Care Logistics Presenting at the Conference of Metropolitan & Regional Hospital Associations Annual Meeting

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Company sharing breakthrough approaches to patient-first, zero-defect care with industry leaders

Care Logistics announced that it was invited to speak and will be participating in the Conference of Metropolitan & Regional Hospital Associations Annual Meeting in Amelia Island, Fla., from Dec. 2-4. The event is designed to share and exchange ideas with various hospital associations and industry leaders throughout the country.

“We’re pleased to have this opportunity to discuss innovations in care delivery with distinguished hospital association leaders,” said Ben Sawyer, executive vice president for Care Logistics.

Sawyer said the Care Logistics team looks forward to sharing its “production model” approach for improving care quality and efficiency, patient experience, and cost reduction, all keys to building a foundation for success in value-based care. The conference also includes the following sessions:

  •     A New Model for Hospital Credentialing, Enrollment and Provider Directory Management
  •     Creating a Partnership for Innovation
  •     Implementing Revenue Recovery Solutions
  •     From Health Counsil to The Health Collaborative
  •     Dealing with Closure of a Federally Backed Health Insurer
  •     Addressing Post-Acute Care Coordination

About Care Logistics: Care Logistics partners with hospitals to establish a patient-first, zero-defect “production system” for care. This inspiring new approach transforms hospital operations, powered by culture change, a hub-and-spoke care model, and logistics software. The results: Efficient, predictable and reliable care that dramatically improves every metric that matters to hospitals—care quality, patient throughput and experience, length of stay, and financial performance

About Conference of Metropolitan & Regional Hospital Associations: The essential role of Conference of Metropolitan & Regional Hospital Associations (CMHA) is to serve as an “idea exchange” for various hospital associations throughout the country. To learn more about CMHA, please click the following link:

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