Capabilities Statement

Patient Better: A medical managing program for veterans and caregivers to self-manage care.

Patient Better LLC is a standard form of healthcare administration education for veterans and their informal caregivers to learn how to self-manage care The first definitive training program of its kind that summarizes the administrative duties that co-exist with condition management. Patient Better’s documentation system expands the VA’s ability to retrieve medical records from outside resources.

Solves the ongoing problem of continued data loss of valuable patient day-to-day related health information. Patient Better provides people with a comprehensive tool for proper data capturing to share with healthcare professionals. Patient Better’s program generates a data capture pathway for the VA hospital to obtain a snapshot of all completed medical care.

Core Competencies

The Patient Better program assists rural veterans to understand their responsibilities when receiving care from non-VA hospitals, expand the number of options veterans have for accepting care from outside resources, enhances the caregiver’s ability to perform at-home care, as well as, organizes and manages outside health records and bring documentation back to the primary VA.

Differentiators

    • Supplies a standard education of the administrative duties that co-exist with complex condition management.

    • Provides a capturing system that seizes extremely vital outside care information that stands the greatest probability of getting lost.

    • Takes the traditional patient-centered education delivery method and incorporates a relationship-centered care model and distributed it through meaningful learning to better enhance caregiver participation.

    • Extremely user-friendly allowing for a broader range of acceptance, adaptation, and compliance for laypersons to manage care.

    • Focuses on four principal administrative duties of patient and caregiver responsibilities: 1) Enhance treatment participation 2) Maximize medical utilization 3) Improve risk management and 4) Effectively manage care records.

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*  Informal caregivers are family members and friends that have no formal health training and are not paid and involved in the patient’s daily health and well-being.

* Meaningful Learning (ML): Refers to the concept that previously learned knowledge is fully understood by the individual and that the individual knows how that specific information relates to already stored data and is applied to the newly learned material. For understanding this concept, it is good to contrast meaningful learning with the much less desirable, rote learning.

Corporate Headquarters

PO BOX 1301

Sealy, Texas 77474

Toll-Free 1- (866) 205-2309
[email protected]

DUNS: 098123533
CAGE: 86U81NAICS CODES:

Primary
624190 – Community
Health Education
Services

Secondary
423450, 511210, 561499, 611420, 611710, 621999, 711510

PSC CODES

Q999, Q701, Q702, Q802, AN46

Technology:

BSM: Zoho One
GDSN DATA POOL: Syndigo

Barcode: GS1
Prefix:08600005146
INS Carrier: The Hartford 2M/4M

Certifications

WOSB, SBA
State of Texas – HUB

All Major Credit Cards Accepted

Jennifer Woodruff, MHA – President