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Becoming a Preferred Provider: Home Health's Role in Hospital and Skilled Nursing Transitions

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Join us at the Home Health Care News Summit on September 18 when leaders from Jefferson Health, BAYADA Home Health Care and Ocean Healthcare will share strategies for building preferred provider networks and outcome-based partnerships. 

As integration and communication become critical to the success of patient outcomes, coordination through the continuum of care has become more sophisticated.

Prepared Health CEO Ashish V. Shah will lead a panel with forward-thinking leaders including Rajesh Aggarwal, senior vice president, Jefferson Strategic Ventures & Innovation, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health; Joe Kiernan, chief strategy officer, Ocean Healthcare; and David Baiada, CEO, BAYADA Home Health Care. The panel will cover a range of topic including:

  • Improving hospital-to-home transitions and ROI
  • Coordinating throughout the continuum in today's regulatory landscape 
  • Organizing and managing preferred provider networks 
  • Securing value-based agreements that make sense for home health providers

The panel also will discuss the role that home-based providers play from a hospital and SNF perspective, common mistakes agencies make in trying to network with hospitals or health systems, and how to plan for new Medicare Advantage benefits focused on social determinants of health.

Please join us for a pre-Summit happy hour on September 17 at The Gage, 24 S. Michigan Ave., from 5-7 p.m. No RSVP required but we hope to see you there.  

Find more information on the Home Health Care News Summit here. Find more information on Prepared Health here.

Posted on Sep 11, 2019 4:30:28 PM by Prepared Health in Health IT, in Thought Leadership

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The Prepared Health mobile care coordination platform creates a virtual experience for the entire healthcare team so they can communicate with each other--and help patients and families stay connected--even though they may not physically be under the same roof. The platform helps professional and family caregivers capture rich and timely data from the home, and includes DINA, an AI technology that acts as a virtual care coordinator by identifying unmet needs and recommending clinical assessments. Today, Prepared Health is connected to 750 sites across the U.S. with demonstrated outcomes that dramatically decrease avoidable readmission rates, reduce unnecessary ER visits, and boost caregiver productivity. Based in Chicago, the award-winning platform has been recognized for its easy-to-use, innovative user experience. For more information, visit www.preparedhealth.com.