Dina CEO Ashish V. Shah will join leaders from CareCentrix, the leader in home-based and post-acute care (PAC) solutions, in the webinar, “Intelligently and Virtually Managing Social Determinants of Health,” April 21 from 12:30-1:30 CST.

Register here to attend the webinar.

The hour-long discussion will explore the relationship between effectively addressing patients’ health-related social needs and achieving quality improvement goals through the virtual delivery of post-acute services. Panelists will provide a systematic analysis of key social determinants of health (SDOH) and how to recognize patterns in health management data that signal unmet social needs and drive costs.

To achieve success in today’s healthcare landscape, social needs must be managed in an intelligent and virtual way.

Key Webinar Takeaways

The webinar will cover the need for providers and health plan administrators to:

  • Optimize post-acute care networks and enable personalized data-driven decisions at the point of hospital discharge.
  • Leverage data to achieve increased saving and better patient outcomes.
  • Address challenges and opportunities in managing SDOH and their application in PAC management.

Register Now

This program is part of the AHIP (America’s Health Insurance Plans) National Health Policy Conference, which is now being held remotely. Follow the link here to register or find additional information.

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