Health and human service organizations are confronted with the challenge of maintaining and improving care coordination, clinician satisfaction, and client outcomes with shrinking resources. Faced with staff shortages and an increase in demand for services, organizations are looking for ways to help clinicians do their job better, quicker, and easier, as well as improve the efficacy of their work.
In this episode, hear from executives of two of the largest and most complex providers in the country, Chief Information Officer of Institute for Community Living, Hao Wang, and Uday Madasu, Chief Administration Officer of Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, how emerging technologies, like artificial intelligence, have the power to simultaneously transform the client and staff experience, making their lives easier and enabling better outcomes.
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November 30, 2022
The expectations seniors have for healthy aging is changing and it is up to continuing care retirement communities (CCRC), also referred to as life plan communities, to adapt. A tenured leader in senior living and long-term care dives into the changes, challenges and opportunities ahead to ensure long-lasting success for CCRCs.More
November 10, 2022
Hospices around the country are dealing with a similar issue – staffing shortages. It’s forced some to reduce services while others have shut down. One renowned end-of-life expert has some ideas on how to retain staff and how to prepare hospice nurses for the rigors of the job.More
October 25, 2022
All communities of care are faced with the challenge of navigating a sea of change, while at the same time trying to scale services to those in need. In this podcast, we’ll discuss how Pacific Clinics has learned to anticipate changes and transform accordingly. By focusing on strategy, innovation and growth, they’ve managed to serve 40 million people over the last 155 years, and continue to adapt and grow through an ever-changing landscape.More