On June 13, 2018, The New Jersey Hospital Association (NJHA) announced a $1.5 million investment in the Collective Network and Platform for hospitals statewide to better monitor opioid prescriptions and collaborate for better patient outcomes.
NJHA and HRET are partnering on the rollout of the Collective Network and Platform, which is currently underway with hospitals across New Jersey. Collective’s solution helps hospitals identify and support high-risk patients by pulling real-time information across care settings. In addition to identifying frequent users of opioids, the collected data can help reduce avoidable hospital readmissions and better manage complex patients who frequently seek care in the ED.
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Care teams in New Jersey using Collective Medical receive:
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