National Care Transitions Awareness
National Care Transitions Awareness
April 16, 2019
NCTAW

2019 National Care Transitions Awareness (NCTA) Day April 16, 2019

NCTA 2019 was a great success! We look forward to engaging with you in the future.

The annual National Care Transitions Awareness Day helped to increase awareness and action in the beneficiary and provider communities of the importance of safe and effective care transitions between all care settings.

The NCTA Day featured activities that expand awareness and action about the role of community partners, with a focus on providers, payers, and other business entities. The NCTA Day featured leaders and innovators in health care as well as engaging and interactive speaker sessions throughout the day.

Agenda
The final summit agenda is now available.
Please click here to open a PDF of the final agenda.
Speaker Bios
The speaker bios are now available.
Please click here to open a PDF of the speaker bios.
For registration assistance and information, please contact: abc@def.org

                 

National Care Transitions Awareness Videos

Video 1: National Care Transitions Awareness - CMS Leadership Perspective
CMS is focused on the beneficiary experience, and care transition is a key element of ensuring a successful road to wellness. Putting patients first starts with informing beneficiaries and their families, guiding their journey through recovery and incorporating the patient voice throughout the process of providing health care. These leaders are committed to improving care transitions.

Video 2: National Care Transitions Awareness - Beneficiary Experiences
Injuries, sudden illnesses, complications – transitioning care means having to expect the unexpected. Navigating health care requires a partnership: practitioners and caregivers anticipating patients’ needs and preparing them accordingly, and patients being informed and proactive consumers of health care services. These beneficiaries' experiences highlight how these partnerships are improving lives.

Video 3: National Care Transitions Awareness - CMS Partners and QIO Program Collage
Health care has changed, and providers have had to change too. It takes a village to facilitate care transitions, and caregivers are evolving to help beneficiaries navigate the process of recovering and staying well. These stories, submitted by CMS partner organizations, underscore the importance of implementing measures to improve care transition.

NCTAW Video Series

Resources

A Guide to Care Transitions: Navigating a Complex System – A summary of examples of exemplary and scalable care transition practices that can be adapted to improve care transitions within your organization or community.
Effective Care Transitions, Improve Cost Savings Graphic and Fact Sheet – A summary highlighting the value of providing quality care transitions.
Slides and Materials Click here to access 2019 NCTA Day Summit Slides and materials.

Become Engaged with Us!

This awareness day provides an opportunity for CMS to actively listen to each stakeholder group and take action based on stakeholder input. This will be accomplished through engaging stakeholders in discussions around innovative strategies, best practices, and providing information on flexibility to adapt these into their local settings and individual care plans.

The key stakeholder groups include:

  • Individuals, care givers, and their advocates
  • Healthcare systems
  • Community Partners
  • Payers and Other Business Entities

We want to hear from you! Please join the conversation and share your stories and experiences with us. Ways to engage include:

Tweet - Share your activities and experiences and stay connected by tweeting and following #CMSNCTA19.

Share Your Success Stories - Email us to share how you have improved care transitions within your organization and communities. CareTransitionsAffinityGroup@cms.hhs.gov

Contact Us

For registration assistance and information, please contact: CareTransitionsAffinityGroup@cms.hhs.gov

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