Long-term success requires the skills of healthcare practitioners with novel treatment strategies. In July 2020, Mayo Clinic announced the debut of their unique virtual hybrid healthcare at home service which has set the standards for the industry very high. This approach allowed virtual physicians in an operations center to manage high-acuity patients in their homes, thanks to a collaboration with the vendor-mediated supply chain. Hospitals should therefore look for innovative technologies that may be utilized to assess the effectiveness and productivity of such virtual hybrid care model, explore the solutions to outsource management between the operations center and supply chain, and determine whether the overall experience with the system is favorable at all times.
Know anyone building innovative solutions that belong in this 'Virtual Hybrid Hospital at Home Model'?
The use of virtual care has skyrocketed as patients and health systems have been forced to adapt to an unprecedented health crisis. Healthcare executives and innovators will learn how providers, payers and other organizations are rethinking business models and realigning processes to better serve patients in a future where more care will be delivered virtually. Healthcare leaders can attend this one-day virtual event at no cost. As a sponsor, you receive exposure in all marketing and promotions and have the opportunity to exhibit thought leadership to an engaged audience of healthcare leaders.
Virtual Hospital is not telemonitoring. It is different. It is virtual extension of hospital into patient home so home becomes part of real hospital during monitoring periods. The improvement patients …
For many healthcare systems, remote patient monitoring programs are still in the early stages of development or deployment. These remote care programs, and the associated technology, are evolving rapidly to meet increased demand and raised patient expectations. Engage with health system leaders as they discuss innovative solutions to support better outcomes for both their patients and their organizations.
Defining the critical elements of an RPM solution
Assessing the best partner to provide seamless clinical support and technology
Creating KPIs and measuring the success of a remote care program
As “these unprecedented times” became the day-to-day, agencies changed up their strategies, pioneered new approaches, and thrived in 2021. Now the results of their efforts are in and they’re surprising. With the release of the 2022 HCP Benchmarking Report, we have new data and insights on how home care agencies have been affected by ongoing industry challenges, and how the most successful agencies have overcome them. Join Todd Austin, President of Home Care Pulse, as he reviews emerging trends, business insights, and actionable data gathered from hundreds of agencies across the nation in the industry’s most comprehensive Report.
In this webinar, Todd will cover:
Unexpected data that nobody predicted last year
Historical caregiver recruitment and retention trends and insights
How the course of home care has changed, and how agencies can adjust
The Hospital at Home care model offers many benefits to patients and providers, including reduced costs and improved patient experiences and outcomes. It also comes with a unique set of logistical challenges. Executives and leaders from hospitals, clinics, in-home care services, and health systems will convene to discuss approaches to addressing these challenges and implementing this innovative care model.
There is no more waiting. It is easy to consult the Doctor from the phone, tablet or computer, face to face, via the Internet. And in addition to the consultation, you get the electronic prescription …
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