Skilled Nursing Facility Patient Drive Payment Model (PDPM)

Omnicare

This special webinar will provide some thought-provoking questions to help you get ready for the biggest change in long-term care in decades. Beginning October 1, a new case-mix model, the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM), is set to take effect and replace the existing RUG-IV case-mix classification model. Reimbursement will largely shift from rehabilitation services to nursing services. It is essential that skilled nursing facilities consider every care process, from improved nursing assessment skills to a different relationship with their rehab provider.
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Spotlight

As President and CEO of Health Partners Plans, William S. George leads one of the largest health maintenance organizations serving low-income children in our region. This video truly captures all that Mr. George has done for youth and families in the Greater Philadelphia region. On May, 10, 2016 Public Citizens for Children and Youth honored Mr. George with the 2016 Public Citizen of the Year award.

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Strategies to Access, Interpret and Get Results From Your Company's Health Care Data

Lorman

The "old fashioned way" no longer works. Most firms still operate health plans the old fashioned way without connecting the dots between plan data and predictable health risk exposures - even though studies show that over 70 percent of costly illnesses are predictable. Under the old fashioned scenario, plans are still administrated without the benefit of leading edge technology that easily measures and manages workforce health risk that is based on member engagement and automation.
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What Innovation Means to Healthcare and Why it Matters Today

HIMSS Media

Open APIs, cloud computing, FHIR, developer programs, tech accelerators and hospital innovation labs. We’re at an exciting juncture right now in healthcare. But where is it all going? Tune in to hear from HIMSS Subject Matter Experts: Justin Gernot, Vice President of HIMSS Healthbox, Ian Hoffberg, Applied Innovation Manager and Adam Culbertson, Innovator-in-Residence delve deep into innovation and share their first-hand experience on the state of innovation.
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AI in practice: your guide to rehumanizing healthcare

Athenahealth

Artificial intelligence—AI—is already making healthcare more efficient. It’s not about robots replacing nurses; it’s about rerouting the many daily aggravations that get in the way of patient care. How can you start using AI to your advantage? Join Girish Venkatachaliah, our VP of AI, Data Strategy, Analytics, and Machine Learning, for a interactive online discussion. He’ll guide us through 5 steps of getting started with AI, sharing real-life examples of how AI is saving millions of hours of work per year for athenahealth’s customers.
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Collaborating to Improve Health Beyond the Hospital

gotowebinar

After investing considerable effort in managing throughput, many hospitals and health systems today have created a more coordinated inpatient experience. But as hard as it is to create a harmonious environment within a hospital’s walls, unifying patient care outside those walls is exponentially more difficult. NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has adopted an innovative population health management strategy that is helping the organization build a better healthcare system outside the hospital, driving a transformational shift in patient care delivery. The health system has also invested in telehealth and AI through its fast-growing NYP OnDemand digital care service, which is allowing caregivers to more efficiently deliver care and support NYP’s commitment of delivering the highest level of care to underserved communities.
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Spotlight

As President and CEO of Health Partners Plans, William S. George leads one of the largest health maintenance organizations serving low-income children in our region. This video truly captures all that Mr. George has done for youth and families in the Greater Philadelphia region. On May, 10, 2016 Public Citizens for Children and Youth honored Mr. George with the 2016 Public Citizen of the Year award.

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