Medical Respite

Building Relationships with Hospitals

Hospitals are an important partner for medical respite care programs, yet sometimes these relationships can be challenging to establish. Understanding the goals and structure of hospitals can help programs establish a positive relationship. Attendees for this webinar will learn about the current landscape for America’s Essential Hospitals and challenges they are facing in a post-pandemic […]

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MRC – The Role of Community Health Workers, Case Managers, and Peers

Case managers, community health workers (CHWs), and peers are often the primary staff responsible for care coordination and implementation of care plans in medical respite. Beyond this, they build relationships and safety for medical respite care clients. This course provides an overview of each role within the medical respite program and recommended best and promising

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MRC – Relationships with Managed Care Organizations

Medicaid and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) have demonstrated increased interest in partnering and funding medical respite care programs. Navigating this process can be complex and challenging, and this course provides an initial overview of Medicaid and how medical respite programs can approach partnerships with MCOs. This course is 60 minutes in length. If you are

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MRC – Relationships with Hospitals

Hospitals are often one of the key partners for medical respite care programs. This course addresses how medical respite care programs can develop and maintain relationships with hospitals to for ongoing partnership and support. This course is 60 minutes in length. If you are logged in, all of your progress will be saved if you

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