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SynCare Pioneers New Approach to Lower Healthcare Costs

INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- SynCare, LLC, an emerging provider of disease and case strategies has proven that it takes a synergistic approach to lowering healthcare costs, reducing co-morbidities, and improving clinical outcomes. Using a holistic approach to health, wellness and case management, SynCare extends the physician-patient partnership into the community, home and workplace. This philosophy of medical care interconnects physical aspects of life as equally important approaches to treatment.

SynCare's core programs target both high utilizers of healthcare services and those members' patients with chronic diseases and co-morbidities such as asthma, diabetes, high-risk prenatal, obesity, and other chronic co-morbid conditions. Risk assessments, telemonitoring, data management, home-visitation, and care coordination efforts along with patient incentives allow SynCare to promote patient self-management of chronic conditions by empowering them with education, knowledge, and resources.

Through the use of best practices and a proprietary data management system, SynCare is recognized as an innovator in case management programs. The data collected during the care management process facilitates tracking, patient follow-up support, and offers accurate customized reports. SynCare's programs have shown significant savings based upon the effectiveness of SynCare's unique strategies.

Raymond Broughton, Executive Vice President Business Integration at SynCare states, "The days of silo health practices are short lived. The SynCare model includes a social services component to address basic needs that may hinder the ability to provide the right care, at the right time, in the right place."


SynCare, LLC is an innovator in disease and case management, with discrete expertise in managing asthma, diabetes, prenatal, obesity, and other chronic co-morbid conditions. SynCare's flexible and scalable services are designed to create behavioral changes that improve clinical outcomes, such as improved quality of life, increased employee productivity, and reduced workplace absenteeism while decreasing short- and long-term health care costs. The company's unique approach to case management is focused at the patient level and is delivered through an escalating series of interactions based on individualized risk assessments. SynCare's case management process combines educational mailings, motivational telephonic coaching, incentives, physician participation, community resource referrals, home visitations and telemonitoring. Headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind., SynCare, LLC is a privately held corporation. SynCare is certified as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and as a Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB). To learn more about the company, its unique approach to disease and case management or its programs and services, please visit or call (317) 755-4017.

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