When health information remains siloed between disparate systems, provider organizations miss the opportunity for true coordination and informed care. Having an integrated, data-driven electronic health record (EHR) platform that works across the care continuum is essential when building a solid foundation for comprehensive care.
Creating a secure and scalable foundation that supports data sharing beyond the four walls of your organization not only promotes an integrated care model, but boosts time savings, addresses provider shortages and improves outcomes.
In a recent webinar, Balance Agility + Stability In 4 Steps, the presenters and I took a deeper dive into the importance of building a foundation for integrated care, resulting in better care coordination and clinician satisfaction. 4 key takeaways from the May webinar included:
Building an integrated foundation for coordinated care is key for organizations to improve outcomes and inform their care delivery. Check out the recorded webinar to learn more!
Wednesday, February 01 | Human Services,EHR Solutions and Operations,Interoperability,Value-based Care
Netsmart was proud to be part of the recent AHCA Population Health Summit in Washington, D.C. featuring presentations from multiple Netsmart clients and experts including Mark McClelland, MD, PhD, former administrator of the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare (CMS); and Ellen Lukins, deputy director of the CMS Innovation Center. If you were not able to attend, here are four takeaways based on the many excellent presentations and our discussions about the challenges of value-based care with long-term care executives and leaders.More
How Technology Drives Game-Changing Workforce Satisfaction
Thursday, January 26 | Thought Leadership,EHR Solutions and Operations,Care Coordination
EHRs have evolved to serve as a foundational launching point for integrated, coordinated healthcare. Hear how county providers can optimize the capabilities of their EHRs to help recruit and retain high-quality clinical, financial and operations staff to support overall workforce improvements.More
Wednesday, January 25 | Thought Leadership,Post-Acute Care,Value-based Care
From workforce issues to value-based reimbursement models and legislative & regulatory change, there is plenty for hospice and home care agencies to keep an eye on in 2023. The National Association of Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) President Bill Dombi discusses the trends of the new year and offers his expert advice on how to navigate the coming months.More