What we do
Omnis Medical Group is a team of medical professionals dedicated to leveraging the power of technology to increase the quality of patient care while lowering cost of care.
From hospital to post-acute to home, we help you build a seamless strategic plan to promote the health of individuals.
We work to promote the financial viability of your accountable care organization.
Starting with wellness, and a healthy population and moving across the continuum to hospice care. We help you develop a seamless comprehensive model of quality, efficient patient care.
Utilization of emergency and hospital care are high cost for patients and insurance providers. A stay in the hospital is typically tens of thousands of dollars per day. It is not uncommon for patients to remain in the hospital for days as suitable placement is found for patients such as skilled nursing facilities. As the decentralized model of care is implemented fully, hospitals will be reserved for the sickest patients who require surgery and/or intensive care. Omnis Medical Group works to leverage technology and clinical teams to help avoid hospitalizations when possible.
The patient-centric model of healthcare care shifts the focus of care from the hospitals and institutions to home-based care. Telemedicine, home health care, primary care and palliative care will play key roles in keeping patients at home. The logistics of providing patients with the supplies they need when they need it is a paramount focus for decentralized healthcare. Delivery of medications and supplies while having skilled nursing available for care will are focal points for growth. Omnis Medical Group works to connect health care providers, home health agencies and pharmacies with the common goal of keeping patients at home.
Latest News & Resources
A collection of thought leadership articles in our blog
Home based chronic disease care with digital health monitoring for value based healthcare
Healthcare systems are looking for ways to not only decrease spending but increase value of care. Implementing a dual model of home-based chronic care services with digital health monitoring accomplishes both decrease in spending and goal directed, value-based care across an ACO population.
Heart Rate Variability; A Key Health Metric
The higher the heart rate variability (HRV), the slower the flow of the sand through the hourglass. The lower the HRV, the faster the flow of the sand through the hourglass. To increase our longevity, we should be focused upon tracking and increasing our HRV.
Using technology to overcome burden of diabetes
Current technology exists that can help anyone take control of diabetes. Devices include blood pressure cuffs, pedometers and continuous glucose monitors.