Care Coordination

Improving Care through Adopting Technology: What’s Next?

Part IV As we reach the end of our journey addressing technology to create effective care strategy, we invite you to really take time and consider where your organization stands when it comes to utilizing technology in your daily operations. We’ve addressed the importance to connect with regional providers with a robust electronic health record (EHR) solution. Once you have those links in place, make sure to utilize what those connections can do for you. Interoperability helps set providers up…

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Making a Connection: Carequality and Netsmart Expand Interoperability

The need to connect healthcare record networks is a growing demand for today’s healthcare world. To have a secure, interoperable nationwide health information exchange would allow health provider networks to share patient information across the spectrum. We imagine a world where a patient can visit their primary care doctor along with their treatment specialist and together, they will build an action plan to treat the whole person. Carequality is the first step in achieving interoperability across health network systems and…

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Leveraging Data and Optimization for Care Coordination Success

Part III Welcome back and thank you for joining us for part III of our series discussing the importance of embracing technology to achieve effective care. If you’re just catching up, we’ve discussed the importance of going digital and making the right connections for effective care collaboration. Today, let’s explore how to best utilize data as well as how to leverage all of the benefits of your electronic health record (EHR) solution to provide the best care possible. Now you’ve…

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Connecting Digitally – a Must for Care Collaboration

Part II We’re living in the golden age of technology. From connected homes, to smart phones to autopilot cars, it’s everywhere. Almost every industry has adopted modern technology in some form or another, including healthcare. But when it comes to health records, is your organization set up for success? Care networks across the country are continuously working towards, if not already utilizing, technology to connect and create interoperability between facilities. It’s so important to have the right tools in place…

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Embracing Technology for Effective Care Strategy

Part I As care provider roles evolve across the healthcare continuum, the post-acute realm is finding itself playing a more strategic role than ever before. The need for post-acute care facilities is growing. Formerly independent facilities are joining forces with integrated healthcare systems to help provide seamless transitions of care. In fact, a common theme across care segments is that they are diverting away from a traditional care path and becoming more strategic in addressing the holistic needs of an…

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Focus on Outcomes: Moving to Value-Based Healthcare

It’s Friday night, and you’re heading to a delicious dinner with friends. You order your favorite entrée, and the chef did not disappoint. Your server brings you your bill, and you notice a long receipt listing a price for each item used to create your meal. A few dollars for the plate, silverware, and glass, another few dollars for each pot and pan. Then you’re charged for the food. Would you go out to dinner as often knowing you had…

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Interoperability: It’s Time to Get in the Game

It’s the bottom of the ninth and your team is down two to one. Your organization is up to bat with two strikes and runners on second and third. Baseball is a game of strategy and it’s up to your organization to be able to read the pitches being thrown to you so you can hit a home run for each and every patient under your care. So, how are you going to prepare to knock it out of the…

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It’s a Process…42CFR Part 2 Consent Reform (Video)

  Sarah C. (fictional name) has battled an addiction to opioids for almost five years. She was prescribed medication for severe pain after back surgery, and due to complications the back pain continued and even increased in severity for several months. The pain abated after a second surgery, but by then Sarah had developed an addiction to the pain med. She sought treatment at a county-operated addiction treatment facility, making good progress. Sarah also had several co-occurring disorders – asthma,…

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Willow Health Care in Driver’s Seat Cruising Down Road to Success

Imagine if you bought a brand new car, but you didn’t use any of the features. You never listened to the radio on long road trips. You didn’t switch on the AC in the summer or the heat in the winter. You didn’t use the power locks or windows. Now, imagine your healthcare organization has just made an investment in an electronic health record (EHR) system but isn’t using any of the features and functionality. That’s not the case with Willow…

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Tips for Managing Populations in Post-Acute Care

Ready or not, the impact that post-acute care has on managing population health is here and it’s real. The questions you need to ask yourself and your organization is, “How do we define population health? How much risk are we willing to take on? And, do we have the right technology and resources to analyze data to proactively manage care and measure outcomes?” To become a key player in managing population health, consider these factors to see if your organization…

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