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February 2011



Dorland Health Care Coordination Summit

March 8, 2011 | Las Vegas, NV

Save $100 – Register by Feb. 15

As you know from your day-to-day work in patient care, change is the theme of the day in healthcare right now. From new reimbursement strategies to delivery system initiatives that are focusing on quality, we are seeing changing roles, new protocols in care management, and shifts in responsibilities.


Today's emerging trends present a unique opportunity for you to improve outcomes, reduce costs, improve patient care, smooth transitions, and boost your organization's bottom line.


Dorland Health is please to invite you and your team to the Care Coordination Summit where you can hear from leaders in healthcare who are implementing and testing new protocols in care management.


At the Summit, you will learn:


  • Strategies to capitalize on advancements in health IT and streamline care coordination and communication.
  • Emerging models and information that assists members of the care coordination team to improve quality while containing healthcare costs.
  • Models of care that are truly revolutionizing the care management arena.
  • Industry-leading techniques to optimize transitions of care.
  • New models of care based on prevention-based practice in order to lower healthcare costs.
  • Best practices in varying models of care coordination and know how to implement them to improve outcomes.

Our morning keynote Presentation by Dr. Jerry Reeves, director of the Center for Health Value Innovation, explores the avant-garde interventions that are driving effectiveness, and our luncheon keynote by Dr. Eric Rackow, president of SeniorBridge, focuses a compelling presentation on the evolution in senior healthcare.


Questions: contact Hope Kabik at hkabik@accessintel.com.

About Dorland Health:

Dorland Health, an Access Intelligence, LLC Company, is a leading integrated media publisher in the health care business information industry. Dorland Health publishes Case In Point, Case In Point Weekly, Senior Services Report, Patient Advocate Report, a suite of industry-specific resource directories, industry webinars, award programs, special reports, and offers continuing education. publishes Case In Point, Case In Point Weekly, Senior Services Report, Patient Advocate Report, a suite of industry-specific resource directories, industry webinars, award programs, special reports, and offers continuing education.



Case Management Resource Guide


Healthcare professionals often state that the Case Management Resource Guide provides an easy to use source for locating providers locally, regionally and nationally — even with their own list of contracted providers and vendors. So that you have the most up to date edition of the case manager’s true reference, I wanted to let you know that the 2011 version is now available. It has been updated to reflect the most current information and the newest resources available to you and your patients. Several new categories and 20,000 new listings were added to this most recent edition of the Guide. To order please go to http://store.dorlandhealth.com/Case-Management-Resource-Guide/ Be sure if you are a member of NCCDP to get your NCCDP discount when ordering you Case Management Resource Guide by going to NCCDP.org.


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