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How to Conquer the Transition of Care Journey

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How to Conquer the Transition of Care Journey

  Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah joins Eric to discuss the advantages and challenges in transitioning care from the hospital to the home. He shares what it takes to replicate…
August 31, 2022

How to Conquer the Transition of Care Journey

 

Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah joins Eric to discuss the advantages and challenges in transitioning care from the hospital to the home. He shares what it takes to replicate the facility-based experience outside of the hospital and deliver measurable quality improvements cost-effectively.

Ashish provides a step-by-step blueprint for creating an exceptional transition-to-home care model you can replicate at your own organization. 

 

Our GuestAshish V. Shah is CEO of Dina 

Ashish leads the Dina (Dena) team on its mission to power the healthcare industry’s transition to virtual and in-home care. He founded the company in 2015 and remains passionate about empowering care teams with the tools they need to help people age. A recognized thought leader, Shah previously served as CTO at Medicity, the market leader for vendor-neutral Health Information Exchange solutions (acquired by Aetna in 2011). 

 

This episode is sponsored by Dina

Dina powers the future of home-based care with its care-at-home platform and network that can activate and coordinate multiple home-based service providers, engage patients directly, and unlock timely home-based insights that increase healthy days at home. Dina works with many leading health systems, ACOs and health plans to extend their reach into the home to help people live their best lives.

 

The platform creates a virtual experience for the entire healthcare team so they can communicate with each other–and help patients and families stay connected–even though they may not physically be under the same roof. Dina helps professional, and family caregivers capture rich data from the home, using artificial intelligence to recommend evidence-based, non-medical interventions. 

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