With the public health emergency scheduled to expire, the DEA has proposed rules that put patients at risk of “not getting critical, clinically appropriate medications, which in turn puts their lives at risk,” said Dr. Joseph Kvedar. In this blog, he provides information on how leaders can get involved and help prevent a “potential public health crisis.”
As healthcare organizations strive to provide a seamless experience across the continuum, patient identification becomes increasingly important, according to our panelists. “We need to make sure we have the right patient at the right time, and the correct match for that patient.”
The topics that resonated most with our readers this year? Care coordination and leadership through crisis, according to our most-viewed blogs.
Although technology has made huge strides since data sharing initiatives were first launched, unanswered questions still remain – particularly around people and processes, said our panelists during a recent webinar.
With its innovative Field Paramedic and hospital-at-home programs, Circle Health is creating new models that strive to provide right level of care for patients, at the right time, according to Emily Young, VP of Population Health and Transformation.