Learn how to implement better care coordination within your organization and discover three simple steps you can take to actionize care coordination improvement.
Ensure that your providers understand different elements of whole-person care, including social health, to deliver better care.
Prepare providers in all settings to effectively treat co-occuring physical and behavioral health conditions.
With healthcare transitioning more and more to value-based models, invest in areas that impact significant cost drivers and key performance measures. One of those areas is chronic disease management, the single highest cost driver in healthcare for payers, providers, and patients alike.
However, educating on individual chronic diseases is no longer enough with increasingly present behavioral health conditions. Staff and providers, also need to be well-versed in how comorbidity plays a factor into the presenting conditions to treat the whole person.
Are you relying on that voluntary “website click” to meet your mandatory CMS requirements? Knowing the steep legal and monetary consequences of compliance failures and errors, what if there was a better way to mitigate the risks, while reporting on attestations?
Easily push out compliance training and essential communication to improve the overall alignment of your network through a dedicated provider LMS. Manage contracts more easily and reduce time intensive and costly methods of keeping providers informed and compliant.
Our new Compliance & Regulatory Training Package consists of comprehensive online courses that cover the mandatory CMS training requirements and the courses are updated and maintained by Relias Learning!
According to the Father of Adult Learning, Malcolm Knowles, adults learn differently from children. Therefore, to be successful, adult learning must incorporate 4 elements:
Using these principles, our courses are designed to be engaging and effective, so that information is retained and immediately applied during care delivery. Relias Learning has also developed innovative tools such as, game elements, micro-learning and simulations.
Focus your learning programs on activities designed to change provider habits, improve clinical outcomes and reduce cost exposure.
Providers whose practice patterns fall outside of targets and parameters are often associated with the risk for poor outcomes, and can have negative effects on financial performance. Relias PATHS helps payers mitigate this risk by focusing training on gaps in performance and strengths, and assessing improvement.
PATHS is prescriptive and includes pre- and post-assessment to measure growth as well as scenario-based content to test learning. PATHS targets and assesses competencies by focusing on key performance indicators to identify gaps. Training is then assigned in areas of need to providers not performing well in specific areas.
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