Wednesday, August 19, 2020 | 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET
Being a care coordinator working directly with individuals with complex health and social needs is no small task. Activate Care’s Brooke Sabia, a former care coordinator for long-term services and supports, is no stranger to the fragmentation and lack of coordination in healthcare and social services. These are a huge source of frustration for patients, and also barriers to delivering high-quality care and making progress in efforts to reduce the cost of care.
What tools do care coordinators have in their toolkit to do this job well? The best care coordination platforms include client tracking tools to see where people are in the health and social care system, longitudinal shared plans of care to keep all members of the care team centered around the needs and goals of their clients, and real-time alerts and notifications of critical information. When care coordination programs purchase software systems that deliver these tools to care coordinators in the field, everybody wins.
Hear real-life stories of how a care coordinator survived without, and then flourished with, care coordination tools from Activate Care.
About the MasterClass Host: Brooke Sabia