Learn how to implement better care coordination within your organization and discover three simple steps you can take to actionize care coordination improvement.
Of the multiple factors that influence a person’s health, the healthcare community has mainly focused on family history, diet, and clinic data. Growing research is indicating that there are social factors, such as education and housing, that need to be taken into consideration during patient care.
Ensure that your providers understand different social health factors and how they can influence patient treatment and management. Physicians and staff who are well-trained on the impact of different social factors are able to provide better whole-person care, which includes increased communication and more relational trust-building. Through customized care experiences, patients are more satisfied and likely to stay.
Learn more about improving your care experience through education on different social health factors.
In healthcare, complying with federal and state mandates is always top of mind. New benefit rules or regulations will have an impact on your business and how you and your providers deliver care.
Ensure that all provider staff is consistently trained on mandatory requirements to fulfill performance and value-based guidelines. Create a strong compliance culture that promotes both clinical and regulatory expertise. Clinical expertise can identify areas of risk in care delivery, while regulatory expertise can help avoid non-compliance offenses.
Relias provides the most current CMS regulatory training through an easy-to-use online platform- all at a tremendous cost savings over traditional methods. Automate your distribution of training, as well as any provider communications, while tracking compliance and reporting on attestations.
View our new CMS Regulatory Package and learn more about delivering, maintaining, and tracking compliance.
Since the passage of the ACA, healthcare has become available to a wider net of clients, including those with chronic conditions or serious co-occuring physical and behavioral health conditions.
Initiatives targeted towards the newly insured, high-risk patients, have become an avenue for payers to improve care and reduce costs. Build and train care teams who are thoroughly prepared and educated on correctly identifying and managing complex patients. Avoid spending your already stretched finances on incorrect diagnoses or multiplied readmissions.
Learn more about educating providers on managing complex populations and successfully managing chronic diseases.
With the pressure to deliver better care while simultaneously reduce costs, payers need to be able to use data and predictive modeling to become more efficient. Population health management and use of predictive analytics are keys to success in the future of healthcare, are you guiding your providers?