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10 Questions on Patient Engagement
Take the survey. Healthcare's transformational patient-centered models are designed to succeed with a core of engaged, activated patients. Patient engagement is a success metric for half of accountable care organizations surveyed in 2015; Stage 2 of Meaningful Use requires physicians to promote and measure patient engagement. Still, engagement of patients in the medical home, chronic care management and telehealth poses a significant challenge, the industry reports.

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Chart of the Week:
Top Strategies to Improve Post-Acute
Care Quality and Reduce Costs

Top Strategies to Improve Post-Acute Care Quality and Reduce Costs

This Week's Challenge: As evidenced by CMS's ongoing Bundled Payments for Care Improvement initiative and closer scrutiny of skilled nursing facility readmission rates starting in 2018, healthcare is honing new post-acute care (PAC) delivery and reimbursement models that result in higher quality and more coordinated, cost-effective care across the continuum. Care transition management is the top strategy employed by healthcare organizations to improve quality and reduce costs of PAC, according to new market metrics from the 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Post-Acute Care Trends by the Healthcare Intelligence Network. The survey also examined other strategies aimed at improving PAC.

Click here to view a printable version of the chart. To get access to dozens of metrics and benchmarks on post-acute care trends, reserve your copy of 2015 Healthcare Benchmarks: Post-Acute Care Trends today online.

Audio Interview

SusanSusan Lehrer, RN, BSN, CDE, associate executive director of NYCHHC’s telehealth office, describes the work environment of care managers in the House Calls program, a blend of telehealth and telephonic case management for patients with diabetes, and comments on case load assignments.

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