The right patient care, at the right time, and in the right care setting can be an elusive goal for hospitals and nursing homes caring for complex patients. Too often, barriers to complex patient care have resulted in delayed discharges from hospitals and hindered admissions to nursing homes and other post-acute care settings. The barriers to complex patient care have been identified, examined, and debated. But now, with a focused effort by hospitals and their post-acute care partners, some of those barriers are beginning to break. In this complimentary virtual conference, hear from your colleagues who have implemented innovative approaches to complex patient care transitions. The conference will feature Wisconsin hospitals and their nursing home partners discussing how they are improving complex patient care. It will also feature forward-looking insights from the administrator of the Wisconsin Division of Quality Assurance and a report on federal activity by WHA’s federal lobbying team.
Participants will be presented with strategies and innovative approaches to dealing with the challenges of post-acute care.
All hospital staff involved with post-acute care, including CNOs, Discharge Planners, Quality, Compliance and General Counsel.
This event is complimentary.
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