|Best Practices in Care Coordination - July 19, 2017|
AmeriGas, 460 North Gulph Road
King of Prussia, PA
8:00am - 10:30am
Free for GPBCH Members
Join us on July 19th in the Western Suburbs to hear from Health Advocate and Accolade on Best Practices in Care Coordination.
-Poor care coordination can result in lower employee productivity, poor health outcomes, and higher costs
-The US has the highest rate of poor primary care coordination in 11 countries surveyed*
-Adults with poor primary care coordination are more likely to be hospitalized or visit the ER*
-Inadequate management of care transitions was responsible for $25 to $45 billion in wasteful spending in 2011 through avoidable complications and unnecessary hospital readmissions**
What You'll Learn
Healthcare Navigation organizations offer employers solutions utilizing personalized patient advocacy, data and technology to provide clinical support and care coordination for their employees and dependents. This approach can result in improved outcomes, reduced costs and increased employee productivity and satisfaction. Our presenters from Health Advocate and Accolade will discuss their best practice approaches and case studies from Severn Trent and AmeriGas for employers to address problems with care coordination and take away actionable solutions.
Contact Eric Croft at firstname.lastname@example.org about registration.
* J. Penm, N. J. MacKinnon, S. M. Strakowski, J. Ying, and M. M. Doty, “Minding the Gap: Factors Associated with Primary Care Coordination of Adults in 11 Countries,” Annals of Family Medicine, March/April 2017 15(2):113–19. http://www.annfammed.org/content/15/2/113.full
** Health Policy Brief: Care Transitions,” Health Affairs, September 13, 2012. http://healthaffairs.org/healthpolicybriefs/brief_pdfs/healthpolicybrief_76.pdf
|GPBCH Annual Wellness Summit - Stress and Pain - September 12, 2017|
Convene (formerly The Hub) - Cira Centre, 2929 Arch Street
7:30am - 4:30pm
The GPBCH Annual Wellness Summit will focus on “Stress and Pain.” The first half of the program will examine the role of stress on physical health and well-being and on service utilization and costs, and will then showcase employer solutions to managing stress, including mindfulness training, Mental Health First Aid, and web- and app-based technologies. The “pain” portion of the agenda will review information on the impact of pain and opioid abuse on worker health, and provide practical advice for employers for looking at their data, offering effective treatment programs and resources, and identifying community-based resources to support their efforts. Click on the Eventbrite link below to register.