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.
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.
Welcome back to the PatientPing Success Story Video Series! For this video, we sat down with Judith Gaudet, systems of care manager at Generations Family Health Center.
On June 27th, we hosted our second New England Community Summit at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, MA. Our largest summit to date, the event brought together 100 ACO, post-acute, payer, and community providers from all over the region for a day of networking, best practices, and product updates with the goal of further connecting PatientPing’s diverse New England network.
Welcome back to the PatientPing Success Story Series! This week, we're featuring Ewa Matuszewski, CEO of MedNetOne. MedNetOne is one of Michigan's leading Physician Organizations, providing technological and clinical services to physician practices, providers and behavioral health professionals. MedNetOne works to ensure that the proper care management strategies are implemented in order to properly coordinate patient care patients faced with chronic health conditions.
This week on the blog, we're featuring a customer success story from Eric O’Neill, Assistant VP at HCR ManorCare.
HCR ManorCare is one of the country’s leading providers of post-acute care services, offering both short and long-term care services to patients across more than 500 facilities. The services HCR ManorCare provides consist of skilled nursing, memory care, hospice, assisted living, rehabilitation, and home health care services.
On April 5th, PatientPing hosted a Midwest Community Summit at the VisTaTech Center in Livonia, Michigan. The event brought together over 50 of our Midwest users–traveling near and far–to share care coordination best practices and talk about some of the hottest topics in healthcare.
Delivering effective care between acute and post-acute settings doesn’t stop with building out your preferred post-acute network. Providing improved care outcomes for patients, ensuring that they receive care in the proper setting, and avoiding unnecessary hospital admissions requires ongoing management of your post-acute network.
Amidst pressure to reduce readmissions, improve care quality, and increase patient engagement, providers have been looking to implement strategies to help keep patients from returning to acute care. One of these strategies is building a preferred post-acute network.