Improving Rural Patient Care and Coordination Through Technology

60 million Americans depend on rural healthcare facilities for primary and emergency care. Keeping primary care local financially supports our at-risk rural hospitals with ancillary services and referrals. Taking time to build a preferred network of quality providers will help resolve the out migration issue facing rural communities and strengthen the care coordination between your patients and your community. Attendees will learn:

  • How building a preferred network of local providers will decrease out migration
  • Through technology, hospital staff can help prevent readmissions with care coordination
  • How to improve patient outcomes