Care Coordination Across the Continuum: A guidebook to reducing readmissions
Readmissions are a significant challenge with a high price tag—amounting to over $26 billion annually for Medicare patients alone. Many readmissions occur when patients move between care settings. Given the fragmented healthcare landscape, information can fall through...
Webinar: A Guidebook to Reducing Readmissions
Readmissions are a significant driver of healthcare costs and inefficiencies, amounting to $26 billion per year in the U.S. However, addressing readmissions in hospitals, ACOs, and provider organizations is a huge challenge due to the fragmented nature of the...
Meeting the Needs of Complex Patient Populations Through Care Collaboration
A summary of the June 2 webinar with Deborah Jean Parsons, Ph.D. and Brian Patel, MD, FACEP discussing how to support vulnerable and complex patient populations.
Roundtable: Lessons Learned from Addressing the COVID-19 Pandemic Through Care Collaboration
View Webinar As healthcare leaders begin to look at post-COVID-19 healthcare protocol, the decisions care teams make now—and during community re-engagement over the next few months—will be key. Leveraging the lessons learned from the pandemic can position providers to...
Predicting & Preventing Workplace Violence in Healthcare Through Better Care Coordination
On January 14, Benjamin Zaniello, MD, MPH and Melissa Morales, LCSW presented a webinar on how care teams can take advantage of collaboration technology to curb incidences of workplace violence in hospitals and other care settings. Read the recap.
A Grassroots Approach to Treating Social Determinants of Health
On December 5th, Becky Wilkinson, MSW, CWSA and Regional Behavioral Health Outreach Program Manager at Providence Health presented a Collective-sponsored webinar through Inside Digital Health on addressing social determinants of health (SDOH). She shared details of a...
A Multidisciplinary Effort to Reduce ED Utilization & Workplace Violence
On December 4th, Gina Sulmeyer, MD and David Presser, MD, MPH from Torrance Memorial Medical Center presented a Becker’s Hospital Review webinar titled “Collaboration: The Key to Optimizing ED Utilization, Tracking, and Workplace Safety in the Hospital Care Setting.” Learn how Torrance Memorial has been able to streamline care for patients with high ED utilization, substance use disorders, and those with histories of violent incidents—resulting in a reduction in visits per month of 52 percent.
Not a Moral Failing—Understanding the Factors Behind Opioid Use Disorder
Watch the recap of Dr. Anne Zink’s webinar on using collaboration to address the opioid epidemic and help substance use disorder patients.