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May 18-20, 2020 | Cleveland, OH

Coordinating Care for Complex, High-Utilizing Patients

May 19, 2020
11:30am - 12:10pm
Room 23

 During this session, the speaker will highlight how the Familiar Faces and Complex Care Programs at Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University School of Medicine developed in response to improve care, enhance outcomes and increase institutional capacity. The care management programs address the diverse needs of patients who present frequently to the emergency department, often with subsequent hospitalization. 

The session will outline key elements of program structure, development and data analytics. Then, using case studies the physician and case management presenters will share approaches, insights, and challenges in providing care to an often difficult-to-manage patient population.

Takeaways:

  • Identify essential program elements, including personnel, data analytics, and community referral resources, essential to implement a care management program for high-utilizing, high-need patients.

  • Recognize the proper patient population best-suited to benefit from intensive resources to improve health and optimize efficiency.

  • Gain insight into opportunities and processes to implement similar programs within their own facilities from case studies demonstrating the dynamic case management of patients with diverse and complex needs 

Speakers

Randy
Jotte
Emergency Physician, Physician Advisor
Washington University

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