Pediatric home health care is a successful and comprehensive treatment option for children with medical intricacy or developmental difficulties who would usually require recurrent and/or protracted emergency room visits or chronic institutionalization. Several notable voices have explored cutting-edge strategies that have demonstrated effectiveness in sustaining and enhancing pediatric care at home, as well as existing and new innovations that can benefit clinicians in the years ahead.
Pediatric health care at home has indeed been able to take advantage of commercial technologies such as wi-fi, cellphones, workstations, laptops, tablet devices, and apps that families might use to interact before the epidemic. Hospital leaders and caregivers are also using innovative approaches to better serve their patients and communities moving forward, from improving the overall patient and family experience to addressing delayed or missed care during the pandemic to meeting the mental health and health equity needs.
Know anyone building innovative solutions that belong in this 'Pediatric Home Care'?
The program will grab on both international and regional speakers' who are experts in neonatal and pediatric knowledge. Topics would be focused on common and updated scientific knowledge with the theme of “Evolving therapeutics in Pediatrics and Neonatology – Heal a child, change the world”.
Join us either virtually or in Dubai, UAE and get inspired by the industry's top children care professionals and discover what it takes to advance your practice by providing better patient care.
Improving processes to support staff and elevate patient care through learning how to meet the needs of complex care patients transitioning from inpatient to home; identifying the journey to become a board certified compounding pharmacy; co-treatment in music and massage therapy as well as care plan for the palliative and hospice pediatric patients; successful staff onboarding and retention in homecare; complying with homecare regulations as well as cultivating resiliency and bracing on being present in the moment for your self and self care/wellness. Joint provider will be Ohio Council for Home Care and Hospice.
At the conclusion of this activity, learners will be able to:
Improve Self-care and wellness for the provider themselves to provide the best patient family centered care identified by improvement through both patient and staff satisfaction surveys
Successfully managing complex care patients in their homes through interdisciplinary homecare team management identified by lower inpatient readmission rates
Assess staff education and onboarding programs which demonstrate success through long term staff retention
Identifying current homecare regulations to assist with successful prior authorization and reimbursement
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