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?

Sign up today for the webinar Home as the New Care Setting: Are You Ready? on May 18, at Noon ET.

Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah, Dina Chief Medical Officer Maryann Lauletta, MD, FACHE, and Healthlink Advisors VP of Care Innovation Tina Burbine will review 4 strategies to help ACOs begin to transition to home-centered care:

1. Look beyond traditional Medicare-cover services like skilled nursing and home health care. Meal delivery, transportation and home modification are examples of some of the services needed to successfully manage care.

2. Activate technology to “manage by exception” and support complex and chronic condition patients in the home setting.

3. Increase patient engagement to address health equity and social determinant needs.

4. Leverage home-based data to identify opportunities for proactive interventions.

This webinar is sponsored by FLAACOS. Register today for Home as the New Care Setting: Are You Ready? on May 18 at Noon ET. Sign up here.

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