for Health plans

Just 5% of plan members are responsible for nearly half the overall cost.

The problem

Your members with serious illness use expensive care because of poorly managed conditions, lack of adequate and accessible care, and unaddressed psychosocial needs.

Physicians lack the time, resources, and incentives to treat these complex members adequately. These challenges are amplified in rural and underserved areas with fewer care options.

Our member said, "I would have been so lost going to my PCP without you all!" She went on to say how great it has been to have other sets of eyes to look into over the video chat from all the disciplines and she is so thankful for the way things have worked out with Vynca!
“I got my member connected with Vynca and she voiced how happy she was. She said when she was feeling lightheaded she called the Vynca nurse who is available 24/7 and prevented her having to go to the ER. She said she doesn't ever want to go back to the ER and wait for hours. The member and the caregiver praised how amazing the Vynca provider has been to help with solutions of opioid constipation. They are also meeting with the Vynca SW today too. A win for the day!”

Our solution

We specialize in high-quality, home-based palliative care for your complex members. We provide extra support in a convenient approach alongside treating physicians. By addressing clinical, behavioral, spiritual, and health-related social needs, we reduce suffering and improve quality of life. This comprehensive approach is proven to improve outcomes and lower overall costs.

What we do

Manage clinical symptoms and side-effects
Address acute exacerbations of illness
Ensure treatment compliance
Conduct post-discharge care transition services
Address health-related social needs
Provide mental health and spiritual counseling
Facilitate advance care planning
Our interdisciplinary teams include:
Palliative care physicians
Nurse practitioners
Social workers
Registered nurses
Care managers
Community health workers

Who is eligible?

Individuals with a serious, or life-limiting, illness and:
Poor symptom control
Recent hospitalization or long-term care admission
Goals of care conflicts
Declining functional status
Extensive care coordination or social needs
Serious illness includes:
Metastatic cancer
Neurodegenerative disease (e.g., dementia, Parkinson's, ALS)
Late-stage heart failure, COPD, or kidney disease

Our approach

Data access and integration
Acuity and risk analytics
Automated clinic operations
Outcome-based care pathways
Hybrid visit model

Our outcomes

Health plans

Reduced acute care utilization and avoidable costs. Increased member satisfaction.


Improved access to timely care. Less fragmented care. More quality days at home.


Decrease stress and burden. Reduce unreimbursed patient contact.

4.7out of5
patient satisfaction
pmpm savings
of symptoms improved
POLST completion

Patient stories

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01. How do you get referrals?

We work closely with health plan partners, physician practices, hospitals, home health agencies, assisted living facilities, and community partners to identify individuals with complex medical and psychosocial issues who need additional assistance.

02. How do I refer my member to Vynca?

Submit the referral form on the website, email or call us, or send a fax. Provide your member’s name, date of birth, and contact information. And we will take it from there.

03. How often do you visit members?

Most individuals receive between two and three visits each month based on acuity and needs. This can be a combination of medical care, mental health or spiritual counseling, social support, and care coordination.

04. Do you provide care updates to primary care providers?

Yes. We provide a visit note and care plan update after each patient encounter.

05. What types of clinicians are on your staff?

Our practice includes board-certified internal medicine and palliative care physicians, nurse practitioners, licensed clinical social workers, and registered nurses.

06. Do you prescribe medications?

Yes. We prescribe medications to manage symptoms, control treatment side effects, or treat acute exacerbation of chronic disease.

06. What are your hours of service?

Most patient visits occur during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. However, we are available for urgent needs during evenings and weekends.