The Elsa Science Rheumatic Care solution complements your expertise as a rheumatologist with your patients’ routinely self-reported data. This enables more timely care and offers a foundation to prioritize patients based on their actual needs.
While partnering with patients to extend care beyond the clinic, you will give them the opportunity for better self-management of their disease.
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The Rheumatic Care Management service (RCM) can provide new gross revenues of on average $10,350 monthly for 100 patients*.
*Research estimate based on average reimbursement levels and combined reimbursement codes for self reported data as well as care management services.
$10,350 / month / 100 engaged patients on average.
The services cover data collection, decision support, care coordination and communication with patients.
Board Certified Rheumatologist located in Glendale and Milwaukee, WI
Co-founder & Professor of Rheumatology at Karolinska Institutet
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Clinical Program Development Manager
Head of Business Development US
Elsa Science has contributed to multiple research projects as part of our commitment to democratize science, develop safe and meaningful products, and generate convincing evidence to fuel value-based healthcare in rheumatology.Explore research
Our Vision: A future where chronic disease is prevented or minimized and people with diagnoses can reach a new normal faster and live life to its fullest.
Our Goal: To empower people living with chronic diseases by providing them with support tools to improve their quality of life.
Elsa Science is a startup founded in Sweden 2017 – by award winning Rheumatologists, design leaders and technical experts – currently with a global team based in the US and Sweden. Elsa Science’s solutions and products are co-developed by our diverse team together with people diagnosed with rheumatic conditions, healthcare providers and renowned researchers.
We believe that the management of chronic care can be improved by new kinds of collaboration tools between patients and health-care providers.