What we do

Triad of Nurses/Physician Assistants – Technology – Physicians

Lil­li­an­Ca­re has deve­lo­ped a prac­ti­ce con­cept based on inter­pro­fes­sio­nal task sha­ring and modern tech­no­lo­gies in order to ope­ra­te sub­ur­ban prac­ti­ces for pri­ma­ry care in coope­ra­ti­on with health insu­r­ers and muni­ci­pa­li­ties. Lil­li­an­Ca­re pro­vi­des employ­ed phy­si­ci­ans with prac­ti­ce faci­li­ties, infra­struc­tu­re, tech­no­lo­gy and a qua­li­fied team. The phy­si­ci­ans pro­vi­de hybrid tre­at­ment, both in the on-site prac­ti­ce and via video from their home office.

The focus is on phy­si­ci­an col­la­bo­ra­ti­on with PAs and nur­ses, who are given more tre­at­ment respon­si­bi­li­ty and their own lati­tu­de in accordance with their trai­ning. Phy­si­ci­an (tele­me­di­cal) super­vi­si­on also ensu­res the qua­li­ty of tre­at­ment.

Lil­li­an brings new gene­ral medi­cal care to the places whe­re it is urgen­tly nee­ded: rural, under­ser­ved regi­ons. Tog­e­ther with regio­nal stake­hol­ders, muni­ci­pa­li­ties, and health insu­r­ers, the inno­va­ti­ve tri­ad of nurses/PAs, tech­no­lo­gy and phy­si­ci­ans sol­ves the fun­da­men­tal pro­blem and also pro­mo­tes the much nee­ded reva­lua­ti­on of qua­li­fied nur­ses who take on medi­cal tasks in pri­ma­ry care.