SNFs: It’s Time to Deliver More Complex Care. Are you Ready?
The paradigm of post-acute care is shifting, with hospitals, payers, and patients looking for alternatives to skilled nursing stays. To thrive in this changing landscape, SNFs must successfully care for sicker residents with more complex needs. Your success now requires an innovative, multidisciplinary approach and a higher level of physician engagement.
Leveraging Anesthesia Teams to Create a World-Class Surgery Center
There is no indication that the trend of increasing volume and case complexity at ASCs is slowing. ASCs need to differentiate by creating high-quality patient encounters that attract a more significant share of cases. During this webinar, you will learn how your anesthesia program aids in delivering positive experiences to become the ASC of choice for both providers and patients.
Anesthesia: An Opportunity to Deliver Positive Experiences in Your ASC
More surgeries and procedures are conducted at ASCs than ever before, and there is no indication that this trend is slowing. Sound's Anesthesia leadership team shares how your anesthesia program can aid in the delivery of positive experiences to become the ASC of choice for both providers and patients.
5 Keys to Managing Total Cost of Care for Acute Episodes
With 50% of Medicare spending taking place in acute episode of care to 90 days post-discharge, having a value-based care strategy in place for when a patient admits to the hospital is essential. At Sound Physicians, we have learned many lessons in developing our value-based care strategy through managing over 400,000 episodes and $10 billion in at-risk spend. This webinar discusses our 5 keys to managing total cost of care for acute episodes, which help improve care continuity, lower overutilization and adverse outcomes, and support risk-adjustment and quality star ratings.
Elective Surgery, Status, and Throughput
Elective surgery, especially outpatient surgery is continuously involving in technology, outcomes and what we call that time in the facility. Medicare with its 2 MN rule and its planned elimination of the inpatient only list has only further complicated this reality. Learn the evolution of outpatient surgery and how payers have adapted to those changes, how to consider appropriate status for elective surgeries and how that status can change as cases progress, and challenges to efficient throughput and possible solutions.