Longitudinal care planning to support improved care coordination

During this session, you'll learn how care coordination facilitates the deliberate organization of patient care activities and sharing of pertinent clinical data across the care team to achieve safer and more effective care.  The care coordination strategies presented focus on a collaborative plan of care model that supports patients and care teams in the management of a holistic care plan and the transitions of care across the continuum. This longitudinal care plan includes patient data, health concerns, personalized goals, chronic disease intelligence aiding patients and care teams, and activities while assessing strengths and barriers throughout a person’s lifetime.

***The video for this session will no longer be available 15-minutes after the scheduled end time. You can visit the on-demand catalog after the conclusion of the event to view the session recording.

  • Date:Thursday, April 29
  • Time:11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Session Type:Solution overview
  • Content topics:Ambulatory, Care Continuum, Clinician experience, Consumer, CommunityWorks
  • Client value driver:Health outcomes
  • Learning objective 1:Implement components and strategies to support a person-centric plan of care model that drives an interdisciplinary care team approach to patient care.
  • Learning objective 2:Identify and understand current landscape challenges to care planning across venues and how One Plan addresses these issues.
  • Learning objective 3:Describe the iterative, timely and cloud-based development approach to provide incremental value.
  • Target audience:Care management, Clinical, Patient engagement
  • Challenge to solve:Improving clinician efficiency and operational excellence
  • Continuing education credits:CNE, CME, ACPE, ASWB
  • International:International
  • Attendee type:Current client, Prospective client
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