A month without an emergency department visit is a good month indeed.
For our latest Four Questions Series, we sat down with Shelly Kent, care manager at Perrysburg Family Physicians, LLC., an independent family practice located in Perrysburg, Ohio. Perrysburg has five affiliated physicians within its practice who provide care to over 6,600 patients. As a participant in Track 2 of CMS’ CPC+ model, Perrysburg Family Physicians is focused on improving care outcomes for patients while reducing overall care costs.
On May 18th, we brought together over 20 of our ACO community members from across the country for our second Leadership Collaborative Roundtable to share ideas and discuss the latest and greatest in care coordination.
Our recent event focused on how organizations can successfully develop and engage their post-acute care (PAC) networks. Today, 73% of overall Medicare geographical spending variances are attributed to post-acute utilization. As spend increases, and as the industry continues to shift towards value-based care, it’s critical that organizations have the.
For our latest use case spotlight, we sat down with Lorelei Morrissette, care coordinator at Support and Services at Home (SASH), to talk about how real-time information on care events has helped them provide better care for the patients they serve.
SASH, located in South Burlington, Vermont, partners with social-service agencies, community health providers, and nonprofit housing organizations across the state to provide assistance to over 5,000 seniors, adults with disabilities, and individuals with chronic conditions who live independently at home. SASH partners.
On March 15th, PatientPing held its first Leadership Collaborative Roundtable, an online event that brought together executives and stakeholders from nearly 20 different organizations across the country including Hackensack Meridian Health, Wake Forest Baptist Health, WellStar, Baptist Health, Houston Methodist Coordinated Care, Atrium Health, and more. Thirty-nine percent of attendees currently participate in MSSP Track 1, 6 percent are a part of MSSP Track 3, 22 percent are in Non-ACO risk arrangements, and 33 percent are Next Generation ACOs. The goal of the.
For our latest Four Questions Series, we sat down with Shannon Parrish, Director of Care Coordination at CHESS, a NextGen ACO located in High Point, North Carolina. CHESS is a physician-led healthcare service organization that is supporting its participating physicians and health systems to provide improved, value-based care to the patients they serve. As a NextGen ACO, CHESS is focused on identifying key areas of care that result in high costs and wasted resources.
For our latest Four Questions Series, we sat down with Erik Iverson, VP of Business Development at Legacy Healthcare located in Skokie, Illinois. Legacy Healthcare provides skilled nursing, rehabilitation and specialized services to patients across 32 facilities throughout the Chicagoland area, as well as in Utah and Montana. Legacy aims to provide personal, empathetic, and customized care to each of the patients they serve.
For our latest Four Questions Series, we sat down with Tim Carey, director of data and performance analytics at BaneCare Management. BaneCare Management operates 12 skilled nursing facilities throughout Massachusetts, and is a trusted family-owned senior services company that has been a leading provider of rehabilitation, skilled nursing, assisted living and adult day health for nearly six decades. BaneCare is driven to creating an environment built on compassion, dignity, and respect for residents and their extended families, as well as for its community and staff.
For our latest PatientPing Success Story video, we spoke with Janice Finder, director of population health at Houston Methodist Coordinated Care (HMCC) in Houston, Texas.
On October 18th, PatientPing hosted a Texas Community Summit at the Hilton Houston Westchase in Houston, Texas. The event brought together over 50 of our Accountable Care Organization (ACO), skilled nursing facility (SNF), home health agency (HHA), long-term acute care (LTAC) and hospice community members–who traveled near and far–for a day of networking, product updates and feedback, and discussions about the latest trends in healthcare.