MIAMI, FL — September 19, 2022 — (NOTICIAS NEWSWIRE) — CareMax, Inc. (“CareMax”) (NASDAQ: CMAX; CMAXW), a leading technology-enabled provider of value-based care to seniors, released its 2021 Impact Report. The report details the company’s continued commitment to underserved populations in healthcare deserts, awards and recognitions, strides toward ethnic and gender diversity, and key initiatives.
“We are privileged to care for our nation’s seniors and fortunate to have a diverse and growing team of expectational leaders helping us do so,” said Carlos de Solo, CEO of CareMax. “At the end of the day, we will continue to focus first and foremost on serving aging populations in healthcare deserts, who need our support to age gracefully with pride and productivity.”
CareMax is committed to improving the health of populations who face challenges preventing them from accessing basic nutritional, social, and mental health requirements. This year CareMax has seen location openings in New York, Tennessee, and Texas, with all locations meeting the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ five-star rating. The company has maintained and improved quality, even as it increased in size tenfold. With more than 50 locations opening by the end of 2022, it not only looks to bring proven value-based care to new communities but also to provide economic opportunity for those who live and work in these communities.
CareMax’s leadership reflects the diverse communities it serves. CareMax continues to make great strides in expanding female and minority representation in its leadership while continuing its focus on developing diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging initiatives. Some 33 percent of its leadership roles are filled by women, and over 80 percent of employees are minorities, with 78 percent of these being Hispanic.
In 2021, CareMax expanded its patient base to cover 26,000 Medicare patients. For those patients who didn’t have a way to get to appointments, CareMax provided transportation. In 2021, CareMax provided 485,285 trips to bring patients to and from appointments. When it comes to technology, many patients are often uncomfortable, which makes virtual visits a challenge. Given the risks of in-person visits when COVID-19 infection rates are high, CareMax worked hard to educate its patients, including providing them with the technology they need for virtual telehealth visits.
CareMax also formed two pivotal partnerships to bring its value-based care to hundreds of thousands more people who need it. Its groundbreaking partnerships with The Related Companies, a leader in commercial and residential property development and management, and Anthem, Inc., a national health benefits company serving more than 117 million people, will bring its value-based model to communities across the country.
From organizing events at its facilities, participating in outreach events in the community, and thousands of masks and personal care package giveaways to food drives– CareMax knows its commitment to underserved populations is made stronger through philanthropy and volunteerism. Together, CareMax has helped more than 15,000 families and raised more than $1.6 million in cash and products. To ensure its efforts reached people who needed their help, CareMax identified, partnered with, and supported 31 different organizations, each of which advocates for a population or helps to empower its target population in different ways.
To learn more about CareMax, please visit www.caremax.com.
CareMax is a technology-enabled care platform providing value-based care and chronic disease management to seniors. CareMax operates medical sites that offer a comprehensive suite of healthcare and social services, and a proprietary software and services platform that provides data, analytics, and rules-based decision tools/workflows for physicians across the United States. Learn more at www.caremax.com.