Best Practices to Effectively Manage Chronic Conditions in Homecare

webinar Best Practices to Effectively Manage Chronic Conditions in Homecare

You Will Learn:

  • How to use a risk assessment tool to identify patients with high re-hospitalization risk
  • Proven homecare strategies that reduce re-hospitalization rates
  • Key components of a patient care plan designed to improve clinical outcomes
  • How to improve acute and postacute provider transitions, and care transparency
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$269.00
 

Chronic diseases are responsible for 7 of 10 deaths each year, and treating people with chronic diseases accounts for 86% of our nation’s health care costs.

Managing chronic conditions in homecare is challenging. Yet, studies show that, when properly managed, homecare intervention improves quality of care and reduces hospitalizations due to chronic conditions.

This webinar will focus on industry best practices to effectively manage chronic conditions in homecare and bridge the continuum of care relationship between acute and postacute providers.

Learning Objectives

In just 75 minutes, you will learn:

  • How to use a risk assessment tool to identify patients with high re-hospitalization risk
  • Proven homecare strategies that reduce re-hospitalization rates
  • Key components of a patient care plan designed to improve clinical outcomes
  • How to improve acute and postacute provider transitions, and care transparency
  • Organization-wide best practices for obtaining positive results in patients with chronic conditions
  • Evidence-based care guidelines
  • Best practices for defining and measuring homecare quality performance improvement

Product ID: 6633

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Faculty

Cheryl Pacella
Cheryl Pacella
DNP, HHCNS-BC, CPHQ, COS-C, Home Health & Quality SpecialistCAP Consulting, LLC

Cheryl Pacella is a seasoned home care nurse with over 25 years’ experience. Her area of expertise is predominantly performance improvement, followed by education. She is currently working as a quality improvement consultant helping home care agencies prepare for certification and accreditation surveys. Cheryl also helps to train performance improvement professionals and assists agencies with compliance with the Medicare Conditions of Participation. She is nationally recognized as an expert in OASIS and Quality Improvement.

Managing Chronic Conditions in Homecare is Challenging, Get the Help You Need!

Get it on demand now

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