Supplemental materials for INSPIREd Healthcare: A Value-Based Care Coordination Model
- Allard, Billie Lynn
Billie Lynn Allard, MS, RN, FAAN, is the Administrative Director of Population Health and Transitions of Care at Southwestern Vermont Health Care, a four-time ANCC Magnet-designated health system. During her 35-year career, Allard has been an innovative, visionary leader in community hospital settings—inspiring nurses to achieve their potential, implementing evidence- based practice, transforming care delivery, and improving patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes.
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These supplemental materials from INSPIREd Healthcare include Chapter 3, "Laying the Groundwork for a Transitional Care Nurse Program," and a Facilitator's Guide, among other items. More about the book:
In today’s environment where healthcare costs are outpacing the economy, healthcare systems are shifting from fee-for-service to value-based payment to deliver high-quality care while reducing costs. This shift presents nurses with the opportunity to take the lead in transforming care delivery and achieve the Triple Aim goals: improving patient experience of care, improving health of populations, and reducing per capita healthcare costs.
INSPIREd Healthcare follows author Billie Lynn Allard and her team of nurses as they successfully implement an accountable community of health in pursuit of the Triple Aim. The INSPIRE Model they follow provides an evidence-based blueprint for other healthcare systems hoping to solve the complicated problems surrounding care transitions and health promotion.
Through case studies, anecdotes, and step-by-step summaries, INSPIREd Healthcare examines:
- The seven-step INSPIRE Population Health Strategy Model
- The role of nurses and other clinical disciplines functioning at height of licensure to improve patient outcomes
- Practical solutions and lessons learned in engaging partners across care continuum
- Creation of community networks and care teams to achieve results
- Application of the model to pediatrics, mental health and addiction, pulmonary rehabilitation, diabetes management, and other services
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|Publisher||Date||Version||Citation||Sigma Theta Tau International||2020||Publisher's Version||Allard, B. L. (2020). INSPIREd healthcare: A value-based care coordination model. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10755/18280|
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