Resources for Tackling Challenges Across the Care Continuum

April 1, 2021
April 1, 2021

Healthcare beyond the hospital walls has unique and complex challenges. Employee turnover, downward reimbursement pressure, improving transitions of care, and changing regulations make the path forward difficult to navigate. With HealthStream as your partner, you are equipped to take on these challenges with a simple, smart and complete solution—making the hard work you do each day, easier.

We’ve assembled the following resources and upcoming events to power your improvement efforts:

  • Webinar Series: The Transition of Care Across the Continuum
  1. November 2, 2017:
    Home Health CoPs: What You Can Expect for January 2018
  2. November 7, 2017:
    Strategies for Optimizing Care of Older Adults Across the Continuum of Care
  3. November 15, 2017:
    Navigating the Future: Advancing Nursing Practice Across the Care Continuum
  • eBook: Healthcare Trends Beyond the Hospital Walls

    The landscape of care across the continuum continues to gain importance. The transition to value-based purchasing, the rise of new care models and rapidly changing mandates create a complex set of challenges for healthcare leaders, many of whom have traditionally focused most of their attention on the inpatient environment. It is quite a mind-shift to go from filling beds to counting unique visitors, but with change comes significant opportunity. In this eBook, we will reveal the trends that will impact healthcare across care settings, arming you with information to strategically navigate change with success.

  • Second Opinions Podcast: Episode 8: Vickie Harris: The Transition to Value-Based Care: Closing the Gap Between Acute and Non-Acute Care
    In this episode of the Second Opinions podcast, we spoke to Vickie Harris, the President and founder of QEC Partners, and the current board chair of the Middle Tennessee Council on Aging, about how post-acute and non-acute providers will need to adapt to survive in the world of value-based care. Listen to hear why Vickie has a reputation as an innovative and strategic thought leader related to care system improvement and integration that supports person-centered services.

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