Empowering Veteran Patients through Digital Education How Digitizing Education Can Help Deliver Better Outcomes

Empowering Veteran Patients through Digital Education

Discover how two Southeastern Veterans Affairs Healthcare System saw a decrease in Hospital-Wide All-Cause 30-Day Readmission Rates as more patients engaged with personalized video education. An educated patient is less likely to be readmitted, making brief video education a highly valuable component of the treatment plan.

On-Demand Webinar: How Digital SDOH Screening & Navigation Drives Action and Reduces Administrative Burden

On-Demand Webinar: How Digital SDOH Screening & Navigation Drives Action and Reduces Administrative Burden

Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) screening and navigation is critical to providing whole person care in today’s healthcare landscape. But many health systems struggle to screen for social needs, accurately document patient needs, and close the loop on resource referrals. In this on-demand webinar, you’ll hear from our expert, Chelsea King Arthur, VP of Ambulatory

On-Demand Webinar: Federal Community of Practice

Discover how the infection control team at the Salem VA leveraged Get Well technology to improve hand hygiene practices at the facility and reduce HAI’s. You’ll also learn how four VISN 21 VA Medical Centers successfully reduced fall rates in their facilities while realizing cost-savings of over $5.5M in this 45-minute on-demand webinar.

Digital Library Improves the Veteran Patient Experience

Digital Library Provides Extended Access for Veteran Patients

How creating access to a digital library, in lieu of a physical library, improved Veteran patient experience. Dana Kear, Client Success Manager Reading books is a long-recognized method to improve mental health & wellbeing. Books can enrich our lives, but could they have health benefits as well? Researchers at Yale studied recorded submissions of 5,635

Bringing Age-Friendly Care to the Veteran Bedside

How a Southeast Veterans Affairs Medical Center revolutionized a national Age-Friendly Care movement to better care for people aged 65+. Dennis Shuman, Client Success Manager The IHI (Institute for Healthcare Improvement) has spearheaded the Age-Friendly Health Systems initiative – an action plan to address the growing challenge of reliably providing evidence-based practice to every older

Infographic: SDOH Collection Readiness

Chelsea King Arthur, DrPH, VP, Ambulatory Products & Analytics This year, provider organizations are required to collect data on the social needs of all admitted patients.  While 2023 was the trial run for most organizations, 2024 isn’t proving to be much better, as teams battle internally to determine how and what should be the standardized