These onboarding resources will jump start your journey into patient-centered care.
A care plan is a detailed approach to patient care that is customized to a patient's needs, goals, and preferences. In order for care plans to be successful, the patient must be an engaged partner in the care planning process.
In order to have an effective population-based care delivery system, practices will need to access data and analyze their patient population to identify care opportunities and target audiences who may be at higher risk or who need additional support.
We've heard all our lives that, to be fair, you should treat everybody the same. The challenge is that not everyone is the same—and these differences can lead to critical disparities in not only how patients access healthcare, but also their health outcomes. My Diverse Patients features robust educational resources to help support you in addressing these disparities. You will find:
- Continuing Medical Education (CME) learning experiences about disparities, potential contributing factors, and opportunities to enhance care
- Real life stories about the unique challenges patients face
- Tips and techniques for working with your diverse patient population to promote improvement in health outcomes
Accelerate your journey to becoming your patients’ trusted healthcare partner by visiting MyDiversePatients.com.
Targeting readmissions will help identify opportunities to ensure patients are getting the right care, at the right time, and in the most cost effective/appropriate healthcare setting.
Reducing Readmissions Workflow Template Transitional Care Protocol Transitional Care Checklist Transitional Care Plan Template Transitional Care Agreement Transitional Care Contact List Patient Outreach/Post-Discharge Script Barriers to Care Patient Self-Assessment Resource Library Template
Providers can reduce the total cost of care by eliminating unnecessary or wasteful services and identifying the most cost-effective healthcare professional for a given service.