The changing landscape of healthcare delivery, with the increasing demands for better quality at lower reimbursement levels, has placed tremendous pressure on providers and health systems to respond with more innovative, patient-centric approaches to care delivery. Health Information Network, a premiere advisory service for healthcare executives, has invited the Clinical Health Coach training program of the Iowa Chronic Care Consortium (ICCC) and the Ochsner Health System (OHS) to conduct an in-depth briefing on June 19th at 1:30pm eastern on how an evidence-based health coach strategy can deliver superior results in a value-based delivery model.
During this session, Dr. William Appelgate, Executive Director of the ICCC and Alicia Vail, RN, of OHS to discuss how implementing a clinic-centric health coach program can be one of the simplest, most immediate and most impactful actions that a practice, clinic or hospital can do to improve quality, cost, revenues and the patient experience. This session is ideally suited to the practice or hospital executive, nurse manager, innovation lead, or other staff now evaluating opportunities to improve performance and otherwise prepare for the transition to value-based care delivery arrangements.
To learn more about this event and to register, simply click here and you’ll be directed to the HIN website.