WiserCare helps deliver the promise of Advance Care Planning at scale. With our enterprise digital ACP program, health system, payer and ACO partners can quickly launch and grow this important service population-wide, whether they are just starting out or expanding established programs.
Proper Advance Care Planning (ACP) - discussion, documentation and updating of a patient’s goals for care near the end of life - ensures that people receive the care they want, alleviates stress for families and care teams, and reduces the cost of unwanted, non-beneficial care. However, many obstacles have prevented ACP from reaching many patients who need it most. WiserCare aims to change that by making ACP possible at scale.
HOW WE HELP
Support Patients and Loved Ones
WiserCare engages patients, families and decision makers with tools customized by care setting, life stage, or clinical condition.
Support Care Teams
WiserCare ACP includes a complete facilitation and documentation toolkit to support physicians and care teams in guiding and documenting these important conversations.
WiserCare populates, stores and updates relevant legal documents like advance directives, POLSTs or powers of attorney, and helps patients choose a proxy.
Our modules are purpose-built for use in routine care, allowing providers to scale ACP - and its benefits - to all adult patients.
THE BENEFITS OF ADVANCE CARE PLANNING
WiserCare’s ACP approach helps bring ACP to broader populations, conferring a host of benefits on patients, families and the system as a whole, such as fewer ED visits, hospitalizations and interventions that run counter to patient wishes, reducing use of the system’s most intensive resources on unwanted care.
DECISIONS WE SUPPORT
WiserCare can serve every adult, regardless of health status, with modules designed to support patients in every situation:
Patients with serious illnesses considering end of life decisions
Healthier patients ready to engage on ACP
Healthy patients ready to start basic planning
Greater adherence to patient wishes
Higher patient and family satisfaction with end-of-life care
More patients completing advance care plans
Greater accessibility of advance care plans to providers and family
Reduced delivery of unwanted care