As senior care providers increasingly encounter higher patient acuity, worker shortages and the changing economics of accountable value-based care, innovations are providing new tools and methods of increasing quality and efficiency while better meeting internal and external expectations. Demonstrating wound care excellence most importantly drives improved care outcomes and enhances the patient and family experience. It also increases the transparency and accuracy of clinical reporting to payers and healthcare partners which can improve census as competition for patient referrals grows.
Join Aging2.0 for this 45-minute webinar and learn how long-term care providers can leverage wound management technology to:
- Increase quality, measurement & tracking of clinical outcomes over time
- Increase case mix
- Enhance revenues by increasing referrals and census
- Aging2.0 welcome & speaker introductions
- Presentation by Wound Rounds & Acadia (30 minutes)
- Q&A (10 minutes)
Brian Hensgens is the administrator of Acadia St. Landry Guest Home, a family owned and operated four-star nursing home in Church Point, Louisiana which provides nursing care, physical therapy and other related services. He has over 18 years’ experience in the long term care industry, including serving as administrator for several independently-owned skilled nursing facilities as well as with Sun Healthcare and Tutera Senior Living. Brian has served as the Vice President of the Louisiana Nursing Home Association for the past 8 years and the Independent Owners’ Council of the American Health Care Assocation (AHCA) for 4 years.
Cory Fosco is the Vice President of Sales at WoundRounds, the wound management and risk prevention solution from Telemedicine Solutions. His business development background spans over 20 years in the long term care industry with healthcare IT companies providing software solutions. Cory’s previous experience includes CareTracker ADL solution by Resource Systems (acquired by Cerner) and ECIN (acquired by Allscripts). He holds a B.A. degree from Loyola University and M.A. from Northwestern University.
Scott Peifer, Vice President, Alliance Development, Aging2.0