Four Webinar Recordings Focused on the Continuum of Care

April 1, 2021
April 1, 2021

Solving big problems in healthcare, retention and turnover in healthcare staff, is part of HealthStream’s DNA and a principle that we’ve enshrined in our corporate constitution. Below you’ll find links to multiple recorded Webinars about overcoming challenges common to organizations working across the continuum of care.

Strategies for Optimizing Care of Older Adults Across the Continuum of Care

As healthcare providers, we must pay special attention to the transition of older adults within the continuum of care. Safe transitions across settings requires a strong team, attention to detail, and shared decision making with patient and family. The National Transitions of Care Coalition offers healthcare teams 7 essential interventions that can optimize patient transitions. In this webinar, we are joined by experts from Duke University to discuss how integrating these 7 interventions with a deep understanding of issues impacting older adults such as medication management, delirium prevention, and malnutrition can ensure successful transitions and optimize your patient outcomes. Let's team up and improve the confidence of all healthcare providers with respect to care for the elderly in care transitions across the continuum. 

Navigating the Future: Advancing Nursing Practice Across the Care Continuum

This webinar presents a compelling and thoughtful narrative on advancing nursing practice across the continuum of care by understanding the essential role of registered nurses (RNs) in care coordination and transition management. An exemplar describes how new payment and delivery models recognizing care coordination and transition management are imperative to keeping pace with a value-based health care payment system. 

Home Health CoPs: What You Can Expect in 2018

The Medicare and Medicaid Conditions of Participation (CoP) for Home Health have been revised for the first time in almost twenty years! These new CoPs include notable changes to standards related to care planning, patient rights, quality assessment and performance improvement (QAPI) and infection control. In this webinar, Gina Mazza, Fazzi’s industry expert in Regulatory and Compliance activities, offers a focused overview of the key changes you should know as well as recommendations and additional resources. Join us to ensure you are prepared for these changes, which take effect in January of 2018. 

How CPR Training Translates Across the Continuum of Care

Hosparus, a multi-state home health and hospice organization, implemented the HeartCode program in 2016. Learn about this organizations time, cost, and quality benefits of implementing a standardized CPR training solution.