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Novel Approaches to Care Coordination: The Key to Profitable Risk Models

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Novel Approaches to Care Coordination: The Key to Profitable Risk Models

The residual impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is a change in the way care is delivered in the U.S.  With a growing demand for post-acute care, coupled with staffing challenges,…
January 20, 2023

Novel Approaches to Care Coordination: The Key to Profitable Risk Models

The residual impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is a change in the way care is delivered in the U.S.  With a growing demand for post-acute care, coupled with staffing challenges, providers face challenges and opportunities in care transition and coordination along the continuum of care. Hear our panel of experts discuss innovative and novel approaches to care coordination. Topics include: real-time transparency, streamlining and improving communication, and Interoperability between partner organizations

 

Panelists: Cynthia Deculus, Chief Population Health Officer and Vice President, Population Health, Cedars Sinai; Margie Zeglen, MBA, RHIA, Vice President, Population Health, Carle Health; Jessica Hohman, MD, MSc, MSc, President and Medical Director, Cleveland Clinic Medicare Accountable Care Organization; Lissy Hu, M.D., MBA, President, Connected Networks, CarePort, powered by WellSky

Bios: https://www.sharedpurposeconnect.com/events/novel-approaches-to-care-coordination-the-key-to-profitable-risk-models/

 

This episode is sponsored by CarePort, powered by WellSky

CarePort is the leading care coordination network of 2,000 hospitals and 130,000 post-acute and community providers. The end-to-end platform bridges acute and post-acute EHRs, providing visibility into the patient journey for providers, physicians, payers and risk-bearing entities. 

 

With CarePort, healthcare professionals can efficiently and effectively coordinate patient care with visibility and intelligence to manage patients as they move through the continuum. Visit website at: www.careporthealth.com

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