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A Care Coordination Model That Benefits All

by Andrew Scutro, Senior Associate, Communications

If you follow us on Twitter, you may have seen a recent tweet or two about the free webinar we held at lunchtime yesterday focused on getting care coordination right. You’ve missed it by now, but you can always attend our webinars on-demand, whenever you have time. For this one in particular, just register here.

If you aren’t dialed into the issues of care coordination, you should be. It matters whether you are sending patients from your practice or receiving them at a hospital, a lab, an imaging center, or a specialty practice. Changes in the current and often fast-moving health care landscape are making the efficient exchange of patient information more important than ever before.

Why? Well, that’s what the webinar is for. But until you log on, think about how the right solution can cut down on denials, redundant work, errors, and worse, compromised patient care.

At athenahealth, we’ve developed a sustainable model for care coordination that benefits everyone in the circle of care. It saves time, encourages participation and effectively “closes the loop” on patient care.

Take part in our care coordination webinar today.

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