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Jump Start Your Care Coordination Program:
6 Strategies for Delivering Efficient, Effective Care
THURSDAY JANUARY 26, 2017
1 PM Eastern, 12 PM Central, 10 AM Pacific
Researchers estimate that inadequate care coordination resulted in $25─$45 billion in wasteful spending in 2011 alone due to avoidable complications and unnecessary hospital readmissions. When care coordination is done right, it presents an exciting new way to transform health care delivery by engaging patients outside the walls of care and monitoring them throughout their health care experiences. Effective care coordination enables you to put the patient at the center of care, while simultaneously delivering services more efficiently. This webinar will show you how you can implement a patient-centered care coordination program that will help you increase quality as well as profit margins. Real-world examples will demonstrate how existing organizations have significantly cut readmission rates, reduced emergency room visits, and decreased costs with care coordination.
This webinar is geared toward the following executives and professionals: Care Coordination, Call Center / Contact Center, Clinical Transformation, Disease Management, Chronic Disease Management, Patient Access, Patient Experience / Patient Engagement, Population Health, Healthcare IT, and Quality of both healthcare providers and ACO organizations.
Attendees of this webinar will be able to:
1. Describe why care coordination is so crucial in today’s changing health care landscape.
2. Jump-start their own care coordination program with six strategies.
3. Identify how an effective care coordination program will benefit their organization through real-life examples.
Jim Rogers, RN, BSN, RPSGT
Jim Rogers is the Director of Healthcare Solutions for Persistent Systems, serving as a thought leader and consultant for care coordination, referral management, and ACO program development for some of the largest healthcare systems in the country. As the former director of the CenturaConnect Virtual Resource Center for Centura Health in Denver, Colorado, Jim was instrumental in the strategic plan and redesign of a 28-year-old call center. Traditionally focused on reactionary patient care, Jim transformed it into a proactive, patient-centered contact center supporting population health initiatives and care coordination across the Centura Health system.
As chief client officer at Healthwise, Jason's commitment to the company's mission and market solutions is seen in his work with clients worldwide. He provides leadership and strategic thinking that help people make better health decisions. His market solution teams match the best mix of content and technical solution options with the unique needs of each client.