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A doctor using a tablet to review the long-term care insights that are important to her

Connecting Care Settings at HIMSS

Industry shifts and regulatory changes, such as the move to a Fee-for-Outcome model, are driving the need for health systems and senior care providers to be more interoperable in an effort to achieve better care coordination across the continuum. With the right data connections, care providers, and their health system partners, will have the right information to make the best care delivery decisions that create the best possible health outcomes.

Close collaboration helps ensure patients are placed into the right care setting after discharge from hospitals, increasing the likelihood of a swift recovery. Additionally, by working together, health systems and LTPAC providers can achieve an appropriate length of stay for each patient, reduce hospital readmissions, and improve care efficiencies.

Empowering health systems, with the visibility required to support a truly coordinated and collaborative approach to care, is no small feat, but will provide healthcare partners with the patient insights required for true coordinated care.

PointClickCare at HIMSS 2018
Next week, we’ll be participating in the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference in Las Vegas, NV. This is the first time our organization will be participating in the conference, which brings together health technology experts and organizations to provide attendees with the cutting-edge solutions and unique networking opportunities needed to solve their biggest health information and technology challenges.

As the leading technology platform for the LTPAC market today, we have the largest single repository of senior care insights. Through our best-in-class interoperability tools, we are able to support both LTPAC providers and health systems as they look to expand their partnership, helping to improve care coordination.

During our time at HIMSS, I’ll be presenting on what our team is doing to enable care coordination conversations across the continuum. If you’re attending HIMSS next week, be sure to attend my presentation in the Solution Lab at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 6 or visit our team at Booth #1373.

Click here to learn more about HIMSS, and check out our post, Picking the Right Care Partner, on narrowing networks.

February 27, 2018