Steps to Implementing the Allergy Control Program
Here’s how Allergychoices’ Allergy Control Program works.
Allergychoices’ Allergy Control Program incorporates three key steps to identifying and impacting how allergy affects an organization’s costs and healthcare outcomes.
Step One — Analyze the Impact of Allergy in your Organization (Allergic Footprint)
Most organizations underestimate the allergic impact. We help them identify the true costs of the footprint allergy has in their organization, using their claims data, including:
- Code review list for diagnostics and procedures that encompass the many facets of allergy and related comorbidities
- Comprehensive medication list for analysis of allergy and related comorbidities
- Allergy-specific health risk assessment survey tool to identify those most likely to benefit
By first identifying the true costs of allergy to your organization, you’ll have a benchmark to help identify critical areas to address, and to measure improvements throughout the treatment life cycle.
Step Two — Enable Delivery Partners to Deliver the Protocol
Once we’ve identified an organization’s allergic footprint and opportunity for improvement, we help activate a streamlined diagnostics and treatment plan using the La Crosse Method™ Protocol.
Whether the organization employs an onsite or near site clinic model, or needs to identify DPC or local providers who direct diagnostics and treatment, we ensure they’re equipped with the tools they need for successful care delivery and seamless workflow to ensure consistency and better outcomes.
Our licensed pharmacy and industry-leading blood and skin testing support services provide the clinical tools and expertise, along with the La Crosse Method Protocol, to guide providers through each step to provide a custom experience for every patient.
Step Three — Implement Best Practices for Success
Once the care delivery team is established and trained, Allergychoices continues to support your efforts, helping implement its best practices program developed from hundreds of practice implementations around the U.S.
We provide ongoing education, tools and patient management support to maximize patient engagement and adherence. Online, HIPAA-compliant tools enable providers to monitor patient adherence and easily create, track and manage treatment orders. Pharmacy staff and medical advisors are available to provide guidance and support for a broad range of patient cases and complexity.
In addition, a Center of Excellence is available to partners as a backstop for highly complex allergic cases needing referral to an allergy specialist.
Let’s help you define your allergy footprint and show you how the ACP can reduce its short and long-term impact.