Videos and Webinars
Dina streamlines in-home network management and benefits coordination. Scroll through our video resources and case studies to learn more.
How did the SCAN coordination team boost productivity by 400% and decrease the time it took to initiate services from weeks to days? In this short video, Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah shares highlights from our partnership with SCAN, and why they’re ready to expand services into new markets.
The healthcare regulatory landscape is evolving, and it’s crucial for health plans to adapt and stay ahead. Topics covered in this webinar include: Program/benefit design and targeting, utilization tracking and reporting, measuring the impact of supplemental benefits, and selecting the right partners to drive progress
Consumers expect easy access to a myriad of in-home and supplemental benefits and services. When it’s not easy, Star ratings can fall and members may churn. But coordinating home-based SSBCI and LTSS benefits is a time-consuming and inefficient process. Watch this short video to see how Dina improves the process.
Listen in as Dawn Maroney at Alignment Health Plan, John Petito at SCAN Health Plan, Anne Tumlinson at ATI Advisory, and Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah discuss how to leverage home-centered and other emerging services to attract and retain members. This webinar was moderated by Eric Glazer at Bright Spots in Healthcare
Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah discusses the challenges in transitioning care from hospital to home and offers a step-by-step blueprint to create an exceptional transition-to-home care model.
Preventable hospital readmissions cost the healthcare system approximately $25 billion a year, and it is estimated that one out of every five Medicare patients is readmitted to the hospital within 30 days of discharge. Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah is joined by healthcare leaders from Equality Health, Bluestone Physician Services, and United Regional Health Care System to share strategies for lowering costs, reducing readmission rates for chronic care patients, and improving the effectiveness of transitions of care.
Many Accountable Care Organizations find that delivering care in the home provides a lower-cost and more comfortable setting for patients, and can help people with complex and chronic care needs manage their conditions in a lower-acuity setting. How do you activate new care-at-home models and deliver measurable quality improvements in a cost-effective manner?
In this episode of Becker’s podcast, Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Director of the NewCourtland Center for Transitions and Health Dr. Mary Naylor, and ArchAngels CEO Alexandra Drane share about the growth in Medicare Advantage, what MA plans can do now to support people as they receive care at home, and how that differs from fee-for-service, with Supplemental Benefits as the perfect example.
As care-at-home accelerates, health plans play an important role in making home-based care more accessible and available to their members. In an insider conversation, Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah and leaders from CareCentrix and Healthfirst share how LTSS and Supplemental Benefits networks are designed and managed, why health plans value “boots on the ground,” and how to partner with plans to drive outcomes.
COVID-19 has accelerated the need for care-at-home solutions, and many opportunities exist to transfer certain care to the home. Learn how Jefferson Health aligned its resources to manage thousands of patients in their homes during the pandemic. See how they now use digital technology to manage people with chronic conditions in their homes.
Dina is revolutionizing post-acute care by simplifying case management, reducing readmission rates, and improving the patient experience. Learn more about Dina and what drives us to make a difference in healthcare.
With a rapidly aging population, Philadelphia is facing challenges to provide access to the right care and enable seniors to age at home. Learn from BAYADA Home Health Care, Genesis Powerback Center City and Jefferson Health and see how Dina is enabling simplified communication and better outcomes for patients.
By simplifying communication with post-acute providers, Dina has drastically improved patient outcomes at three Northwestern Medicine hospitals. From lowered readmissions to increased patient seen rates, hear from Northwestern’s case management team on how the platform has transformed processes and partner relationships.
It is no secret that seniors are the fastest growing population and they have the most complex healthcare needs. The majority of senior adults also want to remain in a place that is familiar and comfortable: their home. Dina helps providers gain visibility into the home to help seniors get the support and resources they need to age in place.