Three building blocks for person-centered care


In today’s value-based environment, organizations are challenged to provide person-centered care in brand-new ways. Whole-person care is using information that hasn’t typically been used before to help paint a more detailed picture of the consumer’s needs. In addition, this newly-utilized information helps identify medical and behavioral history and the social determinants of health impacting the person. Whole-person or person-centered care initiatives work to coordinate care to address these factors before the person becomes more acute.

View this on-demand webinar which addresses ways in which organizations can ensure they have the infrastructure needed to break down silos and bridge information gaps to succeed in these new models. You'll hear how organizations focused on improving consumer outcomes are thriving and successfully transitioning from episodic to person-centered care. You will also learn about:

  • The consumer data you need to get a full view of the whole-person
  • The technology that enables this 360 degree view
  • The support providers need to deliver person-centered services and care