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I’m a Jason’s grandmother – “Could you help me find a cancer doctor”? You see… I have cancer on my nose for over a year… I don’t know what to do or where to go…

New innovations are needed to improve population health and overcome health disparities - especially for those living in the southeastern quadrant of the United States, who experience greater health disparities and higher rates of poor health... AccessMeCare™ was specifically designed and optimized to address the needs of "hard-to-reach, hard-to-serve" individuals and other vulnerable populations served by government agencies including Federal Agencies; State, County, and Local Health Departments; and Law Enforcement Agencies.

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About Us

AccessMeCare™ provides critical infrastructure and a care model – consistent with Health 3.0 that government agencies, healthcare providers, and community stakeholders need to establish culturally competent – community-centered population health program.

Heudia’s strong committed to improving the health and productivity of vulnerable individuals in communities of persistent poverty and in neighborhoods where health disparities are the greatest.

AccessMeCare™ makes population health an integral part of your work by simplifying the flow of federal, state, and local information to staffers and by allowing individuals – like Veterans – who become better engaged in self-directed care through utilization of smart phones, social media, digital health devices, and other emerging technologies.

Heudia’s key strengths, expertise, capabilities and business interests are closely aligned to many government agency’s strategic goals and objectives.

The Company’s approach to population health improves access to quality health, social, economic, and education services by harmonizing the competing self-interest of various organizations into a coherent and cohesive health initiative. This allows us to build healthier communities, reduce disparity, and increase program effectiveness.

Areas of greatest community impact include, but are not limited to:

  • Expand availability to health care and complementary social service providers.
  • Expand the use of Health IT by HRSA-funded healthcare providers.
  • Link safety-net providers, networks, and systems to value-based healthcare payment systems.
  • Rapidly increase dissemination of culturally/ linguistically appropriate information/training materials.
  • Improve ability of underserved populations to understand, utilize, and connect to primary care, preventive care, and social services.
  • Establish a collaborative learning community to increase access to training programs.
  • Help safety-net providers enhance partnerships, improve service delivery, and increase quality within community-based settings.
  • Develop/support partnerships with key stakeholder groups to better link people to services that improve population health.
  • Rapidly engage with communities/stakeholders to develop, plan, and coordinate public health initiatives.
  • Accelerate the integration/coordination of public health with primary care, including behavioral and oral health services to improve individual outcomes and overall population health.
  • Inform/educate vulnerable populations about health promotion, disease prevention, and health behaviors to improve individual/population health, and about HRSA’s programs that contribute to population health improvement.
  • Strengthen safety-net providers’ attention to the provision of health promotion and disease prevention services.
  • Improve the health-related infrastructure systems that contribute to population health.
  • Focus resources/services on diseases/conditions with the greatest health disparities and promote outreach efforts to reach populations most affected.
  • Integrate and apply cultural competency to ensure the delivery of culturally/linguistically appropriate care.
  • Conduct targeted outreach and provide technical assistance to entities in underserved communities that have not sought or have been unsuccessful in obtaining HRSA funding.

AccessMeCare™ is

  • Free-standing – requires no integration with other IT systems and does not exchange Patient Identifiable Information (PII).  This overcomes barriers to entry allowing the platform to be implemented into within 30 days.
  • Qualifies for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS) HITECH Federal Funding Participation (FFP), sometimes known as the “HIE 90-10 program”.
  • Can be used in conjunction with pre-existing Health Information Exchange and EMR/EHR systems to expand functionality and integrate non-healthcare-oriented Community-Based Care Providers into the continuum of care.