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Question: Does Well100 provide primary care, home care, specialist or other post-acute care services?
Answer: No Well100 does not provide primary care, home care, hospice or other post-acute care services? Well100 helps clients and patients find resources and referrals they need to help better coordinate their health and care.
Question: How do patients engage your services?
Answer: Members and clients engage our services directly and also through providers such as yourself. Providers can work directly with Well100 to supplement their health education, coaching and patient management efforts.
Question: Are all community providers able to be affiliated with Well100?
Answer: Yes, See question below for what it means to be a Well100 Affiliate provider.
Question: What does it mean to be a Well100 Affiliate provider?
Answer: Being an Affiliated provider simply means you have registered with Well100 as a "provider of choice" for Well100 members. There are two basic types of registration; all are no charge affiliations to be listed. We do have Premier senior placement services if interested. These services are only charged if we place patients within your services.
General Registration - Good for referring physicians such as Primary Care, Internist, Specialty Practices just looking to refer a patient for general community health information. There is no cost for this registration and your practice name and location become part of Well100 community provider affiliation directory
Post-Acute Registration - Reserved for post-acute care providers like home health, hospice, ALF, SNF, short term rehab centers etc... that patients are referred to for specialized post-acute care
Well100 strives to build a robust and complete provider referral network that we use for outbound referrals and look towards our affiliated providers for inbound referrals for patients needing holistic wellness services to include personal wellness, fitness and nutrition coaching.
Question: Is there any other criteria to be affiliated such as provider performance and quality standards?
Answer: Yes, all providers, both general listing and premier, must meet continual and rigorous quality standards. Because CMS quality standards can be old, Well100 continually works to secure provider performance data from both government sources but also actual consumer reviews and complaints. We do this to ensure our clients receive the best quality care, to ensure referring providers have confidence in our non-biased, quality based referral approach and to help improve overall health outcomes for all Well100 members.
Question: I am a provider in your affiliated network, will bad reviews or a single review drop me from your community network?
Answer: No, one single review or reporting cycle will not drop you from the network. We benchmark performance against time, repeated CMS reporting cycles and verified consumer reviews.
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