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SilverVue Inc.
800.764.9175
801.921.6614

info@silvervue.com

8911 South Sandy Parkway
Suite 200
Sandy, UT 84070

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8911 South Sandy Parkway, Suite 200
Sandy, UT 84070

801.921.6614

SilverVue is a healthcare software provider whose platform improves the patient experience and enables them to make well-informed decisions regarding their post-acute care. Headquartered in Sandy, Utah, SilverVue is led by experienced technology entrepreneurs who have a proven track record of success and are committed to developing technologies that improve the quality of healthcare along with the patient experience. 

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Innovative Clinical Solutions that Improve Healthcare

 
 

Introducing Check™ by SilverVue®

Previously Ergo Sum Health, Check™ is a CMS-Approved Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) and MACRA solutions platform used by Eligible Providers to provide Value-Based Care and meet MACRA objectives.

See the press release.
Learn more about Check™

 

SilverSearch™ for Post-Acute Care Selection

Hospital Discharge Teams Use SilverSearch to Help Patients Choose their Post-Acute Care Provider

SilverSearch™ is a searchable tablet application that hospital case managers, social workers, and discharge teams use to help patients choose their post-acute care (PAC) provider. The application provides patient-facing CMS ratings and information about PAC providers throughout the U.S. With this comprehensive and robust application, patients can easily filter and sort searches based on the specialized care needed (including long-term acute care, inpatient rehabilitation facility, skilled nursing facility, and home health agency), the preferred location and suitable radius, and the accepted insurance plan(s).  

Learn more about SilverSearch.

 
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About 42 percent of patients in acute care hospitals are discharged to post-acute care.

Medicare estimates that there are about 9.6 million post-acute care encounters to more than 29,000 post-acute care providers each year.

How do each of your patients select the right post-acute care provider?