Managing Transitions to Care for Medicare Patients to Avoid Costly Inpatient Admissions

Thursday, December 14th, 2006
This post was written by Melanie Matthews

Miscommunication during the care transition puts elderly patients at risk for reduced quality of care, poorer outcomes and unnecessary procedures, according to Gregg Lehman, president and CEO of Inspiris. He defines the key players on the care transition team, suggests strategies for improving communications during this crucial phase and describes his organization’s approach to dual eligibles who find themselves at this healthcare crossroad. Click here to listen to Gregg’s comments. Lehman, along with Danielle Butin, director of health services at Oxford Health Plans, a United Healthcare Company, described how their organizations are coordinating the care of Medicare patients as they transition through the healthcare system to minimize costly episodes of care during a November 30th audio conference, Managing Transitions to Care for Medicare Patients to Avoid Costly Inpatient Admissions. For more information, please visit: Managing Transitions to Care for Medicare Patients to Avoid Costly Inpatient Admissions

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