Guest host Sally Bailey RN, MSN, CCM, Director, System Care Management, Trinity Health, discusses how organizations can tackle managing length of stay across the care continuum.
How care coordination and case management leaders can operationalize preferred provider programs while taking the intricacies of patient choice and the IMPACT Act into account.
Michael T. Ipekdjian shares how he established best practices for managing complex and value based patient populations and implemented a technology infrastructure at Holyoke Medical Center.
CarePort invited two senior post-acute care executives from NYC Health + Hospitals – the nation’s largest public health system – to talk to us about how they’ve managed networks in the past – and how they’re planning for the future.
The rise of care coordination has prompted healthcare systems to look for better ways to not only establish care coordination teams, but how to make them successful. CarePort invited Julie Mirkin, Vice President of Care Coordination at NewYork-Presbyterian Health, to lead a discussion on how to build care coordination teams, and how to make those teams effective.
Real-time data sharing – made possible through interoperability – helps improve care coordination as providers of all types transition to value-based payment models.
Strategies for establishing a connected network of providers that collaborate around care coordination.
Best practices from Michigan Pioneer ACO & Christiana Care Health System.
Best practices on why and how to develop a post-acute network (PACN).
Strategies and tactics to improve post-acute utilization and reduce readmissions.
Best practices for the most pressing post-acute issues facing health systems.
Best practices for better patient care and better cost containment results.
How to maintain and engage preferred SNF networks post-implementation.
Best practices and criteria to develop preferred SNF networks.