May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we’re highlighting five innovative organizations improving outcomes for our nation’s most vulnerable populations.
The core aim of coordinating care is to identify patients in need and synchronize care delivery. Read part one of a three-part series on collaborating care.
One study found that primary care physicians spend more time working in EHRs than face-to-face time with patients. Optimizing EHRs can help relieve burnout.
Learn two strategies for improving patient experience within your organization, as well as what the future of patient experience might look like.
Patient experience is an increasingly important part of delivering quality care. In a two-part series, we’ll dive into definitions, why it matters, and strategies for improving patient experience.
The US spends over $41 billion annually on adult 30-day all-cause readmissions. Reducing readmissions can have dramatic impacts on the financial outcomes of hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and other care providers.
Medical care is estimated to account for only 10-20 percent of the modifiable contributors to health outcomes. By addressing the social determinants of health, ACOs can save on the total cost of care while improving health outcomes.
Learn how accountable care organizations (ACOs) are using home visits to improve care transitions, manage chronic conditions, and reduce or prevent the need for costly readmissions.
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.
The opioid epidemic, which many trace back to the late 1990s, has led to increases in opioid-related overdoses and deaths across the United States. Yet, technology-fueled intervention can help save lives.