Chief Healthcare Executive April 10, 2021
Skylar Jeremias

A panel of experts discussed how care coordinating technologies that were employed during the pandemic can help improve home care for patients in a post-COVID-19 world.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced healthcare providers to adopt technologies to help manage referrals and assist in the major shift from skilled nursing facilities to home-based care, according to providers who took part in a webinar this week.

CarePort and WellSky hosted the discussion, “Improving referral management & patient care with breakthrough technologies for home health,” featuring Susan Caputo, BSN, MPA, vice president of Business Development at Visiting Nurse Service of New York, and Mike Gregory, RN, chief patient advocacy officer at Intrepid USA. Each offered a perspective on using care coordination technology, with...

Topics: Health IT, Home, Interview / Q&A, Patient / Consumer, Provider, Technology, Trends
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