Topics featured during the 2016 Home Care Summit include:
What’s next for PATIENT-AND FAMILY-CENTRED CARE?
- Patient play a key role in program development and implementation.
- Assessing caregiver readiness in care planning and delivery.
- Story telling as an important part of healing, education and moving forward.
- Responsive interventions that enable seniors to safety live and receive care in their own homes.
- Ways to ensure patients and their families can confidently answer “Am I Safe?” when receiving care in their homes.
What’s next for ACCESSIBLE CARE?
- A successful framework and process for ALC avoidance.
- Issues and opportunities for managing and reducing wait times.
- Innovative way to support seniors experiencing a mental health crisis.
- Emergency preparedness strategies and actions – the Fort McMurray experience.
- A seamless experience of support for the ALS patient in the community.
What’s next for INTEGRATED HOME CARE?
- Integrating paramedics in the delivery of home-based palliative care.
- An integrated model of public health, chronic disease and home care.
- Leadership competences that stimulate integrated care.
- Intensive case management to create partnerships and streamline services.
- Collaboratives that address the needs for individuals living with dementia.
What’s next for ACCOUNTABLE CARE?
- A unique approach to capturing patient experience.
- A Personal Support Algorithm to support frontline decision-making.
- How users of the RAI-HC assessment can easily access their quality indicator results.
- Telehealth data and analytics that inform care planning and delivery.
- The clinical value of interRAI interoperability to support continuity of care.
What’s next for SUSTAINABLE CARE?
- Purpose-driven organisations create and measure community shared value.
- e-integrated care plans are an emerging model of care.
- Ontario implements 10 fundamental action steps to strengthen home and community care.
- Innovative and fiscally-sustainable models of care for patients with complex respiratory needs.
- Technology in the home addresses the needs of caregivers providing care for individuals living with dementia.
What's next for EVIDENCE-INFORMED CARE?
- Best practices inform nursing order sets in home care.
- An electronic documentation system supports clinical decision-making and monitoring of patient goals.
- Effective, evidence-informed strategies improve chronic disease management and reduce ED visits in home care patients.
- Unique health and social needs of First Nations and Inuit populations living on-reserve are understood.
- An evidence-informed process to add new innovative products to a home care formulary.
Don’t miss this opportunity to listen, learn and stimulate new approaches to ‘what’s next’.
Join us in Vancouver and come with an open mind.