2013 Summit: Models that Work
January 30, 11:15AM-12:15AM Panel III: Identifying and Replicating Best Practices in Clinical and Community Models
A growing evidence base shows that interdisciplinary approaches to care management driven by the ill person’s goals and values increase quality of life and satisfaction with care for people with advanced illness, their families, and clinicians, while also reducing costs through the incorporation of new services.
During this session, palliative care, home health, hospice, and community leaders will discuss best practice clinical and community models for caring for people with advanced illness. Join panelists in the following breakout session to address the action steps needed to integrate these innovative interventions into coordinated, comprehensive, system-wide advanced care delivery models that can be replicated in communities across the country.
- Tom Smith, Johns Hopkins University
- Eric Anderson, Allina Health System
- Bill Borne, Amedisys
- Daniel Johnson, Kaiser Permanente
- Christy Whitney, Hospice Innovations Group
Summit Dates and Location: January 29-30, 2013 at National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20148
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To register visit our website: https://www.signup4.net/Public/ap.aspx?EID=2013486E. This site also features information about the program, travel, and hotel accommodations
Westover Consultants, Inc. is the logistics coordinator. Direct registration questions to Stephanie Crews, Conference Coordinator, at (301) 657-5809 or email@example.com. Questions about the program may be directed to Georgette Spanjich, C-TAC’s Director of Operations, at (202) 434-7455 or GMSpanjich@advancedcarecoalition.org.