Access to timely care – and the right level of care – is a cornerstone of healthcare. Not only is a patients access to care critical – sometimes life or death, but the quality of care received throughout the patients length of stay is just as important. And patient care ties directly to satisfaction scores which is something all hospitals / health systems monitor. Add to those challenges – manual vs. automated processes, a change in payer mix, consolidations & labor shortages – which is why having a strategic plan in place becomes more important than ever.
A few weeks ago, we were in New York City and Chicago for an executive forum focused on patient access and patient flow. Throughout the course of some great discussions, we had the opportunity to learn how some of you are dealing with the issue of access and what you’re still working through. There are a lot of common issues and some common solutions. Executive Healthcare Advisor and Board Member Tim Chapman, talked about five key imperatives in the most recent issue of TeleTracking’s Patient Flow Quarterly™.
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If you missed our Patient Access Executive Forum in New York or Chicago, consider joining us in Denver on September 8, 2016 at the Magnolia Hotel. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-331-3603.