for Providers

Helping you with your complex patients

Let us assist in caring for your most care-intensive patients: frail, home-bound seniors with multiple chronic conditions, individuals with complicated medical and psychosocial issues, and those recently discharged from the hospital. We can be an extension of your care. We conduct home visits, monitor health, and manage issues to prevent acute events and hospitalizations.

Our Benefits

Primary care practice

Assist with addressing complex patient care

  • Reduce practice staff stress and burnout
  • Reduce unreimbursed time spent after hours
Specialty practice

Manage symptoms and treatment side-effects

  • Improve care management
  • Decrease call volume and staff burden
Health system

Support appropriate and timely discharge planning

  • Improve post-acute care continuity
  • Reduce re-admissions
Home Health

Provide palliative care during and after the home health stay

  • Ensure seamless care continuity
  • Facilitate goals of care discussion

Patient stories

Refer a patient

Let us know which patients require extra support. The process is easy. Once we enroll the patient, we will let you know.


Click “Refer a patient”


Provide some basic information about your practice.


Give us the patient’s legal name, date of birth, and preferred contact.


We will call the patient to start enrollment.


01. How do I refer my patient to Vynca?

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

02. How often do you see my patient?

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

03. Do you provide care updates to me?

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

03. What health plans does Vynca accept?

Many major insurance plans cover our services, including Medicaid and Medicare.

03. Is there any cost to my practice?

No. The patient’s health insurance covers our services.

03. 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.

03. Do you prescribe medications?

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

03. 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.

01. What health plans does Vynca accept?
  • Medicare Part B
  • Partnership HealthCare Plan
  • Regence/ Cambia
  • Blue Shield of California
  • Alameda Alliance for Health
  • Contra Costa Health Plan
  • Santa Clara Family Health Plan
  • Health Net
  • Imperial Health Plan
  • MultiPlan
  • Molina Healthcare