A majority of our focus on the advisory committee will be to shape the direction of DINA™, a digital nursing assistant, with clear evidence that supports optimal site of care placement and drives timely social and community-based interventions.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB)
April 11, 2017
Healthcare engagement company, PreparedHealth, announced today that The Bridge Model National Office (BMNO) has joined the company’s advisory board. The new partnership lays the groundwork for innovative advancements in transitional care, combining the power of technology and social work. Both organizations have approached healthcare in a way to combine both clinical and non-clinical data (i.e., social, behavioral) to provide personalized care as patients transition between acute and post-acute care settings.
“We are very impressed by PreparedHealth’s progressive vision for healthcare, technology, and results to-date. Their social network approach with enTouch™ is an instant value-add for community-based organizations with little-to-no means of technologically participating in the care transitions process. A majority of our focus on the advisory committee will be to shape the direction of DINA™, a digital nursing assistant, with clear evidence that supports optimal site of care placement and drives timely social and community-based interventions.” said Walter Rosenberg, Head of Quality Improvement at BMNO, as well as Assistant Director for Rush Health and Aging at Rush University Medical Center.
The Bridge Model has been replicated over 60 times, and BMNO offers training for optimizing care transitions to solve one of the biggest problems in healthcare today — reducing re-hospitalizations. Their social work-based model of…