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How to Drive Better Outcomes in a Changing Regulatory Environment

The regulatory burden on healthcare providers is in constant flux.

From the 21st Century Cures Act to Electronic Prescriptions for Controlled Substances (EPCS) and everything in between, maintaining compliance in an ever-evolving regulatory environment can be overwhelming.

But increased complexity doesn’t have to mean diminished returns or care delivery outcomes.

In this changing regulatory environment, the right partner will help you understand and update processes when needed, help influence at the policy level, and ensure you deliver and prove the best possible outcomes.

Read on to learn three strategies for driving better outcomes, despite a shifting regulatory environment.

Compliance Through Consistency

Ongoing regulatory compliance can be challenging for providers already strapped for resources.

Becoming—and staying—compliant comes down to the right technology and the right data.

The power of a single, connected platform ensures your entire business uses the same tools, guaranteeing consistent practices, confident in‐the‐moment decisions, and the ability to achieve better outcomes faster.

A truly connected platform also enables standardized protocols and workflows. Armed with the ability to access resident care records in real‐time and input new information at the point‐of‐care, you can ensure all care needs are managed and planned for, all while reducing avoidable adverse events.

Using data to continuously optimize care workflows generates valuable insights that will help create and inform ongoing best practices at your facility.

Influence at the Policy Level

The right partner will advocate for you at the policy level because—let’s face it—lawmakers need to invest in the healthcare community.

Pressing issues include proper funding of Medicaid, enabling providers to hire the best talent and offer competitive wages and benefits, electronic visit verification (EVV), and compliance.

To ensure these issues are properly voiced and addressed, you must assess your technology partner’s priorities to determine if they align with your organizational needs.

Deliver and Prove Better Outcomes

Get even more out of your data with analytics, data visualization, and interactive dashboards that ensure you always have the right data to drive and prove better outcomes.

You can transform the way you measure, manage, and report by using consistent measures that speak to the specialized care your organization provides.

With timely analytics and real‐time electronic health record (EHR) reporting, you can improve your reputation within the community, stay compliant, easily prove your value, and showcase your strengths to your network partners.

Strengthening the connection between care teams and data represents a turning point in the relationship between acute and post‐acute partners. It unlocks the potential to scale case management, operate a high‐performance preferred partner network, and enhance care outcomes.

To learn more about how data can help you stay compliant and achieve better outcomes

February 11, 2022