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Medical Home Collaborations: How Hospitals Are
Benefiting from Partnerships in Patient-Centric Primary Care
Wednesday, December 17, 2008 • 1:30-2:15 p.m. Eastern
Just a reminder tomorrow is the last day to register for Medical Home Collaborations: How Hospitals Are
Benefiting from Partnerships in Patient-Centric Primary Care. Success of the medical home model of care is reliant not just on the provider who is coordinating the care among its patients, but also the communication between the coordinator and other physicians and hospitals who are working within that medical home.
During Medical Home Collaborations: How Hospitals Are Benefiting from Partnerships in Patient-Centric Primary Care, a 45-minute webinar on December 17, 2008, you'll learn how Palmetto Health, a three-hospital system in South Carolina, has implemented a successful medical home model that ensures the goals of the medical home program are met, including reduced hospital admissions and improved quality of care and outcomes for the patients.
Register today and save by contacting 888-446-3530 or by visiting:
Use Preferred Customer Code: MHCLCH
for special $149 pricing through December 12, 2008.
You'll hear from Marcus Barnes, director, Richland Care Medical Home, Palmetto Health, on:
- Analyzing the effect of the medical home model on the hospital system;
- Engaging hospital and health system leaders in medical home development and implementation;
- Creating partnerships to ensure the success of the medical home model; and
- Developing a sustainable program.
- And more.
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The CD, Training DVD and On-Demand version include all presentation handouts.
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