Superior HealthPlan, located in Texas, today announced a new partnership with MedArrive. MedArrive offers mobile-integrated home care management services. Superior members with complex health needs will benefit from the collaboration. It will close critical care gaps and address non-medical drivers. The partnership will also help at-risk members navigate healthcare systems. Brave Health will offer members better access to virtual behavioral healthcare services.
MedArrive’s care management platform, which is white-labeled, connects Superior members with MedArrive’s field provider network. This includes highly-trained and skilled paramedics and EMTs as well as other healthcare professionals. For members with more complex healthcare needs, the program will be initially offered to around 40,000 people.
Field providers will work closely with the Superior Care Management and MedArrive teams to visit members’ homes and provide a variety of preventive healthcare services, diagnosis, and health assessments. Field providers can connect members to physician-led Telemedicine services when higher-acuity care becomes necessary. They can also address other issues such as mobility challenges, transportation problems, and nutrition assistance.
MedArrive field providers are often local residents and can provide comfort for members who feel lonely or isolated. If more support is required, the team can connect members to Brave Health’s virtual behavioral health services through an integration.