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Care coordination is one of the most influential and simultaneously ambiguous concepts shaping the future of healthcare. While all models of care coordination share a common goal of improving care, this event will highlight the evolving and unique approaches organizations are taking to achieve that objective. As additional organizations participate in coordinated care, the knowledge and information shared moves us ever closer toward providing the best possible outcomes for the individuals served.
To learn more about how organizations are building technology infrastructure support into their care coordination process, OPEN MINDS and Netsmart are hosting a special online event, “Care Coordination 101: Participate In Successful Person-Centered Care Models” on April 29 at 2:00 PM EDT. Hear from General Manager of Netsmart’s CareConnect, AJ Peterson, and General Manager of Netsmart’s CareManager Business Unit, Larry Seltzer, on how they are collaborating with organizations across the country to support and implement models of person-centered care.
During this 90-minute executive web briefing, attendees will:
- Understand the benefits of care coordination models currently in practice – from health homes and ACOs to co-located services and direct communication with acute care hospitals
- Explore real-world examples of the improved outcomes provided by successful care coordination
- Identify next steps for successfully facilitating integrated, whole-person care at their own organization