PursueCare has signed on with the Kentucky Primary Care Association (KPCA) as a gold-level sponsor for their Annual Conference taking place October 17-18 at the Embassy Suites in Lexington, KY. The conference will focus on building for success in value-based reimbursement, and provide continuing education opportunities for physicians, nurse practitioners, and other professionals working in various settings across the state. The KPCA has increased its focus on educating and bringing resources to providers in communities impacted by opioids. PursueCare is proud to be working with KPCA members at Federally Qualified Health Centers (“FQHCs”), rural health clinics, and primary care offices throughout Kentucky to bring greater access to evidence-based addiction treatment.
About the KPCA:
The Kentucky Primary Care Association was founded in 1976 as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation of community health centers, rural health clinics, primary care centers and all other organizations and individuals concerned about access to health care services for the state’s under-served rural and urban populations. KPCA is charged with promoting the mutual interests of our members, with a mission to promote access to comprehensive, community-oriented primary health care services for the underserved. Association members are providers of primary care – first contact, broadly trained physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, behavioral health providers, dental providers, pharmacists and other professionals delivering whole-person health care.
KPCA was established to:
Develop a unified coalition of primary care providers.
Stimulate and support development of primary health care services.
Serve the needs of our members.
PursueCare (https://www.pursuecare.com) is a technology-enabled health services provider aiming to help solve the nation’s growing opioid epidemic. The company has launched a first-of-its-kind telehealth opioid addiction treatment platform available to patients through an iOS/Android mobile app, tablet, or computer. Patients can use PursueCare’s platform to access Medication-Assisted Treatment like Suboxone from qualified physicians, addiction counseling, and mail-order pharmacy services. PursueCare is actively bringing together providers into a network of programmatic evidence-based care. The platform offers a way to provide on-demand, interventive, and transitional care to patients coming from hospital inpatient and emergency departments, primary care, and rural health clinic settings. It is also directly accessible by patients, or can be offered by insurance plans and employers as a means for lower cost and more personalized treatment at home.PursueCare is forming partnerships nationwide with treatment providers, insurance payors, hospitals, primary care, and rural health clinics in an effort to bring greater access to effective and evidence-based treatment to Kentucky, West Virginia, and other states that have been heavily impacted by opioids.