Transitions Of Care: Identifying Gaps And Disparities, And Optimizing Home Care Practices To Improve Healthcare Outcomes

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Of the 53 million caregivers in the United States, no two stories are the same. Some are told across decades, others in days. Still more are told in multiple languages across cultural divides. What is common among them all is a desire to help, a struggle to find balance, a need for self-care, and the utter confusion of what to do next. We’ve compiled this ebook to further illustrate these needs with actionable insights that health systems can use to enhance care quality, particularly in home settings for caregivers.

Inside this eBook, made in partnership with Trualta, you’ll find articles on:

1. Understanding the Value of the Home as a Healthcare Site

  • This article explores a new FDA initiative aimed at developing strategies and guidelines for health systems to effectively deliver care in patients’ homes, enhancing patient safety and care quality.

2. Home Caregiver Engagement is Pivotal in Patients’ Care Transitions

  • This piece provides compelling evidence on the role of caregivers as essential components of the healthcare team, crucial for achieving better patient outcomes. For example, active caregiver involvement during care transitions can reduce hospital readmissions by an impressive 17%.

3. Gaps and Racial Disparities Found in Care Transitions

  • By highlighting significant disparities and gaps in the quality of care received by patients of different racial backgrounds through recent surveys, this article underscores the urgent need for healthcare systems to address these inequities to effectively maximize outcomes.

Next in Nursing: Building a Better Workforce

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Re-engineering nursing care is critical, particularly as patient demands change, technology creates once-unimaginable innovations, and staffing remains a challenge.

With a primary nurse model no longer effective, nurse executives are embracing technology and other innovations to adjust and evolve the way care is delivered, so it’s more sustainable for patients and direct caregivers alike.

How to use AI + automation to amplify financial clearance

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Need help overcoming obstacles to patient financial clearance? Start with a holistic strategy — and one powered by front-end automation.

Get powerful results with a holistic strategy.

Healthcare organizations face mounting challenges in financial clearance, from rejections and denials to bad debt and self pay. Rather than focusing on one piece of the puzzle, this eBook offers tactics for creating a holistic strategy, plus specific tips for front-end automation that are proven to produce results.


  1. A true story of how one organization optimized its front-end revenue cycle
  2. Proven tactics to include in your holistic financial clearance strategy
  3. Tips on each workflow to automate for the biggest payoff

Expert panel reveals top initiatives to alleviate stress and cultivate a psychologically supportive workplace

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Nurse burnout has evolved into a pressing concern with far-reaching impacts on staff well-being, workplace culture, and the stability of the workforce. Contributing factors to burnout are complex, stemming in part from insufficient preparation for the demands facing new nurses, the exhaustive nature of long shifts, the challenge of treating sicker patient populations, fragmented technology systems, and the threat of violence in the workplace.

In the "Balancing Burnout: Redesigning Workflows for Psychological Safety" webinar, a HealthLeaders NOW series on Nurse Compensation & Labor and sponsored by ShiftMed, key nursing leaders discussed the critical nature of burnout and actionable strategies CNOs can implement both in the short and long-term.

Prevent denials. Win appeals. A best practice playbook for revenue cycle teams

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Xtend Healthcare

Solving denials requires an intentional, end-to-end strategy. From contracts to coding, and from staffing to training, make sure you are on course for revenue cycle success. For actionable best practices, check out our denials playbook today.


Keeping a Virtual Eye on Patients - HealthLeaders webinar: How telesitter programs are boosting patient safety while cutting costs

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Collette Health

As healthcare systems increasingly adopt virtual observation programs, or “telesitting,” to enhance patient safety and alleviate strain on care teams, the landscape of patient monitoring is undergoing a transformative shift.

Industry leaders—Ashley Iannazzo, DNP, RN, CNL, senior director of clinical operations at UPMC Center for Nursing Excellence; Christine Gall, DrPH, MS, BSN, chief nursing officer at Collette Health; and Sarah N. Pletcher, MD, MHCDS, vice president and executive medical director of strategic innovation at Houston Methodist System—explored strategies for successfully implementing telesitting programs, during the HealthLeaders webinar “Using Virtual Observation to Improve Patient Safety,” sponsored by Collette Health. Among the highlights, the panel pointed out the importance of technology integration, proper staffing, and securing nurse buy-in.