers and CMS, and takes approximately 8 minutes per patient with the results available within 8 hours. These results are accessible anytime, from anywhere via the internet.
We also include software that coordinates diabetes care across all participating providers including the primary care doctor, retina specialist, optometrist, ophthalmologist, endocrinologist, nurse, educator and patient. This ensures that care is coordinated, referrals and alerts are monitored and addressed, and all information is available across the continuum of care. We also integrate with EHRs and HIEs to make information access as seamless as possible.
Improve the patient experience
Our technology benefits patients by increasing convenience, participation and satisfaction. Now, patients no longer need to have their eyes dilated, nor make appointments with specialists. And with these services available in doctor’s offices, medical malls, the hospital, clinics, retail settings, and other convenient locations, patients have easier access and a convenient way to have their annual screenings performed.