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treatment with a 360° view of your health

Holistic CKD care coordination that you deserve

Holistic care from nephrologists and a dedicated team of care experts to deliver comprehensive, full spectrum care.

Panoramic Health’s value-based care platform helps CKD patients with industry leading care coordination to help prevent hospitalizations, lower costs, and improve quality of life.

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slow disease progression

Our physician-led platform enables nephrologists to administer proper treatment sooner.

This technology paired with our value-based care model has been proven to help reduce hospitalizations by 56%.

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experience better quality of life

Educational resources about chronic kidney disease empower you to approach your health with confidence. Take back control of your life with value-based care.

Patients who partner with our care coordination team experience reduced medical costs, improved rates of home dialysis, and better quality of life.

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manage the full spectrum of your health

You are more than just a diagnosis. You deserve a healthcare model that accounts for the full spectrum of your health.

Your physician led care coordination is designed to empower you on every step of your health journey.

Donna — CKD3B
After her CKD3B diagnosis, Donna was very anxious to manage her condition. Donna received a call from the care team to walk her through her comprehensive care plan. Although she was still unsure how kidney disease would impact her daily life, she knew the care team was available to answer any questions and provide support every step of the way. All her medications, treatment plan, and vital monitoring would take her diabetes and high blood pressure into account.
Donna — CKD3B
After her CKD3B diagnosis, Donna was very anxious to manage her condition. Donna received a call from the care team to walk her through her comprehensive care plan. Although she was still unsure how kidney disease would impact her daily life, she knew the care team was available to answer any questions and provide support every step of the way. All her medications, treatment plan, and vital monitoring would take her diabetes and high blood pressure into account.
As part of her CKD treatment plan Donna chatted with her dietician, who helped her prioritize the best foods for a healthier lifestyle. She even received some new recipes to try! After her last office visit, the care team followed up to reiterate the doctor’s recommended advice and answer any questions she had. Any time she felt overwhelmed or confused, Donna reached out to the care team for support, and they were always there.

During the fourth month of treatment, her blood pressure numbers were dangerously high. Donna called the triage help line to ask a nurse what she should do. The nurse reviewed Donna’s medications and recent lab results and notified the provider, who agreed to see Donna that day.

Her doctor recommended a medication change, blood test, and a 24-hour blood pressure monitoring. Thankfully, the care team helped her through every step of the way to implement the change of medication from home and complete medication reconciliation. Donna was relieved to have the care coordination team on her side during a stressful episode. The care coordination and engagement with the clinical team was an integral part of Donna’s disease management.

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Michael — CKD4
Since being diagnosed with chronic kidney disease 3 years ago, Michael is unsure how to manage his diet and exercise regimen. He’s at high risk for disease progression due to his diabetes. A care team advocate reaches out to identify a Living Kidney Donor and provide protocol information. Michael’s care team confirms appointments, relays medical history, and monitors progress with the transplant surgeon.

During dialysis, the care team has remote patient monitoring to notify them in case of emergency. His dialysis clinic team and his nephrologist’s care team work together to care for Michael through every stage of his comprehensive treatment plan. Now Michael has the support he needs to feel confident in managing kidney disease.

Nora — ESKD

In the 6 months since she was diagnosed with ESKD, Nora’s declining vision has made it challenging to get to her dialysis appointments. She is introduced to the care team who will help manage her kidney disease. After experiencing severe chest pain, Nora was rushed to the ER for further evaluation. The care team received an alert and sent a nephrologist to follow up with her. Nora missed her dialysis start, but the care team arranged for early discharge so she could receive dialysis at home.

During her next office visit, the doctor prescribed a change in medication dosage to prevent further hospitalizations. Within 4 days of discharge, the care team called to review the change in medication and answer her questions. The team advocate helped Nora find a dialysis clinic closer to home and coordinate transportation to her appointments to ensure her healthy future. Despite her worsening vision, Nora’s care team stepped in to help her navigate her journey and thrive through whatever comes her way.

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