In our latest Four Questions Series, we sat down with Kimberly Sorace from Partners in Care ACO located in East Brunswick, New Jersey. As nurse care coordinator and practice transformation coordinator, Kimberly is in direct contact with patients across 15 practices to monitor their admissions and discharges to improve care coordination and transitional care management workflows.
For our latest Four Questions Series, we sat down with Joe Kachelski, CEO of the Wisconsin Statewide Health Information Network (WISHIN), to get his thoughts on value-based care, challenges he’s seeing in the healthcare space, along with how PatientPing has helped make an impact since partnering with WISHIN earlier this year.
Triad HealthCare Network (THN), headquartered in Greensboro, NC, is a physician-led, knowledge-based, and care-focused organization that aids member providers in giving exceptional care to patients and its community.
Visiting Nurse Association Health Group (VNA Health Group) is a provider of post-acute and community-based health care. As the largest provider of home health, visiting physicians, hospice and community-based care in New Jersey, VNA Health Group is one of the most trusted organizations for both the providers and families it serves.
We’re excited to bring you our latest Four Questions Series blog featuring Windsor Healthcare Communities. Windsor Healthcare Communities operates nine Skilled Nursing Facilities throughout New Jersey and provides long-term, post-acute rehabilitation services to patients. Windsor Healthcare prides itself in providing advanced services that work to improve patient quality of life while maintaining a top-of-the-line care setting. We sat down with Joshua Jacobs, VP at Windsor Healthcare Communities, to learn more about how his team uses PatientPing to help improve care.
Welcome back to our Four Questions Series! Houston Methodist Coordinated Care (HMCC) is an Accountable Care Organization located in Houston, Texas that is participating in the Track 3 Medicare Shared Savings Program. HMCC consists of a dedicated team of medical professionals working together to provide high-quality, coordinated care for their participating beneficiaries. Their care programs include coordinated care, transitional care as well as advanced illness care services, all of which work to improve patient outcome and experiences.
Each year, clinicians make 13 million post-acute referrals for Medicare patients.
With healthcare providers facing increased pressure to both lower costs and improve quality, post-acute care after hospitalization is a logical choice—it provides a safe, personalized environment in which patients can be cared for and healed by professionals. For many patients and families, however, the choice is not so obvious.