A new program launched by Cleveland Clinic Home Care pairs triage nurses and virtualist physicians, who answer calls from concerned patients at home and, when possible, offer plans of care to keep them there and out of the hospital.
The changing healthcare landscape has been presenting opportunities for new roles in the nursing profession. Earlier this year, CQD talked to ACNOs Meredith Foxx and Kristine Adams to get their insight on emerging roles in the primary care setting. This article provides overall changes as well updates since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Cleveland Clinic is creating a sustainable model that allows for comprehensive healthcare in the home environment for patients with acute conditions. Learn more about what’s driving this growing need for home care nursing.
Cleveland Clinic is part of a nationwide network of healthcare providers developing home-based primary care education with support from the Home Centered Care Institute. Cleveland Clinic hosted its first training conference in December 2017.
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In this Q&A, ACNO Kristine Adams shares her thoughts about care coordination, the future of population health management, and how care management and transitions of care lead to population health improvements.