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Transitional Care, One of the Most Important Quality and Business Case Opportunities in Healthcare for CAHs and PPS Hospitals
April 2 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm MDTFree – $160
Rural residents across the country have access to fewer healthcare services, lower economic and insurance status, fewer physicians per capita, and higher chronic disease rates than their urban peers. More rural hospitals have closed recently than in the prior 15 years combined. Maintaining long-term viability of critical access hospitals will be essential for rural healthcare delivery. Furthermore, 20% of Medicare patients are hospitalized each year and almost half require care after being discharged from the hospital to assist them in their recovery from serious illness. Allevant, developed by Mayo Clinic and Select Medical, helps critical access hospitals thrive by establishing Transitional Post-Acute Care Programs. The Transitional Care Program is centered on teamwork, communication, and collaboration providing benefits to the CAH, PPS Hospitals, and most importantly patients in rural communities.
- Understand how critical access hospitals can lead the way in post-acute care.
- Recognize the key factors to positively impact culture, marketing, process reengineering, team and patient-centered care.
- Be able to communicate the value of the MENDS model in addressing healthcare burnout.
CEOs/Administrators, Clinical Leaders, Physician Leaders
Mark Lindsay, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. He has practiced at Mayo Clinic Health System Eau Claire since 1997. He served as Quality Officer for Mayo Clinic Health System from 2006-2010 supporting Quality, Patient Safety and Service Excellence for 19 hospitals and 70 clinics in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. His Master’s project from the USC School of Business was the development of 11 Transitional Care programs in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. He presently serves as Medical Director for Allevant supporting rural healthcare post-acute pathways.
Jordan Tenenbaum, MHA, serves as Executive Vice President of Allevant Solutions. Jordan served as CEO for Select Specialty Hospital – St. Louis, part of Select Medical’s 109 long-term acute care (LTAC) hospitals and 18 rehabilitation hospitals. As an executive with extensive health care experience in the for-profit, non-profit and academic-based sectors, Jordan received a Bachelor’s in Kinesiology at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and a Master’s in Hospital Administration from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Monica Bourgeau, MS, serves as Vice President, Business Development of Allevant Solutions. Monica has more than 20 years of experience in healthcare leadership positions, including nearly ten years leading national rural healthcare transformation programs for critical access hospitals. She has a Master’s in Management with an emphasis on Organizational Leadership from Warner Pacific College, and a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Colorado State University.
March 26; 5:00 p.m. MDT