Connecting Care Teams
in South Carolina and Nationwide

Collaborative, coordinated care in real time that eliminates friction from care delivery

On December 13, 2018, Collective Medical announced its partnership with the South Carolina Hospital Association (SCHA). This partnership will provide SCHA member hospitals with access to the Collective Network and ED specific solution, Collective EDie—a real-time, risk-adjusted event notification and care collaboration platform.

Collective will help SCHA members foster better care collaboration across care teams and provide the tools needed to identify and support behavioral health patients—including patients with substance use disorder—in the ED.

Care teams in South Carolina using Collective Medical receive:

  • Care-team provided care plans
  • Prescription histories
  • Insights into social determinants
  • ED utilization histories
  • Advance directives
  • Security and safety alerts

Learn more about Collective and EDie:


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How an IPA in Washington Collaborates with the Local EMS

Columbia Medical Associates saves $6.5 million in total cost of care by tackling ED visits

Taking a grassroots approach to fighting the opioid epidemic

How Collective Medical Technologies Conquered Emergency Rooms On A Bootstrap

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