Deciding early on to abandon any fixed notions of what his career would or should be, Dr. Holzer paved his career path a step at a time based on his previous experiences. Learn more about Dr. Holzer.
Engaging properly with patients requires the human touch, not just chatbots, holograms, or Alexa, healthcare expert Brian Holzer says. Read the keynote speech.
Patient engagement services using a trained nurse workforce in parts of post-acute care. Listen to the podcast.
Lacuna Health accelerates efforts to become a leading national provider of Chronic Care Management Services. Learn more about this acquisition.
The new partnership will give healthcare providers a turn-key RPM solution that aligns with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed reimbursement opportunities. Learn how.
The partnership enables CarePredict to leverage Lacuna Health's highly trained registered nurse (RN) led clinical staff to offer providers a suite of care management products. Learn more about this partnership.
A nationwide partnership combines Lacuna Health’s proven registered nurse-led care engagement solutions with CareLinx’s nationwide, tech-enabled caregiver marketplace. Learn more about this strategic partnership.
In this last few years, we are witnessing exceptional debate on artificial intelligence and its growing impact on healthcare. Will AI replace human care? Or will it change the course of healthcare world? Read the discussion on the future.
A subsidiary of Kindred Healthcare is expanding to help home health providers, skilled nursing facilities and other post-acute care providers deliver on promises of patient-centered care. See what Lacuna Health can do for you.
Nurse-led engagement solutions help improve providers’ core performance and patient outcomes through effective management of care transitions, placement options and post-discharge care – see how.
The University of Louisville Hospital – Comprehensive Stroke Center is piloting a new effort to provide follow-up care for stroke patients after they leave the hospital. UofL Hospital’s U Care is designed to support continued recovery for patients following their inpatient stay. Read about the program pilot.
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