Watch and listen to experts in the industry as they share how to achieve operational, financial and clinical success in your organization. Distance learning at its best.
Learn how to leverage care coordination and community partnerships to both prevent incarceration and assist individuals transitioning back into the community after incarceration.
To be effective, data needs to be stratified, standardized, validated and visualized in ways that support clinicians and help your team make programmatic decisions, analyze collection rates and improve consumer outcomes.
Discover the key component to community initiatives such as school-based therapy (including the transition to at home therapy during the COVID-19 crisis), and mobile crisis response services in partnership with local jails and law enforcement.
Learn how operating as a CCBHC has helped organizations navigate their way through the COVID-19 crisis by having the technology already in place to support new workflows, increase virtual care offerings and support care coordination efforts.
Get the latest updates on recent regulations, as well as explanations regarding how COVID-19 will impact the biggest home health and hospice trends, such as payers becoming providers (and providers becoming payers), population health management strategies and the role of telehealth and technology.
Discover the key to successful-and sustainable-strategic plans built to withstand shifts in the market, from participation in new models of care to adding lines of service, or even navigating an unexpected crisis.
Learn more about how telehealth provides continuity of care during a time of crisis and how to mitigate the risk of loneliness using digital self-help tools.
BKD experts answer audience questions to help providers understand how to navigate both PDPM and different reimbursement methods of managed care partners.
Improve consumer outcomes by addressing social determinants of health, identifying and closing data gaps and empowering providers.
Learn about new claim coding requirements, revenue cycle documentation workflow strategies, cash flow impact estimates and new billing documentation requirements for PDGM.
Discover the hidden impacts of the opioid crisis and explore case studies from provider organizations currently navigating these scenarios.
Discover what is driving clinician satisfaction (or dissatisfaction) at your organization, and the practical steps your organization can take to drive usability and workflows that care teams expect and deserve.
Learn how to leverage the power of consumer data to establish customer relationship management (CRM) best practices and deliver ongoing consumer engagement.
Learn how providers and payers can jointly develop value-based initiatives by understanding social determinants of health and their impact on outcomes.
Learn how culture, process, people and partners help historically underfunded and overstrained organizations rise to the challenge of disruptive technology.
As provider organizations continue the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care models, learn strategies to integrate with care networks to prove value.
Executives from NASL share their perspectives on the top challenges and opportunities for senior living and home care providers in 2018.
Learn how leading organizations are proactively creating population health programs that integrate with health systems, senior living and home care providers to deliver cost-effective coordinated care.
An informative panel highlights real-world examples of counties that have adopted telehealth or partnered with organizations that use telehealth to address county needs.
Learn about the impact of staff satisfaction on an organization and its consumers plus provider-presented case studies about leveraging innovative strategies to drive clinical satisfaction.
Discover what's needed to effectively collect and analyze patient data across the healthcare continuum and manage high-risk clients to improve both financial and clinical outcomes.
Learn how to stratify population views to assess needs, provide appropriate services and use quality measures to manage outcomes and incentive payments.
Johnson County's experience in developing a framework to manage the behavioral health of their justice-involved population and participate in NACo's Stepping Up initiative.
Explore the technology and processes that can lead to fully informed treatment, smooth transitions of care and improved outcomes.
Learn how health systems and behavioral health organizations can partner to direct consumers to the most effective - and cost-effective care.
Learn how counties can coordinate care between jails, hospitals and community-based providers to reduce recidivism and improve health during and post-incarceration.
Discover the strategies needed to track revenue, cost, and quality outcomes, along with practical tactics for monitoring process adherence and performance.