Disability-Competent Care Conversation On Care Coordination With ICS

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Overview

Description: 
Individuals with disabilities dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid are at higher risk for poor health outcomes when compared to individuals without disabilities.[1]  This conversation, in collaboration with ICS, will provide a platform for questions to be answered on how health plans and providers can improve health outcomes for this population by addressing gaps in care coordination that often disrupt continuity of care and lead to fragmentation of care.

This conversation will focus on the key elements of and strategies to improve care coordination, including the role of interdisciplinary teams. Representatives from ICS will answer your care coordination questions. We encourage attendees to submit questions for ICS ahead of time using any of the three options below:

Send an email with your questions to [email protected]. Your personal and/or organizational information will not be shared during the live event or after.
Use direct message on Twitter to send your questions to @Integrate_care.
Complete the registration for the event and include your question in the designated textbox.
Intended Audience:

This conversation is intended for a wide range of stakeholders - health plans, providers, and other health care professionals who serve individuals dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid - to address gaps in coordinating care for individuals with disabilities.

[1]Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation. (2016). Report to Congress: Social Risk Factors and Performance under Medicare’s Value Based Purchasing Programs. Pages 177 –221

Instructions: 
After clicking the registration link hosted on https://www.resourcesforintegratedcare.com/ and completing the registration form, you will receive an email from [email protected]ng event log-on information. The email also contains an attachment that, when opened, will save the event log-on information to an Outlook calendar.

On the day of the live event, please use the web link to join the webinar. You can access the platform using a computer, smart phone, or tablet. The audio portion of the presentation will automatically stream through your computer/device speakers. Please make sure that the volume on your speakers is turned up. Phone dial-in information will also be available during the live event if you are unable to listen to the audio through the computer/device speakers.

For individuals that will be away from a computer, smart phone, or tablet on the day of the live webinar event, please email us at [email protected] to request dial-in information

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