WEBINAR: Impacting Earned Shared Saving Through Post-Acute Data Transparency
April 21 @ 11:45 am - 12:30 pm EDT
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed a lot of inefficiencies within healthcare — one of the largest being the ability to share and access patient information from your post-acute networks.
One of the riskiest times for misinformation to occur is when a patient is discharged from the hospital and placed into another care setting, such as a skilled nursing facility (SNF). This is especially true for patients age 60 or older who are at higher risk for infections, present more complex health needs, and have proven to be at higher risk of rehospitalization. Though the disparity of post-acute EHRs makes the sharing of live data among care partners seem impossible, innovative technologies are able to bridge the gap and help drive care transition efforts.
This session takes an in-depth look at how ACOs can impact earned shared savings though post-acute data transparency. Insights, best practices, and lessons learned will be shared on how obtaining live post-acute data improves care transitions, reduces admissions, manages length of stay, and enables risk stratification at both the facility-level and patient-level. By accessing live post-acute data ACOs can create a cost-effective PAC network, drive clinical performance, mitigate risk, and improve the patient care continuum.
- Develop risk-sharing strategies and clinical standards across your post-acute network.
- Risk stratify patients and facilities to deploy the right resources to the right level of care.
- Drive clinical performance and reduce readmissions with post-acute data transparency.
- Achieve post-acute data transparency to impact earned shared savings
Speaker: Phyllis Wojtusik, RN, Executive Vice President of Health System Solutions, Real Time Medical Systems
*Part of the NAACOS Spring 2021 Conference