Patients have been very clear: They want care that is convenient and accessible, personalized and streamlined — and often, delivered outside of the hospital. By 2025, expenditures on in-home care services for Medicare fee-for-service and Medicare Advantage beneficiaries could reach $265 billion, creating new challenges and opportunities for the technology that powers the distributed care model.
But to deploy this model effectively, healthcare organizations need a comprehensive view of the patient journey that enables accurate patient identification and connection to the right care and treatments at the right place and time.
Phani Konduru, Chief Digital and Technology Officer of BrightSpring Health Services and Sara Herdman, VP Product Marketing Verato discuss insights and experience managing the distributed care model, home health and prescription delivery with key digital enhancements.
Tune in for insights on:
Challenges and impacts of distributed care and where this trend is headed
Key operational tenets to serve complex populations with multiple comorbidities and polypharmacy — close to or at home
Tech stack must-haves to enable distributed care, virtual care or home health services
Lessons learned for emerging healthcare technology leaders embarking on a similar journey