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Wayne, Pa. (June 8, 2017)—Health care consulting firm McBee leaders, Martin Brutscher, CEO, and Keith Boroch, Assistant Vice President — Post-Acute Consulting, will moderate engaging panel discussions on pre-acute home health strategies and health system partnerships during Post Acute Link in Chicago, IL.
Boroch will moderate the panel “The Strategies Around Pre-Acute Home Health Care,” on Monday, June 12. The discussion will focus on the delivery of home health care before an acute episode. Home care executives will share how they foresee their organizations — and the industry — becoming players in this ongoing movement toward population health management. Panelists will discuss the prevention of unwarranted inpatient admissions and spell out the economic path that turns pre-acute from a private-pay model into a long-term strategy within a value-based payment structure.
Martin Brutscher, Chief Executive Officer, will moderate the panel “Exceptional Partnering with Health Systems,” on Tuesday, June 13. The discussion will emphasize the importance developing strong referral relationships with health systems. The panel will canvass SNFs, home care, and health systems to discover the best practices in the tightest relationships. Attendees will walk away with a roadmap on how they can join this inner circle.
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