Staffing Strategies for Chronic Care Management to Improve Outcomes


Adaptive Staffing Models by Clinical Conditions to Improve Patient Outcomes, Efficiency, and Organizational Capacity


Workforce shortages require rethinking current staffing level to improve outcomes and increase productivity. Our webinar examines real-life, tried and true staffing models. Best practices examine staffing models by medical conditions such as ortho, COPD, and on patient admission criteria. These staffing models improve patient outcomes, efficiency, and organizational capacity.

In this webinar, we discuss:

  • Tailored staffing models for orthopedic surgery are at home.
  • Non-traditional staffing models for COPD clinical models in the home.
  • Staffing models based on patient admission criteria.
  • Additional resource allocations to optimize productivity.
  • Healthcare and home care trends supporting expanded clinical models at home.

Multidisciplinary Team Staffing Models to Improve Retention, Productivity, and Continuity of Care


In home-based care, the skills gap is widening, while patient care needs increase and become more complex. Multidisciplinary teams can work collaboratively to increase productivity and improve patient outcomes to achieve a patient-aligned care team. To sustain care quality and patient outcomes, providers should explore team-based staff models that co-invest in workers’ capabilities and support clinicians working at the top of their licenses.

High-functioning clinical teams are essential for the delivery of high-value healthcare and have been associated with decreased workloads, increased efficiency, improved quality of care, improved patient outcomes, and decreased clinician burnout/turnover.

In this webinar, we explore:

  • Best practices to improve clinical productivity in team-based care.
  • RN and LPN team staffing strategies.
  • Therapy and rehab staffing models.
  • How to develop roles for professional ancillary disciplines within the home-based team model.
  • Vertical and horizontal career development to improve staff engagement and promote retention.

Staffing Strategies for Chronic Care Management to Improve Outcomes


Patient care is rapidly shifting into the home. Chronically ill patients must be engaged and connected with appropriate clinical support. The challenges of managing at-risk patients will require implementing an expanded cross-disciplinary approach to improve continuity of care for selected patients. The utilization of an interprofessional team ensures the patient’s health, and that social needs are met.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • Chronic care management by risk levels.
  • Most appropriate staffing model, utilizing a team approach, by frequency of services.
  • Trends in chronic care in home-based care.
  • Interdisciplinary team models for chronically ill patients at high risk for hospitalization.
  • Hospital-at-Home challenges.
  • Advanced illness management.
  • 30-day readmission strategies.
  • Patient engagement strategies.