Exhibit Opportunity 2015 | Transitions of Care
A Conference for Healthcare Professionals
June 25, 2015
At the core of a transformed healthcare practice is an efficient, effective process that addresses one of the most costly of healthcare expenditures: care transitions.
Core competencies for effective transitions encompass more than discharge instructions, good handoffs and telephone follow-up. A recent comprehensive synthesis of evidence reveals that the most effective transitions programs employ several unique interventions and emphasize the provision of self-management support. Improving the quality of transitional care is a complex problem that requires a multifaceted approach (Leppin et al., JAMA, 2014).
The Integrated Care Model (ICM) Transitions of Care (TOC) program, administered by the Sutter Center for Integrated Care (SCIC), was developed to promote successful transitions of care across providers, settings and time, for providers working with individuals and their families. This intensive and interactive training session equips participants with multifaced approaches to care transitions that enhance patient engagement and reduce avoidable readmissions by focusing on self-management support, health literacy and patient-centered care.
ICM-TOC trained organizations report a 38%-87% reduction rate of re-admissions among target populations. The program leverages proven best practices along with SCIC faculty experience with model deployment nationwide in a variety of healthcare settings.
Care coordinators, care navigators, health coaches and case managers across a variety of provider settings (Home and Community Care, Acute Care, MD Practice, Long-Term Care, Private Duty and Tele-support Services)
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