Intellicare provides integrated ancillary and health therapeutic services for MSO's, IPA's (Independent Physician Association), Medical Groups, and Public Health that have contracted arrangements with Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), a state, or a health plan, on a capitated model. Our services can significantly reduce operating costs for Managed Care Groups and improve the patient experience for their patient population.
Intellicare, with its group of certified healthcare providers, becomes an extension to the Managed Care Groups. We help reduce their service gaps during the office, non-office hours, and weekends, thus minimizing the need for members having to go to Urgent Care or Emergency Room in-person. Our care monitoring service helps members with chronic, post-op, or home care on a treatment regimen, an immense value to both patients and Managed Care Organizations.
Intellicare uses a proprietary virtual care platform using telemedicine, EMR, automation tools, IoT, and predictive analytics to deliver care to patients at the convenience of their home or work.
Post-Op Transitional Care
Patients with high RAF score
How it works
Patients are connected to certified providers for video visit anytime during the day or night eliminating the need for physical Urgent Care runs
Members when visiting their primary care doctor scans a barcode to download the InteliCare app. Now they have access to care at their fingertips
When unwell, no need to rush to urgent care. They use the app on their phone and will get them to a waiting room for the provider to see them
After the encounter, the provider updates the medical records and prescribes a medication that a patient can pick-up at the pharmacy of their choice
Chief Executive Officer
Investor, Entrepreneur, and Executive proficient at growing businesses to maximize returns.
Over twenty-five years of experience in management with a proven track record.
Started and managed technology companies in areas of telemedicine, patient-reported outcome, health analytics, clinical supply chain/manufacturing, various stages of drug development and electronic medical records.
Minister Roger Williams II is a medical technologist focused on public health strategies that increase access to care for vulnerable populations and reduce health risks associated with chronic disease. In 2020 he was visiting lecturer at UC Riverside Medical School lecturing on "Global Health", and in 2019 he was a visiting scholar at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing lecturing on "Medical-Religious Partnerships in Public Health." His training includes primary health care, systems thinking in primary health care, global health, hypertension and diabetes.