Each year, Americans spend a trillion dollars out of their own pockets for health care and coverage, yet what value are they getting? Increasingly, consumers are feeling pain from their share of health care costs and wondering why they cannot get the same level of value for their spending that they would expect – and
Cost reduction is always a top priority and a common reaction is to reduce staff. This Webinar covers enabling non-labor cost reduction, both through analysis of the qualitative human/organizational factors and through a case example of the impact of a quantitative factor: non-labor benchmarking. Our speakers, Alan Goldberg and Pat Corvino from Applied Management Systems
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Growing numbers of assisted living residents are aging and dying in place in this increasingly popular non-medical community-based residential care setting. Our speaker, Dr. Molly Perkins, draws on key findings related to end-of-life care in assisted living based on an ongoing 5-year study funded by the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Aging (NIH/NIA).
We’re all members of work teams and you may even lead one. But are you frustrated with time spent in team meetings that don’t focus on goals and lack real discussion? Join this presentation to learn key tips to leading a team that works effectively and gets the job the done. Our speaker, Gina Mazza,
Having a mentor can be an important part of developing or broadening your capability. In all likelihood you have at some point in your career benefited from a mentor in areas such as learning a new skill, navigating your career, handling a political situation, managing people, or thriving in the culture of a new organization.
This session describes a coordinated statewide effort to advance Medication Therapy Management (MTM) in Community Health Centers and improve chronic disease outcomes for Ohioans through pharmacist-provided care. Our speaker, Jennifer Rodis PharmD, BCPS, FAPhA, covers outcomes from a CDC-funded, five-year collaborative demonstration project, with a discussion about initiation, continuation, and expansion of pharmacist-provided care within
Based on the recognition that food insecurity is associated with poor health across the life course, many US health systems are actively exploring ways to help patients access food resources. Our speaker, Dr. Emilia De Marchis, discusses her research on interventions to address food insecurity in US health care settings. She will review what outcomes
When Dr. Arthur Kleinman, an eminent Harvard psychiatrist and medical anthropologist, began caring for his wife, Joan, after she was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, he found just how far the act of caregiving extended beyond the boundaries of medicine. In this Webinar, he discusses the Crisis of Caregiving in Medicine, Health Care Systems and
The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) introduced the ACO Investment Model (AIM) as part of the Medicare Shared Savings Program to encourage the formation of ACOs in rural and underserved areas that typically lack the capital for IT infrastructure or staffing investments necessary to form an ACO. AIM provided upfront and ongoing payments